Every now and then I think a writer has to step back to rethink what they’re doing as a creative person. As you likely know, I did that (in spades) with my DougGreensGarden.com and Online-Gardening-Courses.com (now merged with DougGreensGarden.com websites.) I’m very happy with what’s happening on those sites and how they’re moving forward.
Taking the time to do that properly was the best thing I’ve done in a long time. And it’s ongoing in a major way as I add ever more content and ways to help folks garden better.
But that kind of work demands a huge amount of energy and that means other things have to give a bit.
This is one such project.
I’m not quitting it, but I am taking a break. Regular readers will know I do that with different projects every now and then
noun: hiatus; plural noun: hiatuses
a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process.
“there was a brief hiatus in the war with France”
synonyms: pause, break, gap, lacuna, interval, intermission, interlude, interruption, suspension, lull, respite, time out, time off, recess; More
So call it a break, call it a hiatus, call it regenerating ideas and a mission for this website. Call it anything.
I do plan on returning in 90 days.
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