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This past week has been a bit unsettled.
For my recent trip back to Scotland to visit family, I decided that I would give an hour by hour account of my travels. Here are the results.
Technically this one is a little bit of a cheat since I fell in love with Neverwhere before it was a book. But since it’s the book I’ve come back to again and again, I think it counts.
So, I spent a good deal of yesterday in pain, thanks to what is currently believed to be a torn Quadratus lumborum (QL) muscle.
As I said in a previous post, I’m not usually one for talking about my personal life too much, on here or even in general. But since today is #WorldMentalHealthDay, I thought it might be worth my time to reflect a little.
I just posted a small story, A Year of Bodies.
I hadn’t really intended to, but I ended up taking a few days off. While there is still a part of me that feels guilty about doing so, the greater part of me is actually feeling a lot better for having done so.
Ever since I read Caroliena Cabeda’s post for the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop last month, it’s been in the back of my mind to get a more structured schedule in place. I keep thinking something like that would help me remember to do the little things (more on those below) that I know I should be making time for but get pushed aside in favour of more immediate concerns.
I seem to remember making some comments on this subject once before and I do hope you’ll forgive me if I’m repeating myself a little.