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Finding Inspiration: What Do You Do When You’re Uninspired?

Searching for a job is almost inevitably stressful, but it can also be mentally draining: worrying about how you’ll pay the rent or whether the wording on your resume will make you more attractive to an employer also has a way of leaving you feeling uncreative. The advice from this week’s Summer School experts was about how to stay active and engaged in the world even when you’re not getting a paycheck.


So what do you do when your creative batteries need recharging?

Take the poll, then find out what other Big Think readers are saying. Tell us: what is your favorite creative activity? Do you disagree with all of these options? Want to share a completely different bit of career wisdom? Have at it in the comments thread below…


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