Last week we gave you some tips for time management. Wake can be hectic, but it’s only as difficult as you make it! Don’t forget to take some time for yourself and recharge when necessary; you’ll find you’re more productive!
My shoulders have dropped. I’m breathing deeply.
I’ve really enjoyed a blessed two-week respite, even while still working at the computer almost every day for a few hours.
These things helped:
— Long evenings with dear old friends, people who have known me at 15 or 25 or 40, who remember and pay attention. I love having a long history with people, watching them grow (up) as well. A deeply shared history is comforting to me.
— Being outdoors in warm fall sunshine. Went for a really long hike this afternoon at Warsaw Caves, (thanks to Ontario reader Susan F. for her blog’s inspiration!) and loved seeing all the mushrooms, sniffing the pine needles and coming home worn out.
— Physical activity. I took my first golf lesson, biked, walked, went to the gym.
— A vigorous 90-minute massage. If I were rich, I’d have a massage…
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