There’s so Little Time – a Hard Truth

This wasn’t the blog post I had planned to write today. But even with all my planning, sometimes I’m just taken over to do something different.

I’ve been thinking about this a lot over the last 10 months. The hiatus I took in May give me even more time to think about time and what we are all doing with it.

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How to get more bookshelf space

Every avid book lover knows the frustration of running out of bookshelf space. I am no different. Also, since I love me some paperbacks using a kindle to solve this problem just isn’t the answer for me.

So here’s how I gave myself more space.

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What changes I have made thanks to my Hiatus

I’m back! And with a new look to my blog, I hope you like it 🙂

I did miss being on this blog and on my little pieces of the internet, but I am so glad I took this hiatus. It truly cleared my head, helped me resettle and gave me some insights into destructive behaviour patterns I’d started to form.

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See you in a Month!

For those who missed it, I recently wrote a post about how I need a break to focus on my health and wellbeing. So I’m taking a month-long hiatus throughout May.

There will still be some posts appearing on my blog, these will be my guest posts on Wednesdays. All these posts are scheduled so I really am taking a break.

All comments after today will be responded to in June when I’m back.

A Revelation & An Announcement

If you’ve been visiting this blog over the last few weeks, you’ll see I’ve been wrestling with some issues. Things in my life has been getting overwhelming and I had been focusing too much on what I consider “busy work”.

Normally in this situation, I do a reset and things get back on track. However, not this time. Because technically, this time was different in many ways.

Why I Really Need to do a Life Audit

Okay, so last Friday I talked about doing a reset. That’s where you clear your metaphorical chessboard and start again.

I’ve heard from several writer friends both in the comments and in email, how they are starting to feel overwhelmed, bogged down and generally not in a great place. So, it definitely seems like I’m not the only one feeling it

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