5 ways to recharge

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Recharge

Monday was just a few days ago, and your work week is not over yet. You feel down, tired, stressed and the week-end is way to far away? You feel like you need a vacation right now? I have 5 tips for you to recharge, break the routine and feel fresh.

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Read a book [Image credit]
1. Read a book. We all have a list of books we want to read and it always seems like we don’t have any time for them and time just passes by. After dinner, make yourself a cup of tea, grab a cozy blanket and immerse yourself in a new book from your list.

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Take a relaxing bath [Image credit]
2. Take a relaxing bath. You know that bath bomb you got long time ago that looks too pretty to be used? Yes, that one – use it now. You deserve a colourful, delicious, relaxing bath. Can be combined with reading a book.

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Binge watching ‘Sex and the City’? [Image credit]
3. Binge watch. As with books, I bet you have a list of movies or TV series that you feel like you have to see (if you are one of those hasn’t watched ‘Friends’ or ‘Sex and the city’, now is your time). Just like with books, watching a movie/episode can relax you.

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Tiramisu & Coffee [Image credit]
4. Eat your favorite dessert. Yes, we all have that one time a week when we eat our favourite dessert, because that’s our cheat day. But if eating a piece of tiramisu or a mini Magnum ice cream makes you happy, then why not? Can be paired with binge watching, but be careful to switch to fruits or tea after your little dessert.

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Take a break from technology [Image credit]
5. Disconnect. After work, don’t forget to turn off your email notifications. To really relax and enjoy me time, take a break from social media and your phone (especially if you are reading a book or taking a bath). Nothing bad will happen, trust me 🙂

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17 thoughts on “5 ways to recharge

  1. All great suggestions to help you unwind, especially unplug. We spend a lot of time (especially as bloggers) worrying about who has responded to your post and what they think, but it’s much better to forget about it and put the iPad, iPhone, or computer aside. I definitely am realizing I need to do some of these things and more importantly make the time for it so it happens!

  2. This looks so amazing! And that tiramisu! Problem with me though is that I love a hot bath for about 5 minutes and then get bored and too hot and need to get out haha x

    1. me too!! I always feel too hot in the bath. Maybe because I have no windows to open and cool down the room. Otherwise, just the process of preparing a bath and even 10-15 minutes can help 🙂

  3. Great post. I think it’s important to take some time out for yourself and relax a bit. Thanks for the amazing suggestions.

  4. Nice post – and just what I need! Especially the disconnection with technology – So Monday I will go to the jungle for 8 days, swim in the river, relax in my hammock, roast fish over fire, sleep under the canopy and wake up to the sound of howler monkeys! It always feel like a 3 weeks break when you fully disconnect with everyday life! 🙂 Thanks for a great post.

  5. Taking a break from technology is a must, you’re so right!
    Personally, I read a magazine and drink a delicious macchiato.
    “Merci” for this lovely post!

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