Gone To The Beach!
When I first started my business, I promised myself that one day I’d take a month long sabbatical every August. Whilst I’m not heading to Bali this year, I am clocking off and clocking out until September. At least from writing this blog.
Whilst I love writing articles for my website, it takes a lot of my time and energy. At times the routine can feel quite relentless. Which is why I’m taking a break from writing over August. Although if you subscribe to my newsletter, I’ve got you covered. I’ll still be posting on social media, particularly Instagram, the platform I love most.
So this is going to be a working sabbatical. I’ve been thinking a lot about how I want to build out my platform going forward, and the channels I want to use to share my content. I’ve got some pretty big changes planned, and now I need the time and the space to work on these. And now I’ve built a library of of photographs, I’d like to update as many of my articles as I possibly can.
So it’s time to kick back. To work to my own schedule. To spend lazy evenings on the beach after work. To head off on adventures. To hang out with friends. To read. To explore the beautiful Sussex countryside. There will be picnics, cake and glasses of gin. And lots of time to work on my own projects. I can’t wait!
This year has been pretty amazing and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for supporting my writing.
Have a wonderful summer, whatever you’re up to. I’ll be back on the 10th September. See you on the other side!
OVER TO YOU
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