Defending the Daydreamer

It’s been a while (and isn’t that an understatement??) since I posted anything here. Maybe I’ve been too busy procrastinating to write about what I’m using to procrastinate. I don’t know. Maybe I just have nothing much to say unless I’m talking back to the TV, instructing business owners that I am not likely to buy anything based on their 6 year-old’s advice, no matter how cute the kid is, and especially not something big like a car; or trying to force annoying cooking show hosts to stop talking with their mouths full through the sheer force of my awesome mind power; or … well, you know. I could go on and on, but I think you get the gist.

Today, I came across an article on things highly creative people do differently from the rest of the world. It’s interesting if you already know you’re a highly creative person, but it may rise to a whole different level if you don’t realize how creative you are and wonder what’s wrong with you. And what if your family and friends (non-creative types) have spent years impressing the fact that you’re not right upon you? This article might just save someone’s sanity. (Click the link in the first line of this paragraph to read it.)

And so, for that reason, I had to stop not only procrastinating by skimming around Facebook, but further stop working on the book I’m supposed to be revising, which is what I was doing before I began procrastinating in earnest, to share this article with all of you. It might not just save your sanity, it might save your life.

You’re welcome!  

photo credit: h.koppdelaney via photopin cc

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