The hustle and bustle of everyday life can drain you both mentally and physically. Between the pressures of work life, the emotional hurdles and unpredictability of the dating scene, financial burdens, empty freezers with no ice cream…you get it, life can be “tough”.
But I’ve gotten a hell of a lot better at noticing when these activities become a serious energy suck and focus on redirecting my actions elsewhere. The last thing you want is to lose your sense of self — which can be very easy to do.
One way I like to refuel and refocus is to escape the confines of the city and spend some time in nature. I strongly believe that nature is one of the best healing tools out there. Its simplicity forces you to focus on that very moment — allowing you to just, be. And it enables you to let go — trusting that the universe will bring whatever and/or whoever into your life if it’s meant to be.
by Chris Garafola, Founder of Stop Breathe Bump.
“Life is too short for bad music.”