Recharge and Reset

This is a time of year when we can easily keep going like the energizer bunny. For the last few days, I found myself in that mode doing a lot of socializing – visiting here and there. Eating at hours that threw my body off a bit – I typically don’t eat at nights. While I love being with old and new friends this time of year, it can take a toll if I don’t stop for a minute. This week I have been consistently going to bed at what parents used to call ‘ungodly hours’. Not too sure what makes those hours past midnight ungodly. 😁

I got up this morning with some knots in my body and decided I needed to recharge and reset. My mind seemed to be too busy, so I knew it was time to step back a bit. As I opened my garage door, I felt the wind and small droplets of rain on my face. It was 60 degrees, but I needed this and it felt good. Walking is my go-to therapy. I’d usually have company on the streets as I walked through my community – this morning I was the only crazy one out there. Still, I needed this – I had to recharge and reset.

‘Me vs Me’ – Walking Alone

After I come back to center, I’m a better me. I play my favorite songs and remind myself that it is still the most wonderful time of the year. With those holiday greetings and gay happy meetings when friends come to call. It’s the happiest season of all. As we hang all the mistletoe – I get to know you better this Christmas. It is true that I’m so sentimental and I do wish you’ll be here every year, every Christmas. The truth is all I want for Christmas is you – my family and friends.

***Thanks for reading- Take some ‘me’ time – Your loved ones will have a better you.

Published by Restored Heart

An educator, author, a mom, friend, and a girl who loves that Her heavenly Father loves doing life with her. Passionate about introducing others to the Christ who heals hearts among other things....

7 thoughts on “Recharge and Reset

  1. I say, ditto, ditto, all I want for Christmas is my family. Let’s make the best of the season and don’t forget the real reason for the season

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