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Take Time to Relax this Weekend

It’s the dog days of summer.  That time of year when the days are still long, the nights are warmed from melting asphalt, and the dogs are counting the days until the next haircut.
 
It’s too hot to commute.  It’s too hot to work in the garden. But it’s not too hot for a trip. 
 
It’s vacation time.
 
It’s time to relax. 
 
My version of relaxing may not be everyone’s.  I recently found myself on a train with my feet up staring out the window and watching Canada roll by.  I did this for days - partly because the train was really delayed and partly because the country is huge.  To be honest, the endless delays on Via Rail did stress me out at the start, but I was here to rest and see the scenery.  It turns out that being forced to relax can sometimes be the best thing for your mind.  Once I accepted that any plan could be changed I was able to enjoy the extra care-free time.  Summer is beautiful across the country however long you are in it.
 
When the weather co-operates like this, there’s no better time for time off.  For many, this is a long weekend.  Are there chores you can put off?  Can you spend a day or three at a lake with the family or friends or even by yourself? 
 
It’s not always easy to carve out time.  There are always demands for you and your time.  But, couldn’t this be the weekend to take time to relax?
 
Have a great long weekend and a great couple of weeks.
 
If you missed the last Expect Everything, read it HERE.
Paul is a professional speaker and writer with an odd background of corporate work, arts management, training in adult ed and counselling, singing in the opera, and acting. He creates and delivers very funny keynotes, including the one-of-a-kind keynote "The Ultimate Ending / Paul's World Famous Conference Ending Summary".

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