Falling Back In Love

In today’s fast-paced environment, relaxation or recreational activities with no purpose other than enjoyment can be seen as frivolous or a waste of time. Everything has to be a hustle. Enjoy crafts? Create an etsy page. Enjoy writing? Try to become a bestselling author.

There’s no room for simple creation without trying to account for that time anymore. In this side-hustle focused world, it can sometimes be difficult to allow oneself to relax and just be in the moment.

It is this realization that prompted me to start reading again. Yes, again. I haven’t curled up with a good book and read in a depressingly long time. I read some books on writing during vacation but that was more for learning than out of the pure love of reading.

I have a ton of books in my To Be Read list but I don’t think the best way to dive back in is with an unknown. I’m going to search my shelves until I find a book I’ve read over and over again. A comfort book. Something I can just sink into and rest on the laurels of its familiar cadence.

What that book is?

I’m not sure. But I’m excited to find out.

bye for now!

One thought on “Falling Back In Love

  1. Yes! You spoke to my soul. I feel as though every second of my time needs to have a result. Thank you for reminding me that relaxation is alright for relaxation’s sake. I am now going to go sit on my patio and enjoy listening to the birds sing and will start one of my old favorite books.

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