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January 26, 2009

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Emily Hirai

I found this inspiring. I was very creative growing up in art and Japanese dance, but it's so easy to lose touch with that part of yourself when you start to pile on responsibilities. In particular, as a mom with a toddler plus working full time, it's really hard to find time. Lately, I think the best way to use my creativity is to channel it into things I need to get done. i.e. right now, working on making my son's room more fun. Also, just doing creative things with my son like art is fun for me too.

Kathy Sprinkle

Linked to you again! Not showing up in Trackback... not siure what I did wrong.

Anyway to review the accolades you have received this week I refer you to:
http://blisspot.blogspot.com/2010/01/become-creative-super-genius-in-just.html

and
http://blisspot.blogspot.com/2010/01/three-bliss-boosts-and-other-final.html

thanks again for the inspiration!

Kathy

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