Let’s take a break.

It tends to be a busy time of year for everyone, and – often – a strange time of year, as well, for many.

Perhaps for you.

Life can sometimes feel complicated around the end of the year, often accompanied by a nagging fear that you might not get everything done.

Whatever “everything” is, exactly. I mean, organising gifts is one thing, but I hardly think we’re going to solve global warming by December 25th.

So partly because I really don’t want to add to all the “noise” you may be experiencing right now, and also partly because I’m going to be travelling for the next couple of weeks, I thought we’d take a Moodnudges break over Christmas.

I’ll be back in January with an update.

I fly from California to the UK tomorrow (December 18th) to spend ten days with the family.

A week early, therefore, I’d like to wish you a very good, and hopefully happy, Christmas.

Most importantly, thank you for being a loyal and supportive member of our Moodnudges community.

I can’t tell you how much of an honour it is for me to have you here.

See you in 2018.

26 thoughts on “Let’s take a break.

  1. Happy Christmas to you Jon – thanks so much for all your wonderful insights this year. They so often make me stop, think and pause… Peace to you and all your family.

  2. Have a great and peaceful Christmas and holiday. We here in the UK all look forward to hearing from you in the New Year! Thanks for the thoughts and ideas you have shared. I am sure that many of us have learnt and adapted our ways following reading your posts and found our lives more fulfilling. Namaste.

  3. Safe travels, Jon, and thank you for your messages – always the first I go to when I see there’s one in my inbox. Looking forward to seeing you in the new year.

  4. Have a great Christmas break Jon and hope you enjoy the time with your family.

    Thanks for all the Moodnudges thoughts and encouragement they are much appreciated.

    Look forward to hearing from you in 2018!

  5. Merry Christmas Jon! Thank you for your thoughtful insights, which stimulate appropriate reflection. It’s all too easy to get bogged down by persistent negative thoughts, but your helpful suggestions make sure we pay them just the right amount of attention and then move on. Best wishes for 2018 and safe travels over the festive period. Wrap up warm because it’s been particularly cold here in the UK of late!

  6. A very Happy Christmas to you John.
    Thank you for all your uplifting messages and positive nudges. You have absolutely no idea how much you have helped me and many others throughout this year. Hope Christmas is fun and wishing you good health and happiness in 2018.
    Looking forward to more of your wisdom soon!

  7. Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year.

    Jon,

    Hope you have a good time here in England.

    Remember all the good calming thoughts you write for us, say to yourself over Christmas because as we all know it can be stressful.

    Till the New Year,

    Bye for now Pat

  8. Have a great Christmas and best wishes for 2018, and thanks, Jon. You’re a priceless gift to all of us on the receiving end of Moodnudges.
    And a happy Christmas and good 2018 too to the team and everyone, may peace reign in our hearts despite any festive wobbles.

  9. Happy Christmas, Jon, and a safe trip to visit your family. I almost never comment but almost always read and treasure each Moodnudge and I want to thank you not only for myself but all the many of us who read, enjoy, take comfort, and grow from your devotion to mental health. THANK YOU! and Happy Holidays!

  10. A very Merry Christmas to you Jon and all Moodnudgers!
    Have a wonderful, relaxing break with your family.

    Thank you for all the nudges…so timely and I look forward to receiving new ones in 2018!
    Best wishes to all.
    Karen

  11. Have a great break in the UK and I look forward to more ‘nudges’ in 2018!
    Merry Christmas Jon to you and your family.

  12. Thank you, Jon for your wisdom. I can only echo other Moodnudgees in wishing you all the best for Christmas and the New Year, Jon. Go well.

  13. Jon, I have been regularly reading moodnudges this past year and would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for continuing to nudge me in the right direction. I wish you a truly Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
    With love from Australia xx

  14. Jon I’m a quiet reader of moodnudges but I want to say thank you for keeping a steady connection into the ether. It makes a big difference to me. I wish you a great break and a wonderful 2018.

  15. Hi Jon
    A huge thank you for another year of helpful and inspiring nudges. Have a wonderful Christmas break back in the UK . Eat , drink and be merry. May 2018 be a happy and healthy one for you and all your family. Looking forward to your New Year nudges 🎅🏼

  16. Hi Jon, with very best wishes for your Christmas break, and many thanks as ever for all your hard work, creativity, imagination and support over the past year. Kindest regards, Sally S

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