When you were a kid did you ever jump on the furniture to keep from falling in lava? Did you stare at the clouds and imagine what shape they would turn into? When we were kids, imagination was second nature to us. Creativity was unlimited, I remember making up songs and drawing photos of whatever came to my mind. Unfortunately as you get older, its easy to lose that inner kid.. that special spark of imagination. These days having imagination is still important but not as easy to obtain. Fictional writers need stories, photographers need creative vision, artists need imagination to fill their heads with ideas.
When I was a kid, one of my favorite things was to play video games. I was an avid gamer. That is one thing that hasn’t changed about me. I still LOVE to play games! Especially ones that are cartoon related like the Disneyland one I’ve been playing recently, and here is why..
- There are a lot of things in this world that are stressful, I like to handle stress in a healthy way and playing games is a great way to unwind!
- Along with stress… sometimes you just need to get away for a while but you don’t have to money for a vacay right now, this is a way for you to be in a different world and trust me, you wont be thinking about what happened at work while playing games! I know I don’t.
- IT GIVES ME INSPIRATION – as a blogger and content creator, this is such a big one for me! Will these games give me photo ideas directly? ehh im not sure, but what it does do is prepare my mind to think creatively and get my imagination going. I always feel super pumped about work after spending a little bit playing games!
In case you want to check out what system I use I will link it below! The Xbox One S is All Digital, meaning you don’t have any discs to mess around with or loose or scratch up. It is all right there in that system for you which is one of the reasons why I love this system!
Here is the link for the Xbox One S All Digital
I hope you enjoy it and gain some imagination!
*This is a sponsored post in partnership with Xbox and the InfluenceHer Collective.All words and opinions are my own*