Take it easy

I’ve been mulling some wild and crazy thoughts recently, you guys.

About what I’d like to do this summer (mostly just sit and read on the deck with a milky iced coffee). About how to make the most of my time with my girls, since we’ve got them both under the same roof again (at least until mid-August). About how nothing is static and change is inevitable (even though it’s so damn hard).

And about this blog.

I’ve decide to take a blogging break this summer. Not that I won’t write at all or anything, just that I’ll only write when I have something to say. I’ve been struggling to find topics lately, maybe because the life of a minimalist isn’t that exciting. And I want one less responsibility this summer.

I’ve been trying to figure out how to end this post, but actually, I don’t need to. It’s not the end. It’s just … a different sort of beginning.

12 thoughts on “Take it easy

  1. Jenni says:

    Enjoy your blogging break, thanks for all your posts, I have enjoyed them very much! Also I think it’s fine to just post something when you feel in the mood, I’m sure it’s less pressure and more fun to do it that way!


  2. Roberta says:

    Enjoy your summer, and don’t let the blog be a source of stress for you! I’ll be here when you come back.

    (I was thinking of you yesterday. My daughter was looking at colleges, and has found two that she’s excited about — in update NY and Pennsylvania. It’s a long time before she would actually move, but it will be really hard for us. Seeing you get through this year with such grace is helpful to me, thinking ahead.)


  3. Linda M says:

    Do what you need to do, girl! We will still be here when you have something to share. Those girls need ya….and you need time for yourself. Just please don’t completely quit blogging! Big hug….enjoy your summer!


  4. Chris N says:

    I’ll miss your posts. They are always thought-provoking. But time off is good too. It seems all my favorite bloggers are breaking for a while. 😦 Have a good summer with the kiddos!!


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