Dating artsy guy
I think when someone’s creative, they’re creative in all facets of their life, not just writing or art or music or whatever their primary artistic passion may be.Personally, though I work as a writer (which takes plenty of creative effort, from words to word count), I’ve noticed that the creativity flows into other avenues of my life: the clothes I wear, the way my apartment is decorated, the types of parties I have (including the homemade invitations, food, and party favors), and so on.I’m sure you can relate to some of these examples, whether you’re the creative one or someone you know has the gene. Some people see a newspaper on the coffee table, others see a future piece of art (and will proceed to tear the newspaper up and mold it into something else).All that said, there are pros and cons to every situation, and dating a creative person has plenty of both. Yes, oftentimes, whether your significant other is writing a book or a song, they'll need your napkin/receipt/hand to write down the line or lyric they'll forget if they don't. )They will suggest your significant other writes about anything and everything, whether it’s about them or something they said, from the mundane to the intriguing.
Even if I cannot host a party at my place, I ask a friend if I can use theirs and then come up with an idea. Birthday or not, theme parties are great reasons to get people together and have fun in costume (or at least in a pink wig).
Here are a few of them: Whether you need to think of a clever gift for someone (like a clock made from an old Scrabble board for your Scrabble-loving mother) or need help rewriting a sentence or two in your cover letter, creative people can help. They believe everything is material and they will turn into your personal publicist or agent.
Their ideas range from, “This one time, I changed a flat tire. ” to better ones, like a random acquaintance who suggested I write about my experience writing people's online dating profiles.
(It doesn't mean they love you any less.)I know plenty of people who live by the "opposites attract" mantra and their relationships and friendships are healthy and great.
However, I know others (like me), who prefer that their partners be on par with them, creatively speaking, or at least have sparks of out-of-the-box ideas sometimes.