The narcissism of time-outs

I’m taking a time-out from blogging and all social media.
Logging out of all accounts. Deleting apps and short-cuts. Turning off notifications
No big reason. Just need to …?

The irony is, of course, that it’s narcissistic to announce this on the aforementioned platforms, because it assumes anyone would give a toss.
I hope y’all will miss me, but frankly I’m not sure I have anything to say at the moment, and don’t seem to have had for a while. My fragile, needy ego wonders if anyone will comment on this post, but I shall attempt, at least in the short term, not to find out.

Thank you to everyone who still reads this. As far as I know you’re good people.
Love yourselves And, if you can, those who you want to be loved by.
See you1 on the flip side. (Does anyone k ow what that actually means?)

11 Responses to “The narcissism of time-outs”

  1. Hope you’ll be OK!

  2. When things are more positive? Or toastier, like when you flip a pancake? (Yes, I like food :P)

    Take care AM

  3. šŸ’‹šŸ’‹šŸ’‹

  4. Have a good break – yes, I cannot read all the time. But when I can get a moment to read – I will miss you.

  5. Take the time to reconnect with yourself. It’s important!

    “Catch you on the flip side” was a trucker phrase – the flip side being the return trip on a trucking run. (US-based, at least as far as I know).

    *Looks like we got us a convoy….*

    Take care

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