I haven't read very much Wolfi, but I dipped into one of his essays the other week - 'Desire Armed: Anarchy and the Creative Impulse", which I think might have some relevance here, particularly in relation to 'being robbed of your creative capacity and what anok mentioned regarding the distinction between creating your life as you see fit in a civilized, conscious way, and creating it in a wild, embracing-rather-than-defying kind of way.
The argument I perceived was that the creative impulse, in a broad sense of that term, is the tangible expression in our lives of actual desires:
"Desire, in its vital, healthy, fully living form is nothing more nor less than the creative impulse, which realizes itself through the practical application of imagination to one’s life and one’s world."
I think we can reasonably infer from this that creating your life as you see fit is expressing your desires by living them, because living our desires is a fundamentally creative process (maybe even the crux of creative processes in general).
Another way of looking at it could be that if we express real desires (as opposed to ghosts of desire - more on that in a sec), our lives are created as we see fit - they are the sum of our creative impulses, which are the translation or enaction of our desires (those that are real desires).
As it stands, what I've said sounds pretty insubstantial, but when related to individuals being robbed of their creative capacity, and anok's point about amor fati and creating your own life in a more wild sense, it becomes more meaningful:
In the essay I mentioned earlier Wolfi quotes William Blake's phrase 'ghosts of desire' to describe what is commonly meant by 'desire' in everyday language: "a mere longing for some external object that one lacks", which he argues is an economic conception of desire based on scarcity, a general sense of lack that can be "easily channeled...in the interest of whatever powers have the strength to harness this lack".
When you contrast that to "desire in it's vital, healthy, fully living form", creating your life as you see fit could mean the embracing of your own authentic desires, which when lived are creative, as opposed to constructing your life in an overly-rationalized, civilized way by figuring out what you lack and then acquiring it, which superficially could look like creating your life as you see fit.
Here's a link to the essay if you haven't read it and would like to: http://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/Wolfi_Landstreicher__Desire_Armed.html