Recharge Your Soul

Being able to recharge your soul – and your mind – is something that we take for granted. We tend to ignore doing this, even though we need it often. We don’t want to take time out to recharge, to relax and unwind. We’re busy, you know. We have deadlines. We have places to go, people to network with. There are emails to check, and social networks to keep up with. Who has time to recharge?

I am lucky to be spending the next few days in beautiful Hawaii with several friends. While this is a business trip, I know that I will also find plenty of time to relax and recharge my mind and soul. Just sitting in my hotel room, looking out at the amazing scenery will likely do the trick. I don’t see things like that out the windows of my office!!

Not taking time out each day to just breathe can affect your health, both emotionally and physically. Even if you only give yourself a half hour of “you” time every day, make sure you take it!

What do you do to recharge yourself? One thing I do is to read.

10 thoughts on “Recharge Your Soul”

  1. Glad to hear you talk about re-charging. You’re so right, we just don’t think about it enough. When I look at the celebrities & pro atheletes loosing their marriages because of “busyness”, at what cost will real “success” come? Perhaps it’s the cost of taking time to rest and reflect.

    Be refreshed in Hawaii, and may you come back more focused than ever – with the Eye of the Tiger!

  2. I like reading books it – t does re-charge me.

    A quite retreat is the best for me. Sorrounded by nature is even better. Going to Hana or Keanae is Maui is a good place for this, but even in the city we an find a quiet place.

    Glad you are here on Hawaii for a “vacation” Chris!

    🙂 Liza

  3. I like reading books it – t does re-charge me.

    A quite retreat is the best for me. Sorrounded by nature is even better. Going to Hana or Keanae is Maui is a good place for this, but even in the city we an find a quiet place.

    Glad you are here on Hawaii for a “vacation” Chris!

    🙂 Liza

  4. I like reading books it – t does re-charge me.

    A quite retreat is the best for me. Sorrounded by nature is even better. Going to Hana or Keanae is Maui is a good place for this, but even in the city we an find a quiet place.

    Glad you are here on Hawaii for a “vacation” Chris!

    🙂 Liza

  5. When I need to recharge my soul, I paint. I grab my supplies and spill myself onto the canvas. Works like a charm… but I’m running out of room on my walls!

  6. Thanks for the reminder on this. I hope people take your good advice. I just came back from an excellent camping trip five hours from my city. Swimming in a lake, watching hawks dive out of the sky, eating fresh cherries, laughing with my friend til the wee hour like schoolgirls, playing with our kids… It all makes a huge difference! I wish you a great recharge!

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