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Slow Down Every Once in a While

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Take time out to relax and enjoy life

Take time out to relax and enjoy life

It can feel like life is passing you by, and if you don’t ever take time to stop and smell the roses, it can go by much too quickly. Society in general is so fast-paced; you may find yourself running 100 different directions at once.

Sometimes you have to rush everywhere to meet all your commitments, but if you don’t ever make time for yourself and your family to relax and enjoy one another, then you’re missing out on the most important things.

Don’t let a busy schedule get in the way of living your life to the fullest. Running all the time wears on the mind and body, and it will eventually drag you down. You have to make sure there is quality time built in regularly, when you can just enjoy the world around you.

Whether you relax by going to a park or museum, or you need a little time to just be at home, you have to do something to slow down your life every once in a while. Human beings are not built to be constantly on the move, and there is no excuse for letting leisure time be the first thing you cut.

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Early to Bed, Early to Rise …

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

In today’s fast-paced world, it can be easy to skimp on sleep. However, your mind and body will eventually shut down on you if you don’t make sure you get enough rest. Going to bed at a decent hour should be a priority.

Between work, family, and social obligations, it can be difficult to get to bed and get your required amount of sleep. And it may seem like that coffee wakes you up enough to get through your day, but your mind and body are still not operating at full capacity if you’re not sleeping as much as you should.

Getting enough sleep is essential to functioning throughout your day.

Getting enough sleep is essential to
functioning throughout your day.

Sleep is a valuable tool to reset your body and brain. When you go to bed at night, it is your chance to get rested so that you may start all over the next day. When you don’t get enough sleep, you can never quite get caught up.

Of course everyone will have a short night here and there, but whenever possible, you should allow yourself at least six to eight hours of time for sleep. Your thinking will be clearer, your afternoons won’t seem as long, and the fact that you’re well-rested will show in your work and how you deal with your relationships.

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