Time to recharge!

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In the past few weeks I have made a concerted effort to take a day off. When you work for yourself it is really hard to say no to a project, or to cut yourself some slack on a deadline. Because my S.O. and I live together, and work together, and travel together, we are always…together.  In an apartment less than 600 square feet. When things are stressful it is hard to remember why the heck you fell in love with someone who leaves their shoes (me, lol) all over the apartment. So, we implemented a scheduled day where we celebrate being friends, lovers, and don’t talk about business. It’s a day for dreaming and talking without any of the angst of the week. It has been trans-formative. Not expensive, either. We use Groupon and Yelp for meals, we had free movie tickets, we drove to Naples because I’d never been there. South Florida is gorgeous this time of year and we both love being outside. Now that the holidays are coming, we are taking extra care to enjoy family and friends—because that is what matters most.

Love, baby, love.

What do you do to recharge? Share below–if you feel like it, lol–I am nosy and like to know what other people do to re-set.

Have a great day!

Traci

Traci Hall

With an impressive bibliography in an array of genres, USA Today bestselling author Traci Hall has garnered a notable fan base. She pens stories guaranteed to touch the heart while transporting the reader to another time and place. Her belief in happily ever after shines through, whether it’s a romantic glimpse into history or a love affair for today.

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Traci Hall

About Traci Hall

With an impressive bibliography in an array of genres, USA Today bestselling author Traci Hall has garnered a notable fan base. She pens stories guaranteed to touch the heart while transporting the reader to another time and place. Her belief in happily ever after shines through, whether it’s a romantic glimpse into history or a love affair for today.

5 thoughts on “Time to recharge!

  1. Hi, Traci:
    Joe & I used to take RV trips to reboot in our home away from home, but we’re selling it. So, in a few weeks, we head to Miami for a short cruise and an over night afterward in South Beach.

    During daily routines, we cook together when I’m not strapped to a deadline, and when I am, he manages the meals. We visit our extended family and go to dinner when we can afford it. We’re also big fans of coupons and usually go where we can get $$ off a dinner check.

    WIth the holidays approaching, we celebrate Christmas several times, which isn’t a bad thing when you think about it, as there are 7 adult kids (My son just got engaged), and 10 grandkids. I’d have to rent a hall to fit everyone at the same time!

    I enjoyed reading your post! Kiss that new baby for me, ok?

    Hugs, Sue

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