Jay Sennett |||

Relaxation

Relaxation at the beginning of a stay-at-home vacation is always difficult for me. I find I want to do the many things around the house that need to be done. Then I just seem to relax into the thing, and I begin by taking a nap, a one hour or so nap, which drifts into two hours and then three.

At the 3 1/2 hour nap mark I know I am letting go of the 9-to-5 hold and slipping into relaxation mode. Sleep comes and I welcome it. The time for a nap and the permission I give myself to do it is one of the best parts of a stay-at-home vacation.

Up next Friends and Beer Gardens Hanging out at Bill’s Beer Garden at the parking lot of downtown home and garden. Saw good friend earlier and improv show at Live. I’m really How to Relax on Your Day Off Excellent suggestions on how to do nothing really well on a day off.
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