ISSUE #31

Pursuing Balance

Happy Friday, everyone.

 

Here are some sinister developments on Rahaman Writing:

                                                       

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Over the last few weeks, I have been writing for my current freelancing contract by day and working on my personal projects at night. It has been wonderfully productive on both fronts but I've recently realized it's been over a month since I took a day off and I'm starting to feel a bit worn down.

 

Happy and healthy, but a bit tired.

The Baron of Beholders' Writing Tip #20:

 

Remember to take breaks!

 

I pride myself on being able to work long and hard. All-day, every day. But, I don't need to. Neither do you. Once in a while, take the morning, afternoon, or night off. Or, better yet, a whole day! Maybe even two!

 

When you get back to work, you'll feel refreshed and full of new-found vigour. The kind that could help you not only accomplish your tasks but overcome ones that you were having trouble with before.

As the Aetherians get used to life upon Mount Oros, Athos and Cais discuss a topic the former has been curious about since the destruction of Temptes Equit at the wrath of the colossal crimson eel: the nature of the core of a flying city.

 

A Soul; A Heart

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