Latest Creative Journey Blog Posts

  • Interesting peak into how LEGO plans to continue building for the adult market. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW!  It’s not a secret that LEGO is not just for kids. Adults and even seniors all around the world build LEGO sets with their kids and grandkids, as well as themselves. For

  • For sure! I have reconnected to my childhood through LEGO, and I like it. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Adults have become a growing market for the world’s favorite toy. Here’s why Lego, the world’s largest and most profitable toy maker, has been a childhood staple for over 80 years.

  • From my first set of LEGO bricks, I have never fully put them away for good. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Admitting you’re an adult that plays with Lego is no longer the shameful revelation it would have been a decade ago, even if it’s not necessarily the sort of

  • What terrible advice! By giving up play as a childhood pursuit, adults in society have lost something important. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! “When I became a man, I put away childish things,” Paul told the Corinthians. Two thousand years on, many grownups are getting them out again. The adult

  • Building with LEGO might relieve stress, make you happy, or be just plain fun. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Lego, the world’s largest and most profitable toymaker, is zeroing in on a growing demographic: stressed-out adults. The 87-year-old Danish company increasingly bills its brightly colored bricks as a way to

  • The importance of play cannot be understated and is applicable to everyone, children and adults alike. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Lego Makes a Hundred Billion Bricks a Year. CEO Niels Christiansen on Why They’re Now More Important Than Ever. Christiansen, 54 and an engineer by training, recently joined TIME

  • This article makes a good case for paying attention to 'play-time' in modern adult life. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Surprise! The opposite of play is not work. In fact, work and play can be more similar than we think. We can—and many do—work playfully. And we can—and do—often play

  • When did it happen that we care so much about what others think? Kids don't. And they seem happier for it. Maybe there is something to the idea of making time for play. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Society expects adults to show a certain amount of maturity and responsibility,

  • It is interesting to think that stress-busters are easily remembered by taking a walk down memory lane. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! It is well-known that, as a nation, our stress levels are going through the roof. A third of UK employees are heading to work battling with anxiety and/or depression,

  • It seems like a simple solution to fighting modern day stress - go back to simpler times, even if it is just for a short stint. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Evolutionary biologist and animal behavioral specialist Marc Bekoff, PhD, once said that “play is training for the unexpected.” And

  • I wish I had figured out how important play was for being a healthy adult when my children were still young. Don't get me wrong, better late than never. But still, I can't help but wonder if I would have been a better parent, had I realized the power of

  • Don't overthink it. While play is a mindset as much as an activity, use that to your advantage. Incorporate some playtime and a playful attitude everywhere in your typical day. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Fun and play shouldn’t end with childhood. You’re an adult now, and the time for playing

  • My bike was joyful freedom. I could pedal to far off destinations, both literally and in my imagination. The trick is to re-create this experience as an adult. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Remember making mud pies as a kid? Think of how squishy the wet soil felt between your hands, and

  • While I was growing up, I only wanted to be an adult. Being so focused on the next thing, has downsides. Now I yearn for playtime. Enjoy this DailyFind, love from CW! Kids think adults have it easy. That they have all the power, all the fun. But actually, adulting is