CraftSanity Episode 2: Get Inspired by Project Master Jeffrey Yamaguchi
On this episode you'll meet Jeffrey Yamaguchi, a 35-year-old writer, website publisher and author of the inspiring book, "52 Projects: Random Acts of Everyday Creativity." Tune in to hear his thoughts about how creative endeavers have enriched his life and find out how a side project could improve yours.

Prepare to be inspired. "52 Projects" is an wonderful book jammed with great ideas to get those creative juices flowing. Whether you're a artist, writer, crafter, or none of the above, there's something for everyone inside this 176-page book. Jeffrey helps readers reflect on the richness of life by encouraging them to document those fleeting moments that, without the aid of photographs or journal entries, tend to fade out in our memories. The project suggestions are intended to be adapted and changed by each reader like fifty-two jumping off points to get the wheels turning in our heads.

Want a free copy of "52 Projects"? Email me at with a photo of a project you are working on, and I'll post it online. One of the lucky contributors will get a copy of the book. Deadline is noon Eastern time on Sunday, Feb. 5.

To learn more about Jeffrey's book and his many other projects check out his 52 Projects site. To submit your own project idea and read those submitted by other creative people click here. For sage advice on how to promote your own project check out his Bookmouth site.

To read his collection of funny stories submitted from working Joes and Janes from all over the country and click here. He'll even help you strategically plan for more project time with his useful 2006 Sick Day Calendar.

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To read his essay about the "Wiener Mobile" printed on his T-shirt, click on the photo below.


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