I'm in an interesting situation - I'm burnt out at my current job, and after a lot of thought, have decided to quit and take a little break. I've put this off cause my team was short staffed through most of the time I've worked on this role, and we're at a place where my co-workers will do fine with a little polish, though my most of my current team has been here less than 3 months. They're good folks, they'll manage, and tbh, its not really my concern at this point.
The role bores me to tears, there's no career development to speak of and a tech stack I can't really take anywhere else, and I'm basically going to take a few weeks of just recharging, then signing up for some courses to improve my marketability. My current boss is a major factor here, and I've excellent relationships with most of my co-workers as well as the current team. If asked, I'd jump ship, but I feel my current boss would likely be a blocker to it.
There's a new team coming up in future that looks interesting. I worked with their current manager previously, and another manager who'll likely be working with them's excellent. If there's an opening - its very likely one of my current co-workers will get in touch to let me know, and it's an open secret that my current boss and I don't get along, and honestly, while I'm excellent at what I do, I'd love to move on to something different.
I don't want to say a lot. I do want to keep the door open to come back to the organisation in a different role. I'd like to frame it as a mix of taking some personal time, and self improvement.
What should be the main points I should touch on "I'm taking a break, and will be looking at future opportunities elsewhere" kind of resignation?