So, after seeing a movie in January, my first time in a theater since my concussion, I had a huge setback with my brain that is taking its sweet time to recover. I’ve made progress, but it seems my slow-and-steady approach to working on my books just isn’t appreciated. I had plans to get a lot of work done on The Queen before the end of the month, but I’ve had more bad days than good lately, and I’m still in a position where I have freelance work owed.
SO. I’m going to take a little social media hiatus. I spend a lot of time on my phone derping around on social media–which my head haaaaaaaaaaaates. I’ve had an ambitious writing schedule with The Queen lately, and I guess I’m just not giving myself time to recover. Boooo.
I’ll be stepping back from social media for the next two weeks. Almost all of my content will be queued, but I can still be reached through DMs and email! I’m also forcing myself to press pause for two weeks on The Queen, which is kiiiiiiilling me because it ruins my schedule once again. But hopefully I’ll be in a better place two weeks from now to consistently get work done.
My Man and I are also going to Canada’s capital for a few days next week, and I’m starting a little pet sitting gig, so maybe that’s enough on my plate anyway. Just wanted to give an update about why Imma be a little quiet for the next two weeks. Taking my time to recover a little with less brain work on my plate.
I’LL BE LURKING.
Today is the one year anniversary of my brain turning to goo. Sort of. It could be worse, I guess.
I finally wrote a thing! I seldom agree to do guest posts because I’m shamefully bad at sticking to a schedule with my OWN blogging, let alone writing things for others, but this was for a blogger I adore and it was a message I really needed to get out there.
For those of you who are curious about what happened to my brain back in January, this post is for you. For those of you who are injured and struggling to write as you once did, this post is also for you.
Click the gorgeous image below for the post: