How have you been doing? (Really, I want to know!)
I’m racing to the finish line of the year and soaking in every minute of holiday cheer I can while I’m at it. The final book of the Dispelled Lineage series, Little Star, releases 12/9 (YAY!) and the cover reveal will be coming shortly, so keep an eye out for that. I can’t believe this series is about to come to an end. It’s crazy to think about.
The rest of my year will be devoted to rest and relaxation. What does 2022 hold? I’m not certain yet. I have a shortlist of goals and projects I’d like to get to, but right now I’m not certain I can commit to anything. I hate that feeling because I’m such a goal-oriented, driven person, it feels weird to put my career and goals on the back burner, but I can’t undo being a mom, so those little humans the hubby and I created have to come first. Online schooling at home + a medically complicated kiddo = big drains on my energy and time. I’m sure I’ll keep making steps in my career, just not very big ones for a while yet. Maybe in the 2022-23 school year I’ll be able to get back in the saddle. Or maybe not. 🤷♀️
I wish I had something monumental or inspiring to say, but I don’t. So I guess I’ll say this: sometimes, you gotta quit. Quitting doesn’t have to be permanent if you don’t want it to be.
For more positive takes on quitting, hit up the We Can Do Hard Things podcast, episode 16: QUITTING: When is it time to let something or someone go? Glennon Doyle is a personal hero of mine, and she quits every damn day. So, quit for a while if you need to. Be like Glennon. That’s basically my goal always.