I have had a bit of a crisis recently. I’m not sure whether it is my new job or feeling like I want more out of life or just generally feeling in a rut. Anyway, when I feel a little lost, and most unlike myself, I tend to isolate myself from the world. The start of 2014 was full of bereavement and stress, despite the fact that I had secured a new job based in London, I just felt unsettled, out of sorts and emotional.
This morning, I went for a walk in a little green space near my flat as the sun looked so inviting. I needed to clear my head and get myself together, motivated and relaxed. I took a stroll, watching the joggers and dog-walkers go by. I listened to the boisterous chants of the children playing on the jungle gym and swing set and the gentle humming of bees hovering over daisies and daffodils. At the risk of sounding any more poetic, I think that it is safe to say that I had a most therapeutic walk and returned back to the flat feeling calmer. It’s amazing what some fresh air can do isn’t it?
What do you like to do when your hard working batteries need recharging?