I think we all have that “magic hour” but sometimes we have to watch that hour slowly slip away when it crosses into the “hour of hell.”
Recently I’ve noticed that my “magic hour” has turned into the time where everyone and anyone suddenly are attracted to my quiet time. From phone calls to barking dogs, I can’t seem to get enough peace and quiet to enjoy my most creative time of the day.
Setting clear boundaries, not making excuses for taking personal time, and sticking with the routine are my rules for making more “ME” time. I know that I personally need to have this alone time in order to feel more satisfied with the life I’ve been blessed to have. But it’s sometimes difficult when the world seems to be banging on the door trying to demand your attention.
Please enjoy this fantastic post on “The Magic Hour” by the beautiful blog Winsomehood
Me-time, anyone? Yes, please!
I think you would all agree with me that this has now become a necessity. Just like sleep. What with all the frenzy of our daily lives, it has become such an important time that we set aside for ourselves. But often, what we do during this time is never a question. The real question is when do we actually find the time to do it?
Others have learned to master the art of injecting this precious bit of time seamlessly into their schedule like it was actually a part of their daily IT. When I was still working, I sort of had a touch of this art. Like how I would spend my lunch break at the nail spa at the back of our office for a quick mani or to get my brows done or to make a quick trip to the mall when emails…
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