Social Butterfly Exhaustion

May 25, 2021


It’s so exciting. Things are starting to open up. We’re able to start seeing our people again, and I don’t know about you, but I’m freaking exhausted. It’s a beautiful exhaustion, but nonetheless, I am experiencing exhausting from so much socializing in person and on Zoom. So, this is a reminder that we may not be up to the social schedule that we were a year and a half ago. 

It’s time to give ourselves some grace and time, and it’s okay to say no and to take some space. You are allowed! 

I love you, let’s breathe my social butterflies! XOXO, CAMDW



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