Time Outs As Treats

Solitary time is missing from our daily schedules. Those restorative, reflective moments when we can appreciate, take stock, problem-solve, meditate, or pray have been eclipsed by smart phones, shared calendars (that others shoehorn appointments into for us) and a general feeling that time must be filled to be functional. But let’s not be trite. “Time is money” is so 1980s. So Michael Douglas in “Wall Street.” Today, time is no longer compared to money or even precious metals. (Silence, however, …


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One comment on “Time Outs As Treats

  1. Larry Zehnder, CPRP on said:

    As a certified parks and recreation professional we often are labled workaholics because we understand that it is our duty to work while others play! We know the importance of health and fitness and program for the populous but often neglect our personal lives. This article hits our challenge squarely, “do you have what it takes to do nothing”. Thank you for the reminder which I will share with our staff who often have short memories when it comes to this topic!

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