So, while you are missing some brilliant advice about promoting your work, I'm calling the gang all in. Everybody! Back to your charging dock. We've got to get juiced up again. In case you're too far gone for self-care, here are some ideas to get you started.
Turn OFF all your psychologically-pleasing-rectangular-devices.
Find a closet, a flashlight and a good book.
Nap with a cat or other self-possessed animal.
Play solitaire. (Instruct the Queens, Jacks and Kings that there will be no talking!)
Ballroom dance by yourself.
Go for a walk/hike/kayak/cross-country ski/Ididerod.
Put your hoodie on backwards and pull it all the way up.
Take yourself, a good disguise, and a big, fat magazine out to lunch.
Climb a tree that has a lot of big leaves for privacy.
Go somewhere new and get lost on purpose. Revel in it!
Sit in an empty church, synagogue, mosque, or confessional.
Take a bath with the door locked. Bolted. Chair jimmied under knob.
Repeat as needed.
A word of caution, friends. We are just three short weeks in front of yet another flood of holidays. Rest up! You've got to pace yourselves.
Reporting live from the Comfort Inn, which is way short on comfort, but blessedly quiet--