Last week I went on vacation and my writing slump felt like it was coming to an end. Then I realized that maybe I hadn’t been paying enough attention to myself. Maybe I was neglecting what my body and mind needs. Suddenly, the school year was over and I was on a beach without a care in the world, enjoying the breeze, listening to my son’s laughter, my husband next to me, and inspiration hit. Sometimes we just need to take a breather and life becomes manageable yet again.
This year was supposed to be my YEAR of WRITING, but something happened. Life.
The truth is that I let life overwhelm me for a bit.
So in an attempt to help me put every worry in it’s place and remember what is really important in our short lives…here are my confessions:
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