Time To Play
Are You Taking Time To Play?
Finding time to play is important when it comes to managing your stress during your search. Furthermore, studies show that those who have active play or social schedules have 38 percent less chance of getting dementia. Playtime is not a spectator sport; whatever you choose be active in the enjoyment. Finding an activity that you are passionate about gives you a much-needed escape and gives you something to look forward to. this will inspire your creativity, sharpen your mental agility and recharge your batteries. Some recommended stress relieving activities include sports, building, puzzles, hiking, gardening, drawing, writing, photography, music and scrapbooking. Any activity that allows you to get deeply immersed and take a mini vacation in your mind is perfect. think back to when you were a child and recall what you loved to do. then go out and do it! Bear in mind that stress can also creep into the household during these times so it’s a great idea to include your family in the fun. they’ll also get a break and a chance to see that the fun and happy side of you still exists. Female executives in particular struggle to take time for themselves but this is a very important part of the rejuvenation process so let yourself go. Make your playtime guilt free by committing to work very hard and effectively 80 percent of the week. this way your efforts will still far exceed others and you get to play along the way! Do it, you need it and deserve it.
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