Day two of the self-care challenge, go for a walk. Like my mother, in her pre-stroke days, walking was more than just an exercise, it was a mode of transportation.
In a letter to me, I will let you know that you have accomplished to be there for parental units, siblings, significant others, friends and your own mini me. It used to be seen as a sacrifice…
There is a list of things I do on my phone before the final alarm goes off to tell me to get my ass up before I’m late to work. On the weekends or days off, that constant view of social media before wiping the cold out my eyes or emptying my bladder is an issue. Why do we connect to the outside world in this way? It’s a drug, at least I think so. This unplug challenge came at a great time, this weekend I will go silent and do things not connected to a hashtag.
There are so many different types of podcasts like there are various genres of music. I listen to these podcasts while commuting to work, shopping or just want to have something to listen to in the background of cooking or cleaning.