Social Media, School, and the Finale
Lately, I've noticed that the more time I spend on social media, the more anxious I am.
I've been trying to cut back recently, but before I can stop myself, my phone is in my hand, and I'm deep down the rabbit hole. So I made a decision yesterday to call it quits. At least for a month.
For the next thirty days, I am staying off social media. I'll log on to post my blog, but that is it.
Already, this morning has been tough. I keep picking up my phone, my finger hovering over the button, then catching myself and setting it back down with a sigh. This is hard! But hopefully, by the time this is all done with, it will be easy to not be consumed by posts and likes and whatnot.
In other news, today marks the start of my son's school year. He's in kindergarten now, and that means my life is returning to what I consider normal. I've been planning out our school year for months now.
I feel for the families that are homeschooling for the first time this year, but that's thankfully not us. Last year, our first year, was packed full of trial and error and fighting to make school a habit. This year I am feeling good and ready to make this happen.
And finally, on the writing front, I will finish book one this week. I can't express how excited I am. For September, I will do some editing, some resting, and some prep work so that by the time October rolls around, I'll be ready to write book two.
I'm excited to see things coming together and pumped to share this series with all of you!