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Back To Our Regular Programming

I remember back in the day, after a breaking news segment, the reporter or news anchor will say '... now, back to our regular programming.', when they ended their news cast. I feel very much the same when I'm coming back from a vacation. Granted, I've posted quite a number of articles before this one, I feel at ease knowing that I'm embracing the tranquility of repetition.

So I'm back at work after a vacation which I wrote in five parts:

* First

* Second

* Third

* Fourth

* Fifth

... which brings me to my question, do you prefer just one long winded post or is it fine to break down an event or topic into smaller posts? I'm just curious.

Anyway, as I wrote earlier I'm going to go back to embrace the tranquility of repetition - work, dominate, train, dominate, go home, crush it, repeat again!!! LOL!

So yeah, I'm back to work (or art least pretending to work, LOL!) and here in Persona Paper, I'm back to reading, replying, and posting. All in a day's work that I didn't miss when I was on vacation. Don't get me wrong, I love doing what I'm doing but sometimes I want to be doing something else. Don't you ever want to break out of the monotony of things? Or do you always cherish the tranquility of repetition?

Oh and by the way, back to our regular programming!

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MelissaE wrote on April 4, 2015, 8:36 AM

I treasure routine. Even when on holiday, I like a routine.

allen0187 wrote on April 4, 2015, 8:56 AM

As much as I treasure routine, there are days that I yearn to break away from it.

allen0187 wrote on April 4, 2015, 9:02 AM

My thoughts exactly &AbbyG . I'd like to break down my vacation posts either into specific days or specific events/places.

paigea wrote on April 4, 2015, 9:05 AM

My routine had evolved into nothing but the laptop if I spend a day at home. Vacations help me get out of that rut, think about what I am doing, and realize I am not happy with this routine!