Spring break is not canceled on the beaches of Places In The Home. Reality of late is some serious stuff, which brings us to the necessity of taking a spring break to calm these choppy seas.
The wall to wall pandemic coverage is informative and needed, but my goodness can it be overwhelming.
As it is in design and decorating, balance is key.
To keep the windmills of the mind turning in a positive manner, give yourself permission to take a daily spring break.
Something so simple as wildflowers blowing in a virtual breeze cancels the noise better than a pair of Bose headphones.
Truer words, Lord Byron.
At home and on demand music stations and smooth jazz concerts inspire the inner DJ in all of us to create live in-house concerts and dance parties to beat the band.
Cooking, baking, discovering new recipes and brushing off old cookbooks combats boredom in the most delicious way.
For every evening I indulge in my famous vanilla bread pudding with vanilla sauce, there is a day of slim fasting.
It’s amazing what you can learn in breakfast round table coffee talks.
Reading a good book and the Good Book transports the mind and eases the soul.
Spring is a time of renewal- a season of reminding.
Nature awakens in color and bloom reminding us dark and barren times never last forever.
Now more than ever it is vital to our overall well being to see the good, the beauty, and the best in our every day.
Taking a spring break from the everyday, if only for the time it takes to brew and enjoy a cup of tea, is a relaxing and renewing indulgence.