In some old movies, there’s an intermission break, a feature I absolutely love. There are many times when I need an intermission: in the middle of work, a long movie, a difficult season, or a hard conversation. Intermissions are such helpful moments for people like me who need to take time to process before moving to the next thing. I need to get up and stretch my legs or let my imagination wander for a few moments before I get back to whatever I was doing before I took my little break.
For the past few months, I’ve been working and writing like crazy leading up to the A Proverb A Day launch and, while I’m happy, satisfied, and overwhelmingly grateful, I’m exhausted. The truth is that I need a brief intermission to recharge and rest. This is something that, for an overachiever like me, is difficult to admit and even harder to follow up on.
So, instead of pushing out content at the expense of my own sanity, I’m going to take a break for a couple weeks. I’ll repost old blogs that have been on my mind lately that will hopefully encourage and challenge you as they have for me. I’ll share posts that have been sitting in the depths of my drafts that I’ve been waiting for the perfect time to unveil. Then I’ll be back at the end of the month with a brand new series to kick off in April.
And, if you need more of my writing in the meantime, go ahead and check out A Proverb A Day, for 40-days of encouragement, questions, and opportunity for introspection.
See you back in a couple weeks!
Do you like intermissions?
How can you incorporate intermissions into your daily life?
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