I think a lot of times people (okay, I) feel guilty when taking “me time”. In today’s world of go, go, go, it can feel selfish, or even wasteful to just relax. But, as Dr. Scott Rollins told me, this down time should actually be an essential part of your daily life.
Dr. Rollins suggests 15 – 30 minutes of scheduled “me time” each day. It could be yoga in the morning, a walk at lunch, or even just participation in an activity or hobby you really enjoy.
Women, in particular (sorry, guys! I’m biased), tend to spread themselves too thin with work, family, friends and other responsibilities. And on top of that, women also tend to feel guilty when taking time for only for them.
Well, ladies, check out the story we did on Friday morning (click here). It might change your mind about the importance of taking time for you.
So, what are your tricks for scheduling “me time?” Leave me your thoughts and ideas here!
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