Tuesday, February 5, 2013
This post is a continuation from Feb 1st. -- so to bring yourself up to speed just scroll down to that date.
If you work a typical 8-10 hour day (not including a hefty commute) you probably don't have much time to do something for yourself, or at least you don't think you do. Remember from my earlier post -- the most important thing in life is to stay healthy and part of that is to focus on staying grounded throughout your day?
Are you sitting behind a computer screen at work? maybe sitting in a cubicle? Time can get away from you when you are on the computer...I know it happens to me all the time, but I am working on taking a break every hour for 10 minutes. If you sit for hours and don't walk around periodically, it affects your health. You don't have to walk all the time, instead do some yoga stretches at your desk.
If the weather is nice spend time outside during lunch. Maybe spend 5 minutes meditating or read something inspiring.
When you get home make yourself a green smoothie...it doesn't have to be anything fancy... my favorite easy-to-make smoothie is:
1/4 cup orange juice
1/4 spring water
blend and drink up
put your feet up and relax for at least 30 minutes...or what I call decompressing from work.
Now you have the energy to do what you normally do in the evening. Before bedtime...turn off the television and read (nothing scarey or dramatic) and then when its time to turn out the lights, imagine yourself sleeping peacefully.