Do something good for your body and soul...

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…because it’s well deserved. We all with our hectic lives, always online, available and on the road, we really need to take a break from time to time. Just for ourselves – for our body and soul. I may repeat myself when saying that, but I will keep saying it anyways. Because it is important and we often forget about ourselves.

We always want to deliver what we are supposed to do. In our job, in relationships with our friends or partner, in society in general. We have the pressure to meet the standards or to beat them. We aim to be better than others or to deliver more quantity, better quality and so on. In life in general it’s always about competing, about challenges we are facing day by day of which the most we create even by ourselves. 

And don’t get me wrong, it’s not bad, that we like challenges and competing with others. Because, this is what brings the most out of us, the reason why we improve ourselves and getting better and better. Without competition we wouldn’t develop our skills and wouldn’t improve the results. This is not only common in sports, but in every part of life. 

However, as much as we love to work hard, to get better and higher and richer (either in money or experiences) it is also important to take breaks. To have a time-out, where you don’t do anything but relaxing and all the things you want to do if you only listen to your body. Relaxing your body seems easy though. But it’s more important to relax your brain, too. To disconnect from work, to have nothing in mind about obligations, work and task to do. 

Either by reading something, going to the spa, hiking in nature or just staying in bed all day long. The list is long and the most important is, that you do what fits you best and you love to do the most. 

Take care & write you soon…



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