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A Lazy Saturday

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Besides working out this morning I did absolutely nothing productive today.

No cleaning.

No laundry.

No work.

I didn’t even cook!

I went to the gym, came home, ordered lunch, cuddled with the 4-year-old while watching cartoons, napped, did puzzles, played memory, ate leftovers of lunch for dinner, talked to mom and watched football.

That was it.

This was the only photo I took.

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I find I need more and more days like this. They re-energize my soul.

Tomorrow is another story, however. I have a local 5k I signed up for — and totally forgot about — at 8 a.m. Then I open the gym at 10 and we have yoga at noon. After that I’m not sure. I have a feeling I’m going to repeat today but I should probably clean and do laundry.

We shall see.



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Discussion

There are 3 comments so far.

    Mary

    November 14, 2015

    Good lord, these days should not be such rarities, or something to comment on as different or out of the norm! We ALL need these days (adults and kids alike), especially in this overscheduled and overstimulated world we live in, when stepping out and down out of the nonstop merry-go-round should be a regular and happily embraced occurrence, necessary to mental health. Instead we are made to feel guilty (“I was lazy” or “we took a day off”) rather than a quiet day of recharging and relaxing. Seriously, this is a BIG problem in our society, and a dangerous one. Not only should we “allow” and “indulge” such days, we should actually encourage and celebrate them. They are what we ALL need to live happy and fulfilled lives.

    Shannon

    November 15, 2015

    Sounds like just what you needed-especially when facing down the holidays! I’ve needed a few of those days lately,too. Usually I am always on go, but lately Star Wars and Battleship with my boys have been calling.

    SS

    November 15, 2015

    Sounds perfect!!! Listened to your heart and your body and your spirit!! I think for me so much of what prevents me from living in the present, is wondering, “is this what I should be doing now? Is this the best use of my time now”. Learning and trying to say more of yes!!!