Posts Tagged ‘Relaxation’

So Far That’s Been Once

November 30, 2020

I don’t want to take the day off, but in the spirit of “putting my money where my mouth is” after last Friday’s post, today I plan to be putting my body where my hammock is at every opportunity.


November 27, 2020

I think I need to relearn how to relax.

Recognizing The Irony Helped Me Relax . . . A Little

March 12, 2018

What’s the irony level for getting frustrated for getting stuck in traffic on the way to an appointment to help you relax?  Painful?

Painful sounds about right.

Heck, I May Not Even Use A Hook

January 5, 2017

Some day I’m going to take up fishing again, but I’m only going to focus on the parts of fishing that I enjoy, so I’m not going to bait my hook.

They Have A Point Though

August 22, 2016

It’s not a good sign when relative strangers start sizing you up and telling you that you need to relax more; but it’s a worse sign when they are obviously unimpressed with your protestations that you’re doing the best you can:

“I relax every chance I get!  The other day, in fact, I sat outside alone in the sun for twenty minutes, and . . . why are you looking at me that way?  Twenty minutes is a long time when you share space with a five-year-old!”

Weekend Plans

August 29, 2014

With the weekend coming into sight, one thought in particular keeps coming back to me:

What do you do when you know your friend most akin to Bruce Banner keeps making quiet inquires expressing concern about your stress level?

If you’re me, you make a “Get SMASHED!” joke you don’t really mean, then admit to yourself it’s time to relearn yet again how to be relaxed.