Summers arrived and the kids are home on summer break.
How are we going to make it great?
We’re going to make it great by setting aside time for ourselves that’s how!
I have a tendency to slip a little with my self-care when summer comes and everybody is home during the day.
I feel pulled in many different directions and I still have work to do.
Then there is the summer expectation that I put on myself that I should be having fun and taking it easy. This alone stresses me out!
Lazy days of summer doesn’t mean well, be lazy.
There is a balance between work, relaxing, making time to have fun and spend time with loved ones.
Lazy days of summer means to me – be intentional to relax, destress, unplug, refresh, take in the sunshine, the warm air, have fun with family and friends.
We don’t have to wait to go on vacation we can take little micro vacations everyday that fill our bucket.
Here’s my list of Summertime Stress Busters.
I pick at least one a day.
While this list works all year round, I find it especially timely during summer when family and friends may be demanding more of my time and work may not be slowing down.
Want to make your summer great?
Carve out time everyday just for you to listen to what you need and to be with yourself. Fill your soul bucket and restore balance in order to really enjoy summer with friends and family.
I want us to have a great summer! Make time to take care of yourself, your soul and to focus on what really matters and that starts with you!
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