Setting up my blog to continue without me for a few weeks was time-consuming but worth it. Automation is a wonder thing. Knowing my blog could continue, even in my absence, made letting go easier.
I want to thank everyone for sticking with me during my break. The time with my family was precious, and I can’t wait for our next visit to Paris.
My daughter is a great hostess although she almost walked us to death. She filled our days with seeing the best of the city, good food, and great wines. There is so much to see and do we needed another couple of weeks to see it all.
Want to see more lovely Paris pictures, you should check out my daughter’s blog, A Francophile in France.
After a few days, my husband and I gave her a break and took a quick hop, on Eurostar, over to London.
I’d never been and loved every minute of it. London is a lot bigger than I expected and as we wandered the city had a tendency to get lost. But that only made the adventure more fun.
Powering down for three weeks is not easy for this type A writer. Internet access was spotty at best, and I must admit to feeling a bit of withdrawal the first few days.
But letting go and just being in the moment with family was wonderful. Plus filling my time with reading books instead of writing sparked inspiration. I recommend everyone take a bit of time to recharge and enjoy life.
So how did you recharge this summer?
Did you take time away from writing and blogging to enjoy life?
Do you find it hard to let go and unplug?
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