Taking Breaks Are Healthy

They Do A Body and Mind Good


Hello World and Happy Day My Friends πŸ€—

Why is it that when we want to take a break from something we tend to feel guilty for doing so? πŸ€”

We are programmed to Go Go Go and we wonder why we either break down or wind up getting the F### It’s.. πŸ™„πŸ˜±πŸ™„

Our bodies and mind aren’t made to go non stop if they were we wouldn’t need sleep… they both need to take breaks … 

Breaks help us get our strength back and help to clear our mind so we don’t get all cluttered and burnt out 😁

So give yourself permission to take a break or two… It will help you get more focused and it’s actually good for you!!!😁.

Have a fantabulous day world πŸ’—

Ricci πŸ’•

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Hello World, My name is Ricci pronounced like Ricky, yet it's been mispronounced all my life and at my age I answer to just about anything 😊 I am a writer, a writer of motivational light. A writer about everyday life. My story is one of hope, inspiration & motivation... One that begins over a half a century ago, when life was much different than it is today. We all have our own story, for each of us is unique. Some have had it easy, some have had it hard. Yet I believe that each one of our stories can bring a bit of light to others and I hope mine will bring light to some of you. My goal is to tell my story with hope that others can see that no matter what happens throughout your life... You CAN prevail, even when it feels like you can't. For I know it's possible for I have and am prevailing each and every day. You are NOT alone... Everything is possible when you believe. Everything is possible when you believe in YOU ❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀❀ https://www.gofundme.com/riccis-healing-journey

2 thoughts on “Taking Breaks Are Healthy”

  1. Right on. When I was doing a newspaper article on sports heroes, there were two things the top pros to whom I spoke all had in common: they took a break every week from their sport, most of them for a full day; and they “played” at it for an hour or so every day they drilled or practiced. The more successful they were, the more time they said they’d spent playing at their sport — just doing it for fun, with no goals set except to enjoy, and the more firm they were about spending a day either resting or doing something very different from their sport.

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