25 June 2009

Time out from stress

We all need a little peace and quiet, but it’s getting harder and harder to find a still corner.


Everyone needs some free time to think, dream and plan. But when our days consist of commuting, driving, managing our homes and working to keep ahead of the credit crunch, quiet time doesn’t even make it onto our list of priorities.

While it may seem like a luxury, a little solitude and reflection is actually a necessity. And if you can’t find a free hour in your schedule, try blogging. Aceso writes about how her blog has become her very own private space, giving her an outlet and a space to reflect.

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All in the mind
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(Health24, June 2009)


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