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Taking a (Brief) Break

You may have noticed that posting has been a little less… robust than usual here lately on The Lingerie Addict. While I love writing the kinds of articles you’ve come to expect from TLA, the honest truth I’ve been having more and more trouble coping with the Seattle weather lately.

February is the time of year when my Seasonal Affective Disorder reaches its peak (or its valley, depending on your perspective). And when getting out of bed and staying out bed all day become major accomplishments, it’s time for me to get a little more serious about my self-care… something I’ve never been too good at, even during the best of times.

I’ll be taking a few days off here and there until the days get longer again, and I’m feeling more like myself. So there may be times when you visit the blog and it’s unexpectedly quiet… the same for my Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and other social media accounts.

It’s always hard to reveal something like this because it’s so much more personal than usual, but I didn’t want you all to think I was resting on my laurels. So please, if I’m a little slow responding to e-mails or replying to comments or getting blog posts up, just understand there’s something else going on right now. I can’t wait to be back at 100% again.

Cora Harrington

Founder and Editor in Chief of The Lingerie Addict. Author of In Intimate Detail: How to Choose, Wear, and Love Lingerie. I believe lingerie is fashion too, and that everyone who wants it deserves gorgeous lingerie.

14 Comments on this post

  1. denocte says:

    Hope you feel better soon. Sending you a lot of sun and nice thoughts :)

    xoxo denocte

  2. Sorry to hear you aren’t feeling 100%, I think everyone gets those times and it is good for you to just take care of yourself. Hoping that you feel well soon. Best wishes to you!!

  3. keikoreo says:

    I second Petra’s comment. We Seattlites need an increase of Vitamin D to get through these gray days. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/living/2017383000_integrate02.html March is usually when my SAD hits the worst, it feels awful to be so drained and dragging. Take all the time you need to feel better! We’ll wait! =)

  4. stevemg says:

    Wait? Not inspired by drizzly grey, or the bone chilling cold on clear day? Tsk. :P

    • stevemg says:

      If you could fix that grammar/typo that would be super: “or the bone chilling cold on clear days?”
      If not, I’ll delete and try again. Sorry and thanks.

  5. There is a lot to be said for the Pacific NW, but honestly we do, all of us, need the sun. Take it easy beautiful, take a little Vitamin D too. There is much evidence that supports the idea that people gifted with gorgeous, dark complexions need a little more help when the sun hides than … well … some of your blotchier friends :)

    Will miss you but am more happy to know you are taking care of Number 1.

    xoxo – Petra

  6. Elizabeth says:

    Short winter days are tough.Take heart that the days are getting longer. And don’t worry. Your blog is still great.

  7. Megan says:

    It is a really big problem over here too, not any fun at all. Take care and make sure you are getting your Vit D

  8. Believe me when I say I honestly and truly know what you’re going through Treacle. Ever since I got sick 8 years ago, the Fall and Winter months have not been kind to me-Not only does the dreary weather (which, by the way would get ANY normal person down) affect me, but that’s usually the time of year I relapse and end up out of commission for days, weeks, even months at a time.

    So I really do understand. And you just take all the time you need-self love and care really ARE very important!

    We all love you! Sending lots of love and light your way :)

  9. Diana says:

    Take care of yourself. I hope the sun is going to shine very soon.
    Regards Diana

  10. Thursday says:

    Hope you start feeling better soon, and come back to us even more excited about pretty things:-)

  11. Shelley says:

    I totally “get it”…take care of YOU..and the rest will follow…xoxoxo

  12. Frank says:

    Taking a break for Real Life?

    Never heard of it ; )

    Hey, you have to take care of yourself first.

    Good Luck and May The Light Box Be With You!
    (Seriously; I’ve heard they help)

  13. Andrea says:

    I have lately been trying & loving infrared beds at tanning places, and I’ve heard they are great for SAD. Let me know if you want to go sometime. Until then, I hope you feel better, and we’ll have a VD date soon. <3

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