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YOU-Time AFTER HOLIDAYS

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Don`t you think that after the long summer break, it’s time you also take some You-Time while kids are in school?

Once the summer holidays are behind You, it is time to look ahead to the new Season and the new School Year. Kids are back to school, you are back to work or back to your regular daily routine at home.

The holidays tend to be quite a hectic period, and getting organized after can be even more stressful.

In order to stay on top of the post-holiday craziness, make a plan of the tasks you want to tackle at the very beginning of the new season and new shcool year. It will help you prioritize what needs to be done right away and what you can take your time doing.

But never forget Yourself!

If you are OK, your family is OK and everybody around you is OK! I speak from experience. So pay attention to Yourself, take Your Time and switch off for some time each day … or every second one…. and why not switching off with some exercising?

Count on us, your instructor team at Respirit Pilates and our clients – we are really a fin bunch together

And above all, here you are some more pieces of good advice….to stay in shape, in good mood and especially healthy in your body and your mind
▷ Get enough sleep
▷ Take 5 minutes each morning to just stretch and breathe
▷ Eat healthy and green food
▷ Take 5-minute mini-breaks each working hour
▷ Break your self-care habits into smaller tasks and do one each day
▷ Make a plan of everything that needs to be done
▷ Make sure you keep in touch with your friends
▷ Make room for rest
▷ Spend your lunchtime as sacred you-time
▷ Take a run or a long walk
▷ Wear your pretty clothes
▷ Go to a Pilates … or do other mindful exercises
▷ Create some routines
▷ Take the weekends completely off
▷ Get as much sunlight as you can .. remember, you need a reserve for the long winter
▷ Limit your media consumption
▷ But above all – accept Yourself as You Are
Now, the checklist is there …. so it is for sure easier now, isn`t it?
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