The best kind of Saturdays are lazy Saturdays.
You stay home in your PJs, doing light housework at a leisurely pace.
Nothing is rushed. Everything is enjoyed. And you wish there were more days like this one.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m all about working hard and playing hard.
But I’m starting to wonder if the drive to be busy is why most things in life–even passions–become burdensome.
My creativity level is higher when I have more margin. So is my energy level.
The idea that everything is urgent needs to die.
Very few text messages, emails, and phone calls are important.
We don’t have to scramble around, ignoring what’s going on around us to check our phone each time it goes off.
You don’t even have to take pictures of everything you do…
Maybe your Facebook page will be boring, but if that’s the worst thing that happens you’ll be fine.
We all need to be more intentional about creating margin, breathing room in our schedules.
I encourage you to schedule in a lazy day.
You won’t regret it.