Free Creative Resources

Is quarantine giving you a hard time? You are not the only one; I noticed it is starting to be challenging for me too.
It is getting harder to wake up and get excited for the day, and excitement is crucial for creativity, productivity, self-discipline, you name it.

However, as we are dealing with this virus, we become aware of how important it is to try new things daily. Creativity happens when you learn or try something new every day. Let’s admit it; we are beyond privileged; in time of pandemic, we have access to so many resources. No excuses, really!

This month I am planning to do a series on creativity, and I want to start by sharing with you some FREE Creative Resources.

Free Creative Resources

Free Courses and e-books:

Learn SEO with MOZ. Until the 31st of May, you’ll get free access to their courses when you add the promo code wegotthis.

Join a free writing challenge and create a habit of writing. This writing challenge will keep you accountable.

Learn to use Canva: This site offers a free Course on how to create graphics for your blog or social media pages.

Learn to take better food Photos: Free Food Photography course.

Get my tips on how to have better travel photos and a free Lightroom preset.

Get two months of free premium access to SkillShare. (I am currently taking a How to Draw Cartoon Caricature Class lol)

Free Creative Resources:


Katie Jobling – a young artist who shares painting videos. You should give it a try and watch her videos, even if you are like me, anti-talent when it comes to painting. Her videos are beyond relaxing.

A bit more advanced, Circle Line Art School is an amazing resource for those who want to learn to draw. The channel is founded by Tom McPherson, whose mission is to inspire people to be more creative.

Looking to be transported in a magical dimension? Bella Kotak is a photographer and Instagrammer, but you can follow the behind the scenes of shooting and editing on youtube.

Peter McKinnon has a binge-worthy youtube channel that features photography and videography related topics. 

Do you want to improve your singing? No problem! Superior Singing has got your back, from lessons on how to improve your vocal range to singing exercises.

Any creative resources you enjoy these days?

Do share!

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5 responses to “Free Creative Resources”

  1. This was very helpful to me. I’ve already been using Moz, but Canvas sounds great and I might try some of the others too.


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