The older you get, and the busier you get you have to find time to take care of yourself. Here are some things I enjoy to do.
Read the bible and pray. There is so much you can't answer on your own, and there's a neat book written . Basically a life handbook.
Find quiet time. Whether it's to read, yoga/stretching, writing, painting, kicking a soccer ball around. Give yourself time to think with no one else around.
Stretch and work your body. Make it move.
Putting your phone down at night and try to go without it. The anxiety of refreshing is real and not a friend.
Girls, take off that bra when at home. No explanation needed.
Deal with things and avoid procrastination. That just is going to build up and be a grey cloud over you.
Be productive in a day. Reorganize the junk drawer, makeup, reorganize your magazine collection. Whatever it is, if your surroundings are organized it helps your Brain feel a little more at peace.
Do what works for you!
As in my last post, my mom and I went to Holland for the Tulip Time Festival and on Sunday we decided to explore a bit. That included us driving north to Grand Haven, and then back down through Holland the South Haven. Then we were already that far south, we decided to head down to Indiana for lunch with lead us through random Lake Michigan cities and before we knew it we were heading all the way out to my mom's old high school, and across the street from Illinois. Impromptu trips, are the best trips.
I've been going to Holland for years. I went to the Christ in Youth conference when I was in High School for a week every summer. I even bring my family back least once or even twice a year. Of the 6 years I have been going to Holland i've never managed to make it for the Tulip Time Festival. So when my mom told me her and I were going I was stoked. And here is a few pictures from our little adventure in Holland.