Well, today’s post is super-short because I’m sitting here at home with three sick little kiddos.  I’m dabbling in being sick myself, so we’re all trying to take it easy today.

I thought I’d spread some inspiration I found delightful from Seth Godin’s blog/newsletter today regarding the free ebook, What Matters Now (sidenote: I’m a huge Seth Godin fan!  Have you read Tribes?  So fabulous!  And his blog is a must-subscribe-to blog).  It’s a MUST to download and read.  I don’t know about you, but I’ve been in-and-out of winter funks right now, so this ebook was the perfect pick-me-up!

Here’s one of my favorite tidbits from the What Matters Now ebook:

ignore-everybodyHugh Macleod, author of Ignore Everybody.  Sidenote: I just bought the book on Amazon.  Loved this exerpt: “Ever­yone is born crea­tive; ever­yone is given a box of cra­yons in kindergarten.  Then when you hit puberty they take the cra­yons away and replace them with books on alge­bra etc. Being sud­denly hit years later with the crea­tive bug is just a wee voice telling you, “I’d like my cra­yons back, please.”