I have long been in the habit of building joy-breaks into the course of my days – allowing myself certain small pleasures for the express purpose of keeping my attitude bright.
— Thomas Kinkade
There must be quite a few things a hot bath won’t cure, but I don’t know many of them.
— Sylvia Plath
When you feel tired, frazzled, stressed or overwhelmed, it’s important to stop and refresh your spirit and nurture your body. During a “time-out,” you’ll rekindle your spirit and perhaps even receive some important insights.
— Joan Lunden
We often think that it’s okay to work on the weekends or during the evenings, especially if we didn’t have anything else planned. But the truth is that all of us need quality time to replenish our energy.
— Mary Lou Retton
Every human being needs a certain amount of time in which he can be peaceful. Peace may take the form of exercise or reading or any congenial occupation; but the one thing which must not be connected with it is a sense of obligation to do some particular thing at some particular time. I had two hundred letters waiting a few days ago and I deliberately spent two hours reading poetry.
— Eleanor Roosevelt