Why Taking Time off Is the Best Decision You Can Make for Yourself

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Hearing the term, work-life balance, has always made me cringe because honestly, it’s not my strong suit.

I always think about work, whether or not I’m taking the right direction in life, and this often leaves me feeling like I’m not doing enough, which makes me want to keep working. If I had to describe this feeling more accurately, it’s like an itch I can never scratch.

Every Problem Is an Opportunity

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Last night, I couldn’t sleep.

I tried to, but no matter how many freaking sheeps I counted or how slow I tried to breathe, I couldn’t get myself to fall asleep. The Hong Kong milk tea I had drank earlier (which surprisingly has the same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee does) that evening was a lot stronger than I had anticipated.

So what did I do?

Being a Writer Is Hard

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Last week, someone emailed me, upset and wondering why I hadn’t been writing as many posts as I did before in the past.

What happened, Tiffany?!

As someone who owes most of her success to her fans, I felt bad for letting him down and for not delivering. I don’t like disappointing people in general, but sometimes it’s necessary to take a break from work in order to get back on track with who you are and the reason why you write.