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About taking a break

04.12.2011 - 01:02

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Sometime around 2005 I took a break from blogging. It was because I wasn't all happy with my blog, but also because of some very technical reasons.

I had been really blogging for a couple of years and before that had a very simple online journals since I don't know when. The idea of blogging had been quite a natural thing for me.

This break was supposed to be for just a little while. Weeks, maybe months. The next time I actually blogged was during the spring of 2010.

Taking a break feels sometimes necessary. Break from work, break from a hobby, break from the daily or weekly exercise. It gives time to breathe and time to rethink things.

Taking a break can sometimes be sort of bad too. The breaks may stretch from days to weeks, from weeks to months and years or indefinite times.

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I'm Mervi Emilia Eskelinen, a petite artist and web crafter from Finland, who helps indie businesses, freelancers and bloggers to stand out and shine online. I have 18 years of experience and a formal education in everything about web design and development, branding and online marketing.

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