- Pressure off, peace on. Knowing no emails, Facebook posts, Yahoo updates, or anything else internet related would be checked, lifted a pressure I didn’t even know existed.
- Because many of my to-do’s are tied to the internet, that list melted into thin air but my need for rest was solidified. Yep, I napped!
- Time, conversations—practically everything—seemed to shift into a lower gear, allowing my activities (and rest) to soak in a little deeper.
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Yesterday was John's 18th birthday and I took the day off as well. It was very healthy, and I'm joining you in your weekly sabbatical! Blessings, E
Welcome aboard, Edie! You're one of the most productive women I know, so if you can do it, so can we. How encouraging!
Happy Belated BD to John. 🙂
Well, I didn't do without all day, but I did make it until about 7pm, which is HUGE for me! And for the first time in months and months, I took a nap, too! 🙂
Thanks for the challenge!
Afternoon nap = success! 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Vonda.
Glad to hear it's going so well! Another friend of mine posted about it yesterday, and I've got a post coming on Friday. It's amazing the difference it makes!
I can't wait till Friday's post, Susan! Thanks again for leading the way.
Like I've said before, this computer fast on Sunday sounds great! But like I've said, it's my sanity outlet! 🙂 It's how I communicate with just about everyone…whether through email and/or texting! Love you!
You won't find any guilt trips here, my friend! No need for them. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Jamie!
I love Sundays! I leave my phone on my nightstand and my computer off. I like Sunday naps, too, but I don't take them very often because being awakened by noisy children makes me grumpy. Grumpy's not nice.
Leaving the phone by the nightstand is a great idea! Thanks for stopping by, Tereasa.