Episode 506: “The Importance of Rest & Why We’re Taking a Mid-Season Break”
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In today’s episode, through a question and answer session, we dive into the topic of rest. Rest in the form of actual sleep, rest from our jobs, from school, from social interactions, and rest, even from the work that our healing and recovery requires of us. 


In a heavily digitized world, we are often expected and asked to be engaged—or at least available—at all times. But as human beings who get tired and drained, being “always on” and “always accessible” is an expectation we can’t and shouldn’t meet. It’s honestly something we need to protect ourselves from if we want to lead healthy, balanced lives. And because To Write Love aims to inspire and lead by example, this episode also marks a mid-season break for the podcast so that Becky, our editor and producer, can go on a month-long sabbatical. 


When we say that “we need you here,” we also mean to say that we need you to take care of yourself so that you can be here. We need you to advocate for your well-being, to prioritize things like rest so that you don’t get burnt out to the point that being a “story still going” feels next to impossible. 


Show Notes (Links of ours and guests):


Download a transcript of this episode at twloha.com/podcast.


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Learn more about the podcast and previous episodes at twloha.com/podcast.

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For self-care tips and resources, go to twloha.com/self-care/


Follow and learn about The Nap Ministry at thenapministry.wordpress.com/


Read about and participate in the Black and White campaign by visiting twloha.com/blog/black-and-white-5-0/



This episode of the TWLOHA podcast was hosted by Chad Moses and produced by Rebecca Ebert. Music assistance was provided by James Likeness and Ben Tichenor. 

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