Breaking the Silence…!

*takes an apprehensive look at ye*


HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! πŸ™‚ I hope you sent away 2017 in style and welcomed 2018 with open arms, minus or plus a hangover today- I bet it was worth it! πŸ˜‰

There’s been a ‘radio-silence’ here for a while so I wrote the below as my explanation… but it probably is somewhat miserable so proceed with caution or stop here, close this post without any guilt and I’m sure I’ll talk to you under one of your posts any day soon! πŸ˜‰

It’s been a while, it has. I don’t know if it’s the time of year with days off throwing the balance and routine into a complete whirlwind or if I am just in a complete system shut-down. Actually, I am not going to lie- everything feels like a bit of a chore lately… so much so, I dream of either being a 75-year-old, a rich one, with my feet up in a Spanish townhouse or… you know… six feet under. 2016 and 2017 quite honestly have sucked the juice out of me and I am so ready to throw in the towel with everything…


I am not here for pity, so don’t ya dare dishing it out. πŸ˜€ I think admitting the burnout to myself is the only way to make changes. And I hate admitting defeat… I am not usually one for new year’s resolutions. Not at all… I do burn the candle at both ends, knowingly, as much as I can because fuck it, this is the one ride I get so I might as well go all out. I guess, having this kind of thinking is to blame for being down and out… What I am planning to change though is something I will probably find harder than quitting the roundabout way of killing myself and that is time management.

I have been recklessΒ an idiot by mismanaging my time in between my professional and personal life. A total dweeb, if I do say so myself. I have only recently realized how much of an effect the imbalance has had on my life… When it comes to the professional side of things, then- Yes, everything that can be changed has been addressed, noted and next steps taken. There are some areas still which will need personal diligence to keep myself on track. As for personal side- man, I need to learn to wind down! Anyone got any ideas on how to do that without beer? πŸ˜€ Actually, nevermind, I love beer! And sure, exercise and yoga and meditation… But how does one truly switch off once you clock out? Is it even possible?

Books have been the only thing keeping me somewhat sane… Reading has been something of a show of defiance that I still have MY time… But life is so much more than grinding away in the professional system and reading. Other things need to happen in life… experiences, moving ahead into the future, planning… making sure there is a future to move into to… Time, however, feels like a pit of quicksand at the moment… I feel like a squirrel in a wheel, the carrot dangling outside of the wheel…

So… this year I will manage my time better! I will no longer say yes to every lunch conference call and instead spend my lunch hour as a deserved break, preferably not while sitting behind a freaking PC. I will no longer say yes to every plea of help and assistance, and I will no more work longer than I absolutely have to… I have a home- a home I want to improve. A home where I want to feel good and comfy, not a place where I come to just to feel crap about myself for being constantly tired with the amount of housework piling up, making me feel even worse. I no longer want to fall asleep and wake up only thinking about the day’s to-do list with a mighty dread… just. no. And I’m not saying I don’t want the to-do list at all- that would be utopia and a pointless life… I just wish the to-do list didn’t have to be a fucking Mt Everest every day. It’s absolutely exhausting! So, in a way- I can probably only blame myself again.. for putting myself into a position way over my head? I don’t know…

I had so many dreams and plans, one of these being self-educating myself in a number of areas and, currently, if I think about having to sit down and go through those plans, it makes me want to cry! I can’t imagine it possible. And, yet, I still want those things… I want to study! I want to spend a couple of hours a week to wreck my brain in coding, in the literary world other than reading, and there is a future business idea which needs beefing out… and I am letting myself down if I allow myself to deprioritize my personal goals. Negative Nelly alert- whatever way I think about things and try to move the pieces around, there is no scenario where it will all become unstuck. But I haven’t given up on finding a way.

Over the holiday season I switched off as much as I could from social media and felt good about myself… I kicked all the anxious thoughts about work to the side- no guilt! I cooked hearty meals- hell, I actually felt like eating!-, I joked with my husband, I caught up with all of my housework and I felt accomplished… These kind of things matter to me. The healthy and inviting atmosphere of home, theΒ (perhaps an old-school touch) of being the woman in the house with my chores all under control… Knowing I have worked 45 hours a week does not give me that same sense of accomplishment… I am just a small ant, a cog, in a system and the fruit of my work doesΒ nothing else for me other than pay my bills and I want more!… And maybe I am being selfish but when I pour my heart and soul and sweaty time into something, I would at least want to stand up, hands on my hips, look at my work and sigh with contentment… Like that first cold beer in a sauna after a hot-darn day making hay… Man, that is the absolute best feeling ever. Bone-tired but so freaking content.

The more I ramble, the more I think I need to get out of the office and back into physical work πŸ˜€ hahaha… so far, writing this post has been therapeutic! And if you’re still reading this? Well- my thanks! Apologies for the utter verbal diarrhoea.

So, blogging… yes! yes! Over holidays I also read and read and read… I wrote short, few-sentence reviews on Goodreads and Amazon but I certainly didn’t blog myself and only caught up with max 10 blogs every now and again. I apologise to everyone who I haven’t supported over the last while… I may have dropped a like, may have shared but never commented. I simply wasn’t able to process enough to write a meaningful comment!Β Just know this- I did truly read your posts and I will continue to read them, even if slowly.

Which leaves me with the last bit of this post… How my big plans for time management affect my reading and blogging. Honestly? I don’t know. I may break out of this odd limbo I am in once I am back in the usual routine and bounce back like nothing ever slowed down… or, I may just linger around a bit less. Promises and me never got along… every promise ever made to me was broken and every promise I have made mostly caused unnecessary time restraints with the side dish of pressure. I am so done with pressure, with panicking, with overblown ‘ohmygodwhatarewegoingtodonow?!’ kind of shit.Β  There has to be more to life than the constant state of a galloping pulseΒ and curse words trying to break through the filter in every sentence, for feck’s sake!

But still… 2017 was a good enough year when it came to books…

2017 in books

I read some mighty debuts, I read a fewΒ trillers as I pledged in 2016 to do… I wrote some decent reviews (I did, too! πŸ˜€ ) but as the year wore on, each review came a bit more difficult… my brain fog started to take over and I spent an ungodly amount of time trying to string together sentences and deciphering my thoughts… I could feel some kind of brilliance (brilliance fo me, anyway) that wanted to break free but it just didn’t happen. Not to the level of satisfaction I wanted. Not to please others, but to please me… You know that feeling when you kind of know a word and it’s stuck at the tip of your tongue? Yeah, that! It’s freaking irritating as hell- like rubbing your eyes with fingers that you just used to chop chillies with.

But anyway, this is not a cry for a pat on the back or nothing… We all have our obstacles in life and we all get tired and worn down at times.. ‘Tis life and truly, I’m fine enough! I just totally needed to purge! And what better place to do that on the blog… Overly dramatic? I do my best πŸ˜€ Too personal? Yes, for me it is. It’s difficult to admit defeat. I hate admitting defeat but I guess I just wanted to post something to say and explain that I am not ignoring you/your blog specifically- the quality and standard of my support towards you all as fellow bloggers has simply fallen at the moment and you don’t deserve my half-arsed attempts. You deserve a lot more!

So, yes… time management… self-goals… priorities… I will find that perfect balance in there somewhere… That carrot WILL get stuck in the wheel and the squirrel WILL get that bite!Β 

In the meanwhile, keep reading those bombshells! I want to hear about all the cool books you discover and I will continue to add to my TBR pile based on your recommendations… I shall catch you soon… tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Who the hell knows… Until then, be good and take care! ❀ 


  1. Take it easy. I had a couple of weeks off from the blog over Christmas and read whatever I wanted. It was great. Life is busy, I know, I have two kids, I’m a teacher too. I only work 4 days a week now as I was burning out. Life is for living, not working yourself into the ground. Hope you find some balance in 2018.

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    • Yes! It all just boils down to a simple fact- even good things have limits… taking time off blogging is important to keep the motivation and inspiration up… and reading books without the side pressure really does help bring the fun back into it.
      Ah- like many, you can also really relate to the busyness of life… especially with kids πŸ™‚ I always remind myself of a saying- ‘Do I live to work, or work to live?’ to ask myself do I really need to prioritise work over personal life, especially when those moments and experiences that truly matter in life start to slip past…
      Here’s to always being able to make the necessary changes in our lives and to always being able to make see what really matters! Happy 2018! πŸ™‚


  2. Hope 2018 is eventually going to let you rediscover your balance. It can definitely get tough at times and time management is certainly not something I’m very good at myself either. I wish you all the best for 2018, and hopefully you will find quite a number of cool books to take your mind of things for a while πŸ˜€

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  3. I am sending you huge hugs right now. A few things I did when I was in your shoes. I cut my professional hours to part time, I know financially it’s not always an option for people but it made such a huge difference to my life to be working 30 hours instead of 45.
    As for the personal side of things do the things that make you happy, don’t over commit to things, and leave spare time in your diary for you. I book out time in my diary just for reading or having a bath just to make sure I do those things.
    And do what makes you happy with the blog, it should never feel like a chore, if it does take a break. As for visiting other blogs, there is no expectation. I certainly don’t visit every blog every day, I try to get to about 10-15 if I have time. Nobody will be offended if you miss a few posts.

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  4. Liz, everyone needs a break! Take it easy and do what feels right. Take care of yourself and family first. ❀ Never feel guilty!

    I will say that recently, I almost threw in the towel myself. I’ve struggled with balance all year as well, but I’m hoping to be more organized in 2018. That’s the plan anyway!

    Best wishes and will have you in my thoughts. Hugs! Xoxo πŸ’—

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    • Thank you! πŸ™‚ ❀ Appreciate your support! Here's to those plans to balance life and everything in it successfully- something has to fall into place eventually.. and until they do, there are always the small, simple things of joy to keep us going in the meanwhile!

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  5. It can be difficult to write things like this, and I admire you for your honesty. I think you have articulated your struggle really well. It’s always challenging when one doesn’t feel like they are living up to their own standards. I know this very well myself. I can see that you are not fishing for compliments or pity, and I don’t intend to give pity, but I genuinely enjoy reading your blog posts and having a laugh with you on the twitter dot com. I’d noticed you had been a little quiet online recently, but you have absolutely no reason to apologise to anyone for it. You have the right to do whatever you need to do in a situation to help you if you’re not feeling your best. I’m really not just saying that to be polite or anything, I’m giving you my honest thoughts.
    I genuinely hope you find that balance between doing enough to feel satisfied, but also finding a way to switch off. It’s a difficult thing for some of us to do. I’m around for if you ever want to just chat shit or make ridiculously bad jokes! Just shout. πŸ™‚

    Also, congrats on your reading stats! I’ve got lots of recommendations from your reviews and look forward to seeing what great books 2018 brings our way. πŸ˜€

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    • Thank you! πŸ™‚ Oh, funnily enough, I think even though I haven’t ‘known’ you for that long, I do know that you would never deal out fake statements just for the sake of it and I appreciate your support… Thank you πŸ™‚ I will most certainly give you a shout to chat shit however the jokes side is something only you can do- I seem to have been missed when the scoops of ability to joke were dealt out! πŸ˜€
      and stay tuned- in 2018 I plan to add a few books to your tbr shelf πŸ˜€ hahaha…

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  6. Man I love these down to Earth, real posts. This time last year I was basically where you are now sans blogging. Overworked, housework just never got done, barely reading, hating everything and everyone. I ended up quitting my job and getting a new job in something completely new and different and I was positive I was going to fail at. Turned out it was the best decision I’d made in a long time and I’ve been 1000x happier for it. I get to see my husband more than one day a week and enjoy regular, normal things. Sometimes that’s what it all boils down too. Start with the thing that’s most stressing you out and change it. Even if it’s a slow change, it’ll be a change for the better. That’s rewally all we can hope for. As for blogging, it is what it is. I blogged once last week. I was off for 10 days and I just didn’t want to blog. You’re not obligated to us in anyway. We love when you’re here and miss you when you disappear but always look forward to that eventual post, whatever it is. I hope you acheive all your goals this year and keep your head up. It might get worse before it gets better but it always gets better. 😊

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    • Thank you for your comment… πŸ™‚ I love it and it’s definitely one that tells me to man up and make changes where necessary… Things in the background really have been simmering to a boiling point now and without making any rash decisions, I am slowly figuring out ways to bring about positive change… It’s funny- I have always ‘preached’ that if people don’t like something, they need to do something about it and I have failed to practice πŸ˜€ one thing for sure- I can always count on the fact that we will always learn from our mistakes and even if it takes time and reaching that ‘full chalice’ point then there’s still time to take the next steps towards a new direction.

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      • Well said. You honestly can’t grow to your full potential, which is ever changing as we get older, without failing a few times along the way. It sounds like you have a good idea of what you want to do. Take your time and execute as it feels good to you. Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks especially the negative nancies. I believe in you from freezing cold Ohio! β™₯️

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        • Thanks- I love your advice! πŸ™‚ ❀

          Oh man… the American cold snap is allll over the news… i recall reading about Des Moines having like -30C or something and I remember it because Slipknot's singer is from Des Moines πŸ˜€ but, yeah, I've felt -30C during quite a few Estonian winters and they're harsh! I hope the weather gettes softer for ye all soon! πŸ™‚

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  7. I hope 2018 brings the positive changes you want in your life! I think you’ve made a great start in figuring out what brings you the most happiness and the most stress and taking steps toward the happiness column.

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    • Thank you! πŸ™‚ Indeed… sometimes hitting the (rock) bottom is the only way to start seeing a way out… Happy 2018 to you as well- may it be a good one with good books and good time to be had! πŸ™‚

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    • Thank you! ❀
      I never thought I'd be the only one with my time management/balance conundrum, but it certainly has been validated how relatable my post ended up being… It strikes me how strange it is that we all struggle with that side of quality of life and yet it's near impossible to stop or make changes…. like, if we're all in a ratrace, rushing towards something, where will we all end up at? hmm…
      Thank you for your kind words, alwasy! πŸ™‚

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  8. Ah this is a post after my own heart and truth dear Stan. I have been struggling with very similar feelings and thoughts. It is such a difficult task to find a rewarding and healthy balance. Work drains me, health wipes me.. I love to blog but with no time left and so many other things that need done, I often feel hobbies turning into dirty little chores. I long for those days when I can lay my exhausted head down and feel accomplished. These few weeks off had me really doing so. I dare say I am contemplating giving some things up. But we all find our way eventually. I would never say your support has waivered though πŸ’• We always know it is there. You have stood by me even when I miss all the posts and cannot log in for days. Cheers mate!

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    • I think with those hard times in life, it’s good to know that you’re not the only one to face such difficulties.. even though that kind of sounds sour… it’s like being happy that someone else is struggling with the same thing.. which sounds awful, but at least, we know we’re not alone and there’s understanding out there and in fact, we’re not going crazy… I think I often just swallow my troubles, bottle them up, because everyone always has their own problems and it’s pointless to pile another earful on top of people, but.. then again, sometimes speaking out is just about the only thing that helps…
      Thank you for your support, Dani and I hope you have a lovely 2018… with books and family and all πŸ™‚ we can totally slay it… slay anything! πŸ˜‰


      • Ah the old “misery loves company” but there is a lot of truth at the heart of it. We don’t take pleasure in knowing others struggle but we find comfort in the mutual understanding. There is support and solace drawn from that shared “I feel ya” πŸ’— Sometimes it is important to be vocal. We have to crack open the bottle every now and then or too much pressure builds πŸ˜‰ You are a fantastic person Liis. I am always hear if you need a sounding board!

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  9. That sounds like a stressful year! I hope all of your plans will work out and you can stick to your resolutions πŸ™‚ Everything that helps you calm down & relax more!

    On another note, wow! You managed to read tons of books, congratulations! Have a great year 2018 πŸ™‚

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    • Thank you- really appreciate it and I am sure making a really conscious effort this year to be more kinder to myself… πŸ™‚ with work, time and everything… I hope 2018 will be a good year to you, as well! πŸ™‚

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  10. YOU NEED TO BANG ON THOSE DAMN DRUMS OF YOURS, WOMAN! I am telling you it will be a great decompressor! It’s funny, but when you start just playing for your own enjoyment you want to practice more. I think you have a one up with the drums, because you can take out your frustrations, too.

    You wrote damn good reviews! I read the full review of books wasn’t the least bit interested in reading myself, they were that good. Maybe you should write your own stories.☺

    Happy New Year! πŸŽ‰

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    • Happy 2018! πŸ™‚ And you’re so right, I know- I really need to get back behind those drums… the garage doesn’t have electricity yet, though and I am only ever home when it’s dark πŸ˜€ but here I go again- excuses… I will most certainly dig out my drum music sheets and get my drumsticks out so I can beat the couch andremind myself of how to read note sheets again until I can go and dust my babies off! πŸ™‚

      Thank you so much for the kind words πŸ™‚ wrting stories is a good idea- my father is asking me every week how my writing is going- I just have too many ideas and I have made a start to soooo many- I just need to sit down and start seeing the bigger picture with all the characters/worlds and plot ideas I have- something must fall into place someday πŸ™‚

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  11. You’ve already taken the first step to a better life! What you’re saying is quite relatable and I’ve been thinking about working 4/5 myself but I’m so afraid to get even more stressed (if that’s even possible) and have more work that I let this ‘dream’ go for now but it’s weighing on my health (my sleep for one). One of the reasons why I really would love to live in another country is getting out of this ratrace. Anyway, big hugs and take of yourself Liis!

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    • Thank you Inge! πŸ™‚
      I get what you say about the ratrace… it’s so unelievable easy to get stuck in the race and then once you get a breather it all seems so silly and pointless and at the cost of what? And sometimes trying to scheme how to make things better is really daunting because there are so many aspects you need to think about to make sure the risk of changing your life isn’t too high… but… but, I still believe that there has to be a way, for all of us… to snatch that opportunity when it arises and make things better, to be the way we have dreamed of them to be! πŸ™‚ Who knows? When we’re old and grey, I might be your neighbor in that foreign country with sea and sun and sand, swapping books πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€

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  12. Gotta like personal posts…..even negative ones! Well, especially negative ones as I’m often a negative fecker anyway.πŸ˜‚

    There’s something about personal posts that make the blogger real instead of it being just a blog.

    Time management sucks for us all, well, most of us and I’m always in awe of those who seem to perfectly balance everything in their lives and manage to find time daily for everything too!

    I mentioned the same to Danielle on one of her posts that if people don’t visit, like or comment on your blog as you don’t always get the chance to visit their’s then f#ck them. Not everyone can do this 24/7 and people miss posts.

    I miss posts and don’t blog on days and yeah, certain people have stopped visiting my blog due to that but it means that they only liked my posts because I liked their’s in the first place and you know what? F#ck them as that’s not how it should be.

    Can’t comment on every post! Unless I have something to say, it’s a book I’ve read or want to read or it’s a discussion post then I often just lurk and like the post, nothing wrong with it, lots and lots of bloggers do it.

    This time of year sucks anyway Liz, it’s always extra busy and if you aren’t a festive person it’s a nightmare and it’s draining too. All this Christmas BS saps the strength and then when it’s over you just think thank god and feel drained from it.

    I totally get you about reviewing, it’s something that I struggle with and writing a review often takes me ages to write. Sometimes I have a lot to say, others I don’t but trying to get the review to the stage where I’m happy with it, that’s usually tough and if you are struggling with blogging and life then it turns into a nightmare.😞

    You certainly had a great reading year, 100+ books is a stunning achievement.πŸ˜€

    Oh, writing personal posts as you mentioned is therapeutic, it might help, it might not but the actual writing of the post lifts something and hey, it’s your blog, no harm in a personal post.

    We’ll all catch you whenever though being good is a step too far for some of us!πŸ˜‚

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    • Yes to all of this and thank you πŸ™‚ The minute xmas dinner plates were emtpy and dishes washed, I actually grinned like a Cheshire cat because it was all over for another year πŸ˜€ hahaha, what a Scrooge!
      but yes, I am surprised how much it helped speaking out.. or well, writing out… I tend to hold back from whinging but when everything gets too much, it’s the best and fastest remedy… doesn’t solve the problems, but makes breathing a bit easier! odd πŸ™‚
      hahaha… being good is overrated anyway πŸ˜‰

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  13. Happy New Year! I’m sorry to hear you’re burnout- but it happens to the best of us- so you should in no way feel bad about it! I honestly don’t know how to switch off either (I feel like you’ve got to be pretty chilled out t even try meditation, cos it’s never worked for me, though a hot bath sure does help πŸ˜‰ ) I can really relate to what you’re saying here and I’m glad this has been therapeutic (yes I’m still reading) Don’t worry about bloghopping or anything like that- we all understand and god knows we all go though it! We’re all here for you whenever you need us. Also that’s a brilliant number of books! And you wrote *great* reviews this year! Take care!! Xx

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    • Thank you so much for sticking through this post πŸ™‚ And yeap, we do all go through this… I am quite conscious of coming across like I am the only person with a problem (whatever it may be) but man, it did help, the purging… the letting it out… Thanks for your support! x

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  14. Ah man, I can feel so much emotion in this post. If anything, Liz, you should always put yourself first and drop everything and anything that seems to add a burden/any form of pressure on you. Clearly life/work has kept you insanely busy now and then, and a need for ways to decompress is very clear. There’s probably plenty of ways you could do so, even a walk through a forest, a breath of fresh air, can go a long way in killing that stress and rejuvenating you.

    I for one am incredibly grateful for having met you and to have had all sorts of talks with you. It’s not every day that I get to meet wonderful folks like you and I hope that 2018 will prove to be a year where we will continue to communicate and maintain our friendship. You don’t have to read everything I post or anything, but I’ll always be super glad to hear from you and will even happier if you were taking care of yourself before doing any of the time consuming stuff that blogging requires.

    I love the idea of time management as an obstacle to conquer and it is indeed a hell of a thing to challenge. Time is tricky as hell and never are we truly able to do everything we plan and want to do within the timeframe we set. I hope 2018 will prove to be a wonderful year for you and that you’ll be able to enjoy everything you love, Liz. Happy New Year and take it easy! πŸ˜€

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    • Lashaan! Thank you so much for your lovely comment… πŸ™‚ Thank you for understanding and well, generally being a really down to earth guy! I would never miss a Bookidote post! πŸ˜€ hahahaha, you guys are just too great.. if anything, I really think that if I don’t have time, free time, to spend time with my blogging hobby then something is wrong… you know? πŸ™‚ So, I will most definitely expect work/personal life boundaries to be put into a firm place in 2018!
      Thank you so much for your unwaivering support and I look forward to a very successful 2018! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  15. *Standing Ovation*
    Good for you, Liis! It’s hard to stop and say “Something has to give. Something needs to change. I am unhappy.” I can completely relate. I more or less vanished between Nov 25 and today in the blogging world. Something had to give. And, sadly, I am a people pleaser. It’s hard to say no at work for me. I’ve recently found that spending 5 minutes a day in the morning and the evening writing down what I am grateful for and what is the most important thing for me today has really helped provide some perspective. Yoga, meditation, and beer? Keep it up!

    At the end of the day, just do what is important and meaningful to you. You only have one life! Live it! And know we will always be here to hold you up. πŸ˜€

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    • Thank you for your comment Jackie… This post turned out to be a lot more relatable and hitting home than I expected to be honest… but your tip spend a little time to write down what you’re grateful for and the most important thing for the day is a really good one. I like to try new things with a chance to bring about positive change… it’s truly the small gestures and steps that can make a huge difference.
      Thank you so much! ❀

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  16. Oh darling, what a great post! Go for what you need, go for what you want, and take time FOR YOURSELF! Or you’ll go crazy! Time management is a bitch, you’ll succeed, you’ll fail, you’ll curse, you’ll do it again! And I’ll be cheering on you!!! You can do this, whatever “this” is each day of the year! It’s important to remember what you want most, what makes you feel good, and to just live in the moment. You’ve made the step, you’ve decided “No More!!” That’s the best thing you could have done for yourself! Go and fly! xxx


  17. Happy 2018! Here’s to hoping this year will treat us better… Time management is definitely the key! Although so hard to achieve… I kind of need one of those Time management for idiots books (I’m sure one exists haha) Go, be free and then just go with the flow… It only took me three months to get part of my mojo back, so there is still tons of time. πŸ˜‰ xx

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