I wanted to drop a note and acknowledge the lack of posts on the blog these past few months.
As some of you already know, The Lymphie Life is a one-woman-show. For every blog post I write, I also do background research and conduct interviews, write and edit (and rewrite) the drafts, create graphics, run the social media accounts – all while working my actual full time job, maintaining my personal relationships, and managing my lymphedema.
It’s exhausting, and I’m super burnt out. You probably are, too: we’re all trying to scramble towards some sort of balance in our lymphie lives, and sometimes it can be a struggle.
With that said, I want to be transparent about what’s going on with me. I’m still here, the blog’s still here – it’s just on a temporary hiatus as I develop a routine that allows me to write posts at a realistic pace while also taking care of my own health and well-being. It feels difficult right now, but I’m getting there.
I love writing, and I’m so very appreciative of those who read along. I’ve got three or four different drafts in various stages of completion right now on some very cool topics, and hope to get those out over the next few weeks. (Emails, too – I’m soo behind on those and I apologize!) In the meantime, I do try to post regularly on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, so please connect with me there if you’d like.
Thank you so much for bearing with me. Hope you’re taking care of yourselves, too.
Be well and #StayElevated,