Do it!

Find a “vacation” moment every day.

This is important. I need you to stop whatever you’re doing and read this.

I see you trying. Trying to do the right thing. Trying to stay open. Trying to hold on. Trying to let go. Trying to find your flow. Trying to stay afloat. Trying to meet each day. Trying to find your happiness. Trying to find balance. Trying to love yourself. Trying new things and new ways. Just trying your best.

I see you. Because I’m there too, we all are.

It’s tough friends. And it can all feel like a lot.

The Loadshedding. The Rat Race. The Joneses. The toxic people (who would like to talk to the manager). The Crime. The Corruption. The Zumas. The Shuddups. The too much month left at the end of your money. The list of “a lot” that never seems to stop.

Yes, it’s kak but I recently heard someone say that we need to find a “vacation” moment in every day and I think this is vitally important right now, especially for our collective mental health.

So, whether it’s a minute of “mindfulness” or a walk outside in the sun. Or listening to your favourite song. Or speaking to your mom. Or catching up with a friend. Or reading a couple of pages of a book. Or watching an episode of a series. Or just sipping a cup of coffee quietly.

Find a moment to step away from the madness. From the trying. From the troubles. From the weight of the world. Find a moment for you. Find a moment to think about what you’re grateful for. Find a moment to remember what sets your soul on fire.

Who knows? Maybe reading this was that “vacation” moment you needed.

Deep breath in. Unclench your jaw. Let your shoulders relax. And just let it all out.

Published by thetimessite

I’m the founder of Enjoy Weekend Guide. Running multiple businesses has its challenges, yet I love it. I’m also the CEO/Founder of Mountain Creek Coffee, family- owned business. So just a little about me and my endeavors that keep me busy.

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