Breathe in, breathe out


If it ever feels like too much, take a breath. Take a moment for yourself. Nothing is worth burning out, or working yourself into the ground, or living in a constant state of anxiety. Being overworked isn’t an accomplishment. Taking care of ourselves is too underrated. But it’s also imperative. Find the right balance. We don’t need to be superhuman to have superpowers.

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Inhale. Exhale.

  
Sometimes we simply need to count to three. Inhale. Exhale. When the frustration starts to boil over, or the anxiety starts to consume us, or the sadness starts to overwhelm us, sometimes we’ve got to take a few seconds to breathe. Sometimes we’ve just got to remind ourselves that not all moments will be like this. If we’re having a bad day or a series of bad days, there’s no reason why we won’t ever have a good day. Counting to three won’t wash our problems away but it can at least bring us a little closer to an answer. Because when we breathe, we think more clearly. And when we think more clearly, well, our demons will eventually melt away.

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Take time to think

 
Take some time to think, to breathe. It’s not easy in a world that pushes us to stay busy, physically and mentally. But if we don’t, life will be exhausting and it will take its toll. Take a bath or a long shower to wash away the dirt of the day. Take a walk outside to air out the pollution clogging up your lungs. Take a journal and pour out all negativity with the ink of the pen. Take to the floor and meditate to let go of your worries about the future and bring yourself to the present moment. Invest some time in yourself. Take time to be with your own thoughts. You’ll thank yourself for it later.

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Thought of the Day: Recharge

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Everyone has limits. We cannot be superhuman robots all the time. We cannot always cram minutes into hours that do not exist. It’s important to take time to breathe, to recharge, and to reflect. And taking that time isn’t a sign of weakness or incapability. It is a sign of strength. It can be as simple as unplugging for an hour, taking a real lunch break, writing in a journal, phoning a friend, or learning when to call it a day. Or go bigger. Only with these times can we see the flaws and the answers. Only with these times can we refocus and tackle. Only with these times can we come out stronger and in fighting form again. Only then will we achieve our best.

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