I Took 3 Weeks Off From Writing — Here’s How My Growth Changed

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About a month ago, I found myself dreading the day. Waking up to sit down at my desk and write my article for the day seemed boring.

But not just boring, it was draining. Even thinking about writing was exhausting.

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Intuitive Writer. Writing about Entrepreneurship, Making Money Online, + Holistic Living. INFJ/P, Cat lover, + Personal growth junkie.

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Lillith Elaina

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Intuitive Writer. Writing about Entrepreneurship, Making Money Online, + Holistic Living. INFJ/P, Cat lover, + Personal growth junkie.

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