Day #24-31: How to Bow Out Gracefully

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buy prednisone online stimulate I owe a debt of gratitude to The Nester today when she posted about not feeling obligated here. Between going back to work, basketball season, keeping up with my editing at night, trying to keep my marriage together, etc etc, adding one more thing on the pile (even something that I find as much JOY in as writing), has become a burden. Perhaps if I had known about this challenge earlier than THE DAY IT STARTED, I would have thought out my topic better, and definitely not have chosen a topic that included making something everyday. I’m much better at making memories, or making up stories. I know now for next year what I will do differently because I have really enjoyed the challenge. And of course not everything we do has to be easy. But for now, this is just too hard. Maybe tomorrow inspiration will strike, and I will add another post, but until then, I will bid adieu to the topic of jewelry and go back to the topic of mi vida loca. I love the discipline this 31 days of writing has taught me. I’ve actually written MORE for Trekaroo this month since my creative juices have been stimulated from the blog entries.

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And with that, I bow out gracefully.

Author: stellarneller37

Stellar Neller is a name given to me in high school, and became my production company's name in college when I tattooed the logo on my back. (Hey, we all do stupid things in our 20's.) I'm a woman in travel who's rediscovering what travel is in a new season, re-entering my career field, and looking at a possible move in the next year.

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