So I have a job. A job that, until this point, hasn’t tied me down so much that I don’t have time to blog.

Well, that’s about to change.

For the next few weeks, my job as an Orientation Leader at my school is going to absorb basically all my time. As much as you might not think, it’s a very demanding job that requires me to get up real early and stay up real late to make sure everything is as it should be. There won’t be an incredible amount of time for me to write. At least not as much as I’ve had so far.

I thought I would let all of you know that the frequency of my posts for the next few weeks might be on the low side. I’ll do my best to keep writing and posting things, but it’s going to be ¬†tough with all the other stuff I’ll need to do.

Fear not! This is only a temporary hiatus (is there any other kind? I’m not sure). After these couple of weeks, things will go back to relative normalcy. Again, I won’t disappear. I’ll still be posting, but the space between posts might grow a tad.

I hope you’re all enjoying your summers as much as I am, and I hope you’ll still stay tuned for my posts. I’ll be putting things up as ideas blip in and out of my head.

And don’t worry. I love my job very much and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.

Take care.

End Kwote

7 thoughts on “Hiatus

  1. I work at a college, so I know what orientation does to the entire campus. If that’s anything like what you are going to be doing, then yeah, completely understandable. Have fun and see you soon,

    1. It’s definitely all hands on deck all day long. And that’s very cool that you work at a college. But yes, I’ll do my best to pop up now and again

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