It’s Saturday morning. Rainy and chilly, I tiptoe across the living room carpet, coffee in hand, hair thrown haphazardly into a messy bun. I breathe. After a week of running fast and hard, it’s finally quiet. No more hustle. Just me. It’s a refreshing change of pace, but I find my mind spinning […]

via Enough: my battle with the hustle, the stress, and the busy, and how I found rest — Scattered Journal Pages

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