Busy for the Sake of Busy

“I want less, and I want simplicity, and I want to spend my days connecting and caring, not consuming and completing.” — Erin Loechner

Catching a beautiful sunset after a day of rain!

After a very intense three months of working on a project, it ended and I found myself a bit lost and wondering if I should be doing something.

One thought on “Busy for the Sake of Busy”

  1. Shelly,
    I’m so glad you said it’s okay to relax. My name isCheryl Honeycutt . I’m 55 years old and left my abusive husband of 11 years almost 9 weeks ago. I had helped my mom raised my siblings, then raised my son. I need rest from children.

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