I asked #TeamEric member (and top-notch graphic designer) Andrew Tomko to create this for me. When the Germans were bombing the holy hell out of London during WWII, the British government put up posters all over the city that read "Keep calm and carry on." I'm sure you've seen it and other versions, but not everyone knows where the original comes from. Imagine: Going home from work every night not knowing whether it would be a pile of rubble with the remains of your family inside. But do you give up? Do you despair? No. You keep calm. You carry on. So I thought I'd try to channel some of that famous British fortitude. Thanks, Andrew.