I struggled long and hard with the idea of me taking some time away from my blog – more like a sabbatical.
With that idea tossing around in my mind, I thought about what taking the time away might do to my blog traffic that’s been showing a consistent upward trend since December 2014.
Most importantly, I thought about you my valued regular readers and even those who from time to time will be in search of solutions on the website and found my blog through Google search engine or social media sites.
But I can no longer delay and fool myself into thinking, “I’ll be okay. I am tough and can get through this without anyone taking notice that I am on the verge of a burnout.”
The past 10 days especially has been an uphill battle for me at my job and instead of doing an 8 hour work day, I’ve been averaging between 10 to 12 hours of work per day.
That made it harder for me to find time to write fresh content, visit and comment on other blogs, share others posts and to even socialize on social media.
With that said, I wish to announce that starting today September 15th I will be taking a six week-long sabbatical, from writing/blogging and by extension will also be taking time away from social media.
Not only do I believe in balance, rejuvenation and having intimate moments with my inner world and my innermost being, the sabbatical will also give me some time to figure things out about my website, where I ultimately want to take it or how I can raise the quality of my writing to a much higher level.
I take this opportunity to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your unwavering support and my deepest gratitude for the depth of love and encouragement that you have demonstrated or expressed to me in one way or the other. Thank you for the privilege of allowing me to write for you. It’s been a real pleasure so far.
Many of you have written to me about how much my website has been a blessing to you. I want you to know that I am so humbled by your kindness and will implore you at this time to join me in giving all the glory, praise and honor to God while at the same time that we are mindful of the fact that we can do nothing without Him.
As I gracefully bow my head and exit this platform, He [God] must increase, but I must decrease. He must become greater, I must become less. More of Him and less of me. He must become more significant and I must get out of His way and allow Him to do in my life what only He can do best. (Scripture ref. John 3:30)
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