Rest, Relax, Repeat

There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them.
(Sylvia Plath)

It's important to pause and evaluate a day's work, to recognize when enough action items are complete, and acknowledge when it's time to power off. Life has been clicking away at a beautiful pace lately, and I feel fortunate to have stimulating projects to work on in my career at the office and in my web work at home.

The response to my reflections on college life was heartwarming, I'm grateful that so many of you shared thoughts on what you miss from those 'good old days'. It's nice to know that we have these feelings of nostalgia in common — and certainly that there are ways to incorporate parts of what we miss from college in our lives as adults today.

I encourage you to carve out time for yourself. Make it a point to do something this week that you would have done back then.

Tonight, I'm putting my recommendation into practice. It's been a long day, and I've accomplished plenty. If I were in college and had homework assigned, this would be one of those rare times when I'd do the bare minimum right before class the next day.

Instead of replying to emails and working on blog content, I'm going to...

Rest. Relax. Repeat.

Weeds Season 5 is On Demand and I'm noshing on chips & salsa. I'm sipping on wine and leisurely wandering through my Google reader. I am taking it easy and letting my battery recharge in preparation for an early morning trip to the coffee shop tomorrow, where I'll glad that I'm not hastily finishing my homework!