Relax, dear readers. It’s time for another relaxing installment of The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally.
In all these years of trying to relax into living non-judgmentally, I’ve written only one other blog post with the word “relax” in the title — Day 552: It’s time to relax. Not surprisingly, I wrote that one previous relaxing post when the New England weather was relaxingly beautiful and I was with Barbara, my relaxed and relaxing friend.
What helps you relax? What makes it difficult to relax?
When I’m focusing on the future rather than relaxing into the here and now, it can be difficult for me to relax. It’s difficult for me to relax, right now, because this week I’m flying 1400 miles to the Mayo Clinic to consult with a new cardiologist which, for me, is not the ideal way to relax.
Yesterday, I took this photo when I was trying to relax with my boyfriend Michael:
I’m relaxing, now, remembering Michael’s comment: “That’s easy for a rock to say.”
Relax! I’ve got more rocking photos from yesterday.
It’s easier for me to relax at home, especially when I’m listening to relaxing music.
Worried I’m so relaxed I’d forget to thank all those who helped me create this post and also you for reading it?