Monday, 20 June 2016

Monday relaxation








How are you all? It is Monday evening and I have just come back from a walk Jack. It is amazing just how restorative a walk can be. As I walked along a familiar part of the canal, I mentally recapped the day and ticked off things achieved and thought about the day ahead. The worries of the day have fallen of my shoulders and I feel relaxed and pleasantly tired. How do you relax after a busy day at work?






13 comments:

  1. I nap! It's one of the perks of being retired.

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  2. I find my morning dog walk prepares me for the day. At the end of the day, Gin always helps me :) x

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  3. Fabulous photos Christina. I love walking with my camera too. We are quite alike I think. I find it very therapeutic just wandering along immersed in sights and sounds. Have a great Tuesday, hope it's still sunny :) B x

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  4. I tend to do my walking in the morning, it helps to clear my head and I'm ready to get stuck into the day by the time I get back. In the evening, I'm knitting and that's my relaxation. Love your pictures as usual! xx

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  5. I'm with Jo. Dog walk in the morning to think and formulate my plans and a small gin in the evening. Love the reflective image in the water.

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  6. I usually knit, crochet or stitch to relax but I know what you mean about walking. Sometimes I just wish someone else was at home to take Archie for his morning walk, especially in winter when the weather isn't good, but once I'm out there I really enjoy it. Lovely photos.

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  7. I love walking,too. It's lovely to be outdoors after a tiring day at work.Beautiful pictures! Irune

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  8. Retirement brings with it a lot of perks, we can do what we want when we want to do it. I do love a stroll along the dyke.

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  9. It looks like your alk would be very relaxing, to hot here to walk in the evening. I try to knit to relax, most of the time it really helps.
    Hugs,
    MEredith

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  10. Glad you got some lovely relaxing time. A very nice place to go for a walk.

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  11. A G&T works wonders! Not on a school night though :-) Walking is so good for the body and the soul (and the dog) xx

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  12. A good walk with a friend and the dohs helps me put the world to rights. I like to do a bit of hand sewing, knitting or tv watching in the evenings when I can x

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  13. Of course that should say 'dogs' not 'dohs' x

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