A SWEET HIATUS

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You know how sometimes you stop doing something for a while and everyone is harassing you in the most loving of ways and you’re all like “yes, yes, soon, I promise” and then you don’t do what you promised, so you procrastinate even more?

Ah hem…that seems to be what I have done with this site…

Blogging is a kind of habit – like eating paleo or jogging. The longer you don’t do it, the harder it is to make yourself get back into it. But, like eating healthy and exercising, blogging is good for me – so here I am holding my nose and eating my broccoli.

You will be excited to know, that although I have been very quiet, that is not a reflection of what is going on in my physical reality.

If you remember back a few months ago, I was embarking on a journey to invest time and energy in my career and figuring out exactly what sort of work was right for me. In no way content with a subpar 9-5 existence, I decided to investigate how we possibly decide what to do with our precious time.

Since then, the layers of knowledge and inspiring, helpful people have rolled over me like waves in perfect succession. It is true what they say, when the student is ready the teacher will come.

Since I spoke to you last, I have made some amazing and supportive contacts, have decided I may take a sideways step in my career and I have arrived at a business idea that has me more and more excited every day. I have also started to educate myself on my finances and how to take more responsibility for my own money matters.

So in no way has it been a dull couple of months.

Anyway, I am easing myself back in with a short “hello!” and “I’m still here!” and a large dose of “sorry for being slack AF”.

Looking forward to a proper catch-up shortly and letting you in on all of the goss.

Much love XX

Photo: My own

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Hi, I’m Katie. I am a kiwi neuroscientist with a love for consuming and creating content. This site is where I share my personal thoughts and the thoughts of incredible minds from around the world. PhD in Neuroscience, University of Otago.

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