I feel the need to slow down, to focus inwards, on what really matters. On things that I’ve wanted to do for a long time but never had time for. On what brings me pleasure, without pressure.
I managed to do all the things I wanted business-wise so far this year, I’ve released the sets I was working on, released the jewelry pieces I wanted to create. Now I choose to dedicate the next month and a half remaining in the year to myself and my family. Crafts, baking, renovations that still need to be completed, little things I enjoy and kept putting aside.
Our Christmas this year will be different. Mom used to come and stay with us for the Holidays. She will be missed. And I need to work on recreating traditions, new ones we will carry on. So, that’s where you’ll find me, at home, living slowly. Enjoying every little moment. I will still share posts, I won’t be disappearing completely, but I will share them when I feel like it, with no other expectations than sharing a glimpse of my life every now and then. No pressure, just good times, it’s what I need and what my family deserves. There will always be the new year for more work and projects!
Meet our new friend, Kobe (I know it’s a weird Elf name, but it’s what the boys agreed on). Part of one of the new traditions we are creating…
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You know, this sounds like a wonderful idea. I may have to reread this a few times, and embrace it.
Sweet Kobe! A lovely way to spend the rest of the year. X
I love creating new traditions -and Kobe is a cool name!!! xx
Ahhh, I’m with you there Isabelle (((Hugs)))