Weekend Wisdom: No response is often the best response.
I honor my low energy days.
Most days I have lots of focus and clarity and can get a bunch of work done in a short amount of time. On those days, I often have plenty of energy for a hike or a workout, to talk with friends and make a nice dinner.
Then there are the low energy days. We all have them. I don’t always know they are coming, but there is one (every 36 days) I can usually plan on. It’s the day after the infusion I get for multiple sclerosis. The day afters used to be really bad but now I just consider them another low energy day. I used to push through low energy days. You know … no pain, no gain. But instead it was usually all pain, no gain.
Now I find the gain in resting through low energy days. I read, nap, maybe write a little, walk a little. I don’t push through. It’s not worth it. I have nothing to prove.
I know I’ll get back to the good energy days faster if I honor the low energy days.
Ok … onto the favorites:
17 compelling reasons to declutter right now (and how to get started).
Canada got it right with this new prescription for better health.
How to write a love letter.
I am binge reading in 2022. I just finished this book and started this one.
Listen to this if you’d like to take yourself on a date.
Can you relate to these parenting double standards?
This playlist is just right for my low energy day.
When you realize you’ve missed 67 days of your life, this what happens.
This is how I feel about work-life balance.
I’m keeping track of the books I’m reading here.
I had no idea what was happening when I watched this.
The Softness of Black Women.
Not sure I could do it but could you live like this?
What to do when you are bored.
If you are craving transformation, these 10 micro-habits will help.
This week’s Instagram favorite is from @romper for making us laugh. We know how true this is.
I hope you enjoy this edition of Weekend Favorites and have a beautiful, safe, healthy, loving weekend.
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