Do You Take the Time to Relax After Your Workday?

Word,Relax,Made,Of,Letters,With,Flowers,On,Wooden,BackgroundDo you decompress after you get home?

Recognizing how much time you need to relax when you get home is essential. When you walk through the door, do you need to be immediately on with your family?   Taking time to make the transition to home can be as simple as a 10-minute routine that will move you into a more relaxed mood. If you have children, it may take effort to train everyone you need time to transition to home.

Maybe you can hug the people in your life and tell them you will return shortly. You can be creative in thinking of ways to carve out this time.

The important awareness is that most people need transition time from work to home.   Even if you live alone, having a transition relaxation routine helps you carve out a better evening.

If you relax on your commute home, then this may not be necessary. However, the transition from work and home most people need.

When you carve out that time, you can release thoughts around work and be present at home.

What is your ideal weekday amount of time you need for relaxation?

Do you incorporate time in the evening after a long workday to relax?   If so, what helps you relax, and does it help you release inner tension? How much time do you need?

Some people take walks, work on a hobby, read, and spend time with family watching a movie.   It’s about building in relaxing time at the end of your day. How much time you need depends on the type of day, how long it takes you to relax, and whether you are indulging in activities that relax you.

What helps you release physical tension from your day?

There are many ways to release physical tension, such as exercise, meditation, reading, hanging out with the family, or talking with a friend.

You know what works best for you. It’s crucial to practice releasing tension daily, as absorbing and carrying it around only accumulates daily, and you add stress to your life.

Your Thoughts

Do you feel it’s ok to carve out time to transition from work or a commute to your home life?   If not, why do you think this?   Is it more about creating a change with you and your family?

Women’s Group Topics

It is a great topic to explore how each member feels about carving out time daily to release tension and incorporating relaxing time into their daily life.

Be well,

“To fully enjoy the ‘richness’ of our lives, we need to stop long enough to visit with ourselves.”
(Pat Brill)


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