Monday, August 2, 2010

Taking care of you with a two-minute time out

What are you doing this week to take care of yourself? Consider taking a two-minute time out several times a day. This just reminds you to stop and refuel. Here are some quick and easy ways to get started.

Stop for tea, coffee or a cool drink. Don't do anything else, just sip and relax.

Call a friend just to share a funny memory between the two of you.

Call your spouse or significant other for a quick romantic chat.

Take a walk around the block and free your mind of your worries.

Keep a decadent book or magazine close and stop to read a couple pages. Allow yourself to escape for a bit.

Read a daily devotional or inspirational book.

Journal every day about something special or funny that happened.

These are just a few. What can you do in two-minutes to make yourself more centered?


1 comment:

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