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Time To Rest

August 15th, 2008 by Avital

As a lawyer I was used to spend long hours at the office and rarely take any vacation. I brought myself up to a state of complete physical exhaustion and only in retrospective I understood how badly I have been treating my body and how wondrous it is that it hasn’t failed me yet and endured the torture I had inflicted on it.

During the last couple of months I have been preoccupied with the website and my first e-book and some other personal matters and again the stress levels and the physical exhaustion came back knocking on my door. Two weeks ago, my husband and I took a vacation to Iceland. We returned back home yesterday. Iceland is absolutely amazing, but the trip was physically challenging and I ended up coming back sick with a nasty cold, complete with a sore throat and a fever.

Myvatn (12)

Now it is time to remember my pledge and take some time off to heal. Therefore, I will not post any new posts until September 1st.

In the meantime you are more than welcome to enjoy the numerous free tutorials and prompts which are already posted.

I would also like to take an advantage of my time off and ask you to tell me what would you like to see more of in my website?

  1. Which tutorials are you interested in?
  2. Which journaling method or topics would you like to find here?
  3. How do you feel about the inspiration prompts so far?
  4. Would you like the website to have some new features or to cover other areas?

Please send me your much appreciated feedback and I will be back on September 1st with a new and improved site, based on your needs and wants.

5 Comments to “Time To Rest”

  1. Amy Derby says:

    Hope you enjoyed the trip to Iceland. How exciting! And I hope you are feeling better now. 🙂

    • Avital says:

      The trip has been a-m-a-z-i-n-g. I am feeling much better, thank you. I took an extanded vacation, as my parents were visiting me right after coming back from Iceland and I needed the time to be with them (and recuperate). Now I miss my parents… but am anxious to go on with the prompts.

  2. Vered says:

    I’m glad you’re feeling better!

    It’s good that you’re taking the time to rest.

  3. I just want to congratulate you on taking a break! I think I should do the same, actually, since I can’t remember the last time I had a full day off. It never ceases to amaze me how addicting work can be. I hope that you’re feeling much better.

    • Avital says:

      Thank you very much. As you can see from this post, it took me some time to realize I have got to know when to take time off… I am feeling much better and I am back – with a giveaway!!! You can check out my blog again for a chance to win a free copy of my new e-book.