Back in December, I posted a little something about how to do nothing. I wanted to encourage everyone to take a little mental health day after the holidays. After all the chaos from Thanksgiving til New Years, we need to unwind.
Well, here we are past the half way mark of 2017. I am realizing that I, along with many of the people I know and love, once again need to schedule a Do Nothing Day. We have longer days and we are trying to fill them with as much living as we can. What we call relaxation looks remarkably similar to cramming things into our calendar because we are afraid of missing out. Continue reading