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Relaxation Strategies

Tips for Unwinding After a Long Day

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  • Sometimes there's nothing more relaxing than curling up with your journal.

    Cheyenne Ellis

    These tips have us feeling less stressed in no time. And we're totally trying out #3 tonight — it's been way too long since we looked at photos that weren't digital.

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    Too often, when I need to relax, I find myself surfing the web or plopping down in front of the TV. But nothing feels as good as disconnecting from high-tech distractions and relaxing the old-fashioned way, whether it's reading a book or taking a walk. Here are seven of my favorite low-tech ways to unwind on a busy day.

    1. Write in your journal. It doesn't have to be Pulitzer prize-worthy. Just pick up a blank book and get down what's on your mind, whether it's goals for the coming year (how are those resolutions going?), something you feel guilty about, or something that made you proud.

    2. Read to someone. It's rewarding to watch a kid riveted by your voice, but it works for adults too. Pick a short story or another work of literature you love and read it aloud to your significant other, a friend on the phone, whatever.


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Tips for Unwinding After a Long Day
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