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Romance/Love: September 14, 2022 Issue [#11549]

 This week: Let's have a Break!
  Edited by: Samberine Everose
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1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
7. Removal instructions

About This Newsletter

Hello everyone, I’m Samberine Everose and I'm here, one of the regular editors in the Romance/Love Topic of the WDC Newsletter, and just like I've been saying I will not be tired in expressing my thankfulness to all the beautiful people here in this wonderful community of writers for not only helping us to improve our writings but giving us also encouragement and inspiration every day. *Smile*

Sometimes having a break can ignite togetherness.
Here are three things to consider on how to have a nice break. *Bigsmile*

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Letter from the editor

Let's have a break!

I remember one of the teachings of my grade school teacher about a bucket, that catches only a drip from a faucet, she said that there will come a time that this bucket will become full.

This story inspired me to create my newsletter this week in which the said story gives me a lot of meaning and one of these is I'd like to link it to our romantic life whether that be in fictional or in our fictional romance story.

that even if we only receive a drip in the romantic aspects of our life,
a drip here are those challenging, struggling parts that sometimes consume our energy or faith
and there will come a time that we will reach the "fullness, that causes dullness or boringness to our self that affects our romance life.

We need then the decluttering or
the pouring out -
and yes we need the break!
to breathe,
to regenerate,
to be refreshed-
to spruce the flame that one's quenched by the dripping drops.

There are three kinds of breaks that I would like to emphasize here-

*Tackb* 1. Vacay Break-
Is the changing of the atmosphere.
The atmosphere can sometimes rule us- our emotional, intellectual and physical.
When we change the atmosphere by literally changing the place we can forget a while the things that cause the clutter-mess in our minds.
Metaphorical vacay can be - changing or shifting to another on those things we usually do.

*Tackb* 2. Space Break-
This can be personal, sometimes we need to be only with ourselves to breathe, to heal to be close to the One who created us.
This includes meditation, praying, reading and listening to God's Word, and journaling or pouring out through writing.

*Tackb* 3. CeleBreak-
This is one also of the good breaks,
We have to celeb break, even how simple the achievement or victory that we celebrate,
we can celeb break with only ourselves, with our special someone or with the community. This is the time to reminisce, to appreciate things, especially those it took milestones before we reach them.

We really need a break!
for the purpose of decluttering the things that are in our mind,
so that we will return back,
to as good as new, just like before
and restart, all freshen up again.

And now as we reach the 22nd year Anniversary of our WDC home writing place, it's good to celeb break not only the every year metamorphosis of our writing space but most especially our improvement with our-self every day with God's goodness and each one's good friendship. *Heart*
Samberine Sig.
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Pieces for you to ponder

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Ask & Answer

Our Question for this week Newsletter:
What is your favorite kind of Break? and why?

Our Question from "Romance/Love Newsletter (August 17, 2022)
Do you usually incorporate in your romance story the said three elements of time?
What do you usually use, and why?

Thanks for all your comments. *Heart*

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Until next time.


Samberine Everose

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