Break Time 2018 Sept Oct

Tru here.

In the next month i have husband’s birthday, my birthday, my mother’s 80th birthday celebration, and two other family gatherings from connections made via dna.  … Then i need time to recouperate from all the celebrations.

We all need a break from time to time.  Averaged one blog entry per week for first 8 months of 2018 … but (like last year) blog entries will be less frequent for a while.

Despite break times, all together there are 172 blog “entries” plus ~350 blog “pages” on this website over the past four years, which averages more than 10 postings per month.

My goal in next couple months is simply one blog entry or more per month.  Considering each blog entry now averages well over 8hrs time investment, i think that is plenty of time investment during my break.  I hope to return to “Truthful Tuesday” pattern well before the end of 2018.

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During this break time …

i will continue FaceBook contact with friends who are living with various types of dementia, and sharing their projects from time to time, both here on my blog, and on Dementia Symptom Perspectives’ FaceBook page.

i will continue my tasks as Assistant Administrator with Dementia Mentors.

i will continue as member of Advisory Board with USA Dementia Action Alliance (altho i am decreasing number of sub-committees i participate in).

I will continue as host for each Monday Dementia Mentors’ group chat, and attend most of the other daily chats as a guest (needed for my well-being).

i will continue trying to share a project from someone living with dementia at least 5x/week on Dementia Symptom Perspectives’ FaceBook page.

… but i just cannot continue all the above PLUS spending about 10hrs/week on blog, … and do the family stuff that i want to do in the next couple months — not and deal with my own dementia challenges at the same time.

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My most crucial entries are here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/category/important/crucial/

Dementia Symptom Perspectives’ FaceBook page >> https://www.facebook.com/dementia.symptom.perspectives

Dementia Mentors >> https://www.dementiamentors.org/

USA Dementia Action Alliance >> https://daanow.org/

Most recent entries are here >> https://truthfulkindness.com/

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8 thoughts on “Break Time 2018 Sept Oct

  1. Thank you, Tru. I have been following your blog for about 2 years and appreciate so much your help, dedication and and determination. All the best to you and yours.

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