Even though I would not ever want to be back in this situation, I am grateful I had a burnout and that it happened to me as it gave me a very valuable lesson: to make time for myself.
How often do we say we do not have time?
How often do we disregard the signs our body is giving, thinking that ‘it’s just a phase’ or ‘it will be over soon’.
I learned to not only listen to my body,
But also to take time for myself to recharge my batteries.
If you’re watching TV in the evening, stop watching, even for one hour.
And if you’re not watching TV, because you just don’t have time,
What about starting your day one hour earlier?
Think of what you could do with that one hour:
✅ Read a book
✅ Exercise or go for a walk
✅ Learn something new
✅ Or spend more time with your family
One hour per day = 365 hours per year!
❓❓❓ Have you ever thought of what you could accomplish with these hours❓❓❓
These hours can be YOURS and YOURS only
So that you can really
✅ Fill in your ‘energy tank’
✅ Feel better
✅ Be healthier…
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