It’s been a crazy year.
I think we’ve all said that at one point or another. Probably many points, across multiple months, and always followed up with, “That’s the understatement of the century.”
The century that, so far, is only 20 years old.
Don’t we all go through a crisis somewhere in our 20s?
In the midst of the global pandemic and national clusterfuck that has been this year’s politics, we’ve continued to live our own lives. I am no different. And, even without the worldwide stressors, this has been an exceptionally rough year for me.
I’ll tell you about it, sometime.
So, for a couple reasons including but not limited to: moving to WordPress from Squarespace has been a gigantic pain in the butt, and also my mental health needs attention, I’m saying now that I will be taking a break from blogging for the month of November, and will return with mental health content in December.
Will I still be online way too often? Yes.
Can you still chat with me? Please do.
Am I still up for conversations about mental health? Absolutely.
Will I read your blogs? Of course.
Am I okay? I’m working on it.
I’m growing, and whether the growth is physical, mental, or emotional, it always comes with growing pains. That’s all this is.
An interlude, an intermission, some growing pains.