How to rejuvenate after a hectic workweek

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The weekend is one for renewal, the days to refresh and restore mind and body for the new week ahead of you. Rejuvenation is essential for the body to unwind from the toxic week that passed and rest and prepare itself for the week ahead, coming back stronger and better. We have put together some unique ways to rejuvenate after a hectic workweek.

 

  1. Pamper yourself

The very first thing we would suggest you do is spend some “me” time. Go for a massage or a spa treatment, get a manicure or a pedicure, or get a facial. Do whatever makes you feel pampered for that day and feel the happy juices flow through your body.

 

  1. Water Zumba

If you are a fitness freak and love to shake a leg, then this one is for you. Look out for a Water Zumba class nearest to you and join in for some fun and frolic. Working out the body, easing the mind and refreshing you for the week ahead.

 

  1. Yoga

Yoga is meant to be practiced in a calm and peaceful surrounding, and your weekdays are anything but that. So, take advantage of the time you have at your disposal during weekends to indulge in some breathing exercises and Yoga. Nothing relaxes your mind and body better than a good Yoga session.

 

  1. Hang out with nature

Our weekdays are spent in the confines of concrete walls, whether it’s our home or office. Why not, find an escape from those walls and enjoy the open wide nature? Trek, long walk, running along the stream, sightseeing and nature photography are some great ways to break the routine of the week and experience some goodness of nature. You won’t regret it!

 

  1. Shut your eyes and reflect

How many hours do you spend with your eyes closed in your waking hours. Spend some time in quite reflection of the week gone by or the week that follows. Spend some me timeover the weekend in quiet reflection and rejuvenation.

 

  1. Technology Trimmer

In this highly digitalized world, we have screens and devices everywhere. Over the weekend try and keep all these devices away. Let the eyes rest without a screen, let the ears rest without the sound of a device, let the fingers rest without having to tap buttons. Read a book, take a long walk alone, spend quality time with that special someone, cook and engage in life, not having a device to disengage you.

 

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