Hi there my beautiful lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. Do you get a chance to recharge after a long stressful day of meetings, and deadlines? Today, I want to talk to you about how I relax and unwind after a long day of work.
Like you, my day involves a multitude of works that keeps my brain busy. There are days when my brain is so fried that I can focus on anything else. My head and eyes keep pounding so bad that I can’t even feel like looking anywhere or talk. My day starts at 3 am in the morning and ends at 4:00 pm. There are even some days when I am so wired that I can’t even close my eyes.
How Do I Address My Daily Long Day Blues?
My friends, I have taken some natural steps to recharge at the end of a long day. One thing that I have learned from the pandemic, is that life is short. In a span of a year, I have lost loved ones and seen others fight for their lives. Well, I saw my mom getting sicker during the pandemic since she couldn’t get the proper treatment on time. I am going to go through that. Life is too short to lose on bad health and stress. It’s time to relax and recharge.
Hence, after work, I give myself just five minutes. That time is just for me and I don’t share it with anyone. Every day after coming home I spend at least 5 minutes doing breathing exercises and guided meditations to bring myself to the present moment. So, what does it mean to be being in the present moment? Being Present means being fully conscious of the moment and free from the noise of internal dialogue. It’s often associated with feelings of stillness and peace. Sensations often seem sharper.
As Dalai Lala said, “There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow, so today is the right day to love, believe, do, and mostly live.” My friends, just a few minutes help me bring myself to the present moment, relax, and focus on what is in front of me and that made all the difference.
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