Everyone needs a break: writers, moms, hospital staff, kids, teachers, doctors, garbage men, artists, etc. You get the idea.
Spring Break came really late this year. This means a couple of things: warmer weather at the beach and less school until the end of the year.
Back to that beach. I LOVE the beach. All times, all weathers, all seasons. A bad day at the beach is
still a day at the beach.
Flying kites, Duck donuts (if you vacation at OBX you know what I'm talking about), eating out, beachcombing for shells, watching movies, board games . . . you get the picture.
Of course, I still have writing/publishing deadlines to meet, which I'll squeeze in between everything else.
Rejuvination is part of balance and promoting creativity.
Maybe you can't take off a whole week to go to the beach. So take a day to do something that rejuvinates you: a museum, art show, hike in the mountains, visit a garden, see a movie, have lunch with a friend, paint that room or furniture piece you keep putting off, etc.
Can't take a day? An hour will do. Read a book. Watch an episode of your favorite show. Talk a walk and chat with a friend. Yoga.
Rejuvination is only limited by your imagination (and sometimes your budget ;) ).
Even Christ took time to be apart from his disciples and demands for balance and peace. If the Savior can find the time to do it, so can you.
What will you do today, this week, to rejuvinate your life?