What do your
weekends look like? Are they two days of rest and relaxation, allowing a chance
to recharge for the busy work week ahead? Or are they jam-packed with chores,
kids' sports and various commitments?
We know the
laundry needs to get done but downtime is critical to your well-being. This
weekend make a must-keep appointment with yourself: schedule a chunk of
downtime just as you would any other important commitment. Time to get serious
Go Mental: Sometimes a mental break is all that's needed. Meditation, or relaxation
techniques, can clear your head and provide relief from stress, anxiety and
even mild depression. Not sure how to get started? Guided mediation tapes can
be found online that walk you through the process. Practiced regularly, these
moments of silence will recharge you for Monday's hectic pace.
Move It: Exercise is the best form of stress release bar none. Take a brisk walk,
run with a friend or take a morning yoga class. Getting the blood pumping
releases the physical stress that builds up during our desk bound work week. Start
your day off with exercise to ensure it gets done before the day's activities
Unplug: Take a mini vacation by unplugging all your devices. Ignoring phone
calls and e-mails during the week is a luxury that is next to impossible, so
use the weekend to disconnect and savor the free time created from your self-imposed
Give Back: The work week is dedicated to advancing the cause of your company and
career. Make the weekend a time to focus on others; giving time and energy to
others in need is incredibly rewarding and renewing.
Reconnect: Life is busy, work days are hectic. Chances are you don't have enough
time Monday through Friday to connect with your spouse, spend time with your
kids or hang out with friends. Reconnect with the people, and the pursuits,
that matter most during the weekend.
How do you recharge for the bust week work ahead? Do you carve
out time to reenergize during the weekend or are you on an endless chore
treadmill? Share your thoughts here and on the Pendaflex
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