Library Visit Creates Fount of Ideas
One surefire way to get into flow is a library visit. As a former secondary teacher, I recommend a stroll throughout the whole facility. There are good reasons for this suggestion. First, you can see the variety of subject matter. Next, a swing through the multi-media section shows the range of DVDs and CDs available, as well as the massive offerings of online e-books. Finally, take note of the services available at the local library. There is a wealth of learning available. Wonder what the top 10 most beautiful libraries are in the country? Look here: https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/articles/the-usa-s-10-most-beautiful-libraries/
Look at Books Without an Agenda
Start at the end of the library that you are least familiar. Look high and low for titles that pique your interest. Also, remember to stroll though the children’s section. See if any of the books you loved as a child are on the shelves. Look into the classes, meet-ups, and lectures available through the help-desk.
Take Time for the Extras
Take time to visit the used book store. Roam around the exterior space to see sculptures and fountains. A lunch hour spent at the library is refreshing! This is a three-part blog. Come back on Monday find out more ways you can grow your flow at your local library!
Here’s to growing your flow,