Taking A Break

Tight schedules to obey, feeling swamped by many deadlines at work, have to brave the crazy traffic jams every day, need to reboot your brain in between important presentations within a day, juggling to decide which one is the “first thing first” when you have a long list of things to do; just a few from a long list of hectic life that surely makes us wish to have more than 24 hours a day.

The next thing? We long to for  a break. We think about taking a two days off or annual leave so that we could be able to recuperate, to breath again. We so look forward for a simple well-spend weekend to rejuvenate our body and mind.

I know some people finding it hard to take  even a day off because their works so demanding. I have met some people that even don’t know how to enjoy their days off because they have been the workoholic ones.

Hhmm… taking a break has become an uneasy thing to do nowadays. Why? Isn’t it because we have a tendency to complicate our own life? My friend confessed how sadly he has forgotten on how to take a little break that actually it is easy to do in between his hectic life. He, then, shared this reminder on how to take a simple break on our daily life.

I’m pretty sure this reminder will benefit us in a long run.
Enjoy this exercise!

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