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I Skipped Work to Watch a Hallmark Christmas Movie (It was the most productive part of my day.)

How taking breaks makes me a more effective entrepreneur and mom.

Feet resting against a laptop playing a Christmas movie.
Photo by Samira Rahi on Unsplash

“Each person deserves a day away in which no problems are confronted, no solutions searched for. Each of us needs to withdraw from the cares which will not withdraw from us.” Maya Angelou

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A publication of Jewel Eliese, Writer and Writer Moms Inc. Made for moms who write to share their talents of the written word. Fiction, poetry, and articles.

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Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda is a work at home mama who contributes to various magazines and blogs. Contact her at writeonfreelancingllc@gmail.com for interview or blog articles.

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