How do you find your muse?

Scott Berkun asked on THE DAILY POST:

How do you find your muse?

When you sit down to blog,

or have a creative project of any kind you need to work on,

how do you get yourself motivated to do it?

What are your rituals or habits?

via How do you find your muse? | The Daily Post at


Sitting in my favorite living room, very early in the morning, 5-7, typing in some tags, watching what ZEMANTA search-machine discovers, reading, comparing, thinking, writing. And it is quiet. And my cat is watching me friendly, sitting by my side, purring.

Strike Cat =^..^=
Cat =^..^= by Frizztext, on Flickr

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

7 responses to “How do you find your muse?

  1. I love yur cat… shes so cute 🙂


  2. I find my muse sometimes in the late evening and sometimes in the early morning on one of my pc_s working with photoshop

    my digital pictures are not the end of a process
    they are like a sketch for me and they are created now on my pc with my heart and brain
    now sometimes i try make a treatment on a famous painting of a well known artist to give the work new touch

    by this way, i have 4 black cats but they are slepping or hunting a mouse in the time i find my muse

    :-)) wolfgang


  3. Sounds like perfect musing to me, especially having your cat watch you – a very good looking cat at that!


  4. Cracka of a photo & I am not even a cat person.


  5. OMG You should do a feature on your four cats. Love it! That cat is fearless… and a top model. 🙂


  6. How cute! And nostalgic feel


  7. I can feel the early morning atmosphere in your post…


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