7. Downtime doesn’t feel unproductive to you.
Hear that? It’s absolutely nothing! Mondays are often my recharge day.
Weekends are busy with family, shopping, church work, and/or church socializing – and for me, that’s draining. I’m fortunate to work a part-time job so I most often end up catching up on ME on Mondays. I’m sure my husband doesn’t really like hearing that…sorry, hon!
Today was gorgeous outside, but I just stayed in until I had to run an errand or two before picking the kids up from school. The dog, as always, was my lazy companion. He’s a Pug, so it’s just in his nature.
There are some days where being unproductive is frustrating. Usually it’s those days where I have a clear goal in mind for the day and just about anything and everything pops up just to spite me and my plans.
Lazy days I am perfectly fine with doing nothing. And by doing nothing I mean no real goals. I’ll work on laundry a bit, take the dog out, prep supper, make sure the dishes are done – I’m not a complete waste! 🙂
After a busy couple of days, I need to recharge in silence and at my own pace.
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