Taking a short time out

Hello everyone.

I have been struggling with words lately.

A fog seems to have descended on my brain and I’ve been frustrated with the slow churn of ideas.

This is me a couple of days ago — sitting under a tree watching the world go by. After struggling with the blinking cursor on my computer screen for hours, I was hoping to rest and just be.

It helped. I felt refreshed enough to write some copy after I went back to my laptop.

Unfortunately, it’s getting hard to post regularly on Nomad. So I’m going to take a short break, until this strange funk lifts.

Thank you so much for your care and interest in this little corner of the internet. I have been so encouraged by your comments and kindness.

I will be back. I promise. I just think I need a longer rest under a tree.

13 thoughts on “Taking a short time out

  1. Disconnect and relax…nothing better I find to get the creative juices flowing again. I’m on hiatus from blogging for awhile, myself. I look forward to future posts!

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  2. Have a restorative break, Aggie. Enjoy lots of outdoor time and may the world around you recapture your imagination which will find their way into words. See you when you return!

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  3. Sometimes the mind just aches to be still. Give it this rest, as long as it wants/needs. You’re words will come back more powerfully, and we will all still be here when you get back. Take care of yourself!

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