Since the Mom 2.0 Summit, my body has been acting suspiciously like it wants to catch a cold. I've been downing Emergen-C in my orange juice like candy, but I don't think it's going to work. The good news is that as a result, it's unlikely I'll be at risk for scurvy anytime soon, so, you know, bonus!
One of the highlights of this past weekend was getting to listen to Gretchen Rubin speak. A former attorney, she said one particular thing that resonated with me, for obvious reasons: "I realized I'd rather fail as a writer than succeed as a lawyer." Amen, sister. I immediately bought her book, The Happiness Project. I can't wait to tuck in.
Yesterday, I went to my mail box, and found The Handmade Marketplace: How to Sell Your Crafts Locally, Globally and Online waiting for me. I had forgotten that I had actually been one of the people the author interviewed for this book! I've scanned through it, and it actually looks like an AMAZING read if you're artistic or crafty and have ever even considered opening up an Etsy store, or otherwise making money with your art online. I haven't read it from beginning to end yet, but so far, I'd strongly recommend getting it if you are.
Also, I'm unreasonably excited about my life list. I've even begun with some of it here. And I have a couple of ideas for a few other items on it that I think some of you might be able to help me with. More on this very soon.