I don’t want to go back. I like it as it is now.
I like that feeling.. when I go to bed in the evening and I already know that I will sleep well. I fall asleep without much trouble, because I know that in the morning I do not wait for the race to work. I get up without abdominal pain. I take a shower, drink coffee and sit down to the computer. I work on a blog, I watch webinars, I read books – I generally do it because I want to. In the meantime, I insert laundry, eat breakfast, clean or cook. My days are very varied. There are days when I don’t do anything and that’s cool. I lie on the couch, watch a tv series, make myself a homemade SPA, arrange puzzles with David or so I do today, organize the garden. In the evening, we watch a tv series or a movie together. We spend time together and I really like it. I like this time, this one here and now.
I don’t want to go back to what it was. For eternal solicitation, worry, endless work and lack of time for the family.
Recently, I began to wonder – what gives or gave me a seat at home? And you know what conclusions I came to? I am much calmer, eat healthier, eat more regularly and adjust my sleeping cycle. I do not feel pain in the neck, shoulders and hands. The muscles are relaxed and relaxed. My skin is much smoother and tighter. All discolorations have disappeared – although sometimes I will see individual imperfections (too much chocolate;)) As for me, the same pros.. but that’s not all, take a look below..
What gave me a seat at home?
- I learned how to plan meals in advance
- I know how to shop so you don’t waste food
- I started to pay more attention to what I eat and what quality it is
- I found time to start psychotherapy
- I read books, listen to podcasts – I learn a lot (my favorite podcasts)
- I finally have time to think about myself
- by being online more often I met several super people
- I became an amateur gardener – new skills are always welcome
- I appreciate more what I have around me, because I know well that nothing lasts forever
- I grabbed the camera again and i see significant progress
I enjoy what is and what I have. And I know well that nothing lasts forever, so I squeeze this time like a lemon.
And you know what?
I feel good.