Sharing – How I Misunderstood the Meaning of Rest

Sharing – How I Misunderstood the Meaning of Rest

I say this applies to all forms of self-care because we have a culture that tells us all the time that being productive and getting things done is the entire basis of our value as human beings. Naturally, we look at activities like resting, eating, and other forms of self-care as a necessary part of being productive, but we never see their value on their own. We’re resting because we worked hard during the week or because our bodies are exhausted and need a refresh before returning to it. We eat because we need the calories to burn. We meditate so that we can focus better on our work. We spend time with others to build relationships and extend our network. We read to seem interesting to others.

We never do things just because we want to.

Shared Links (weekly) Dec. 31, 2023

Shared Links (weekly) Dec. 31, 2023

Shared Links (weekly) Nov. 5 2023

Shared Links (weekly) Nov. 5 2023

Online Education – Not Just for Tech and Career Skills

Online Education – Not Just for Tech and Career Skills

I’ll admit it, if you asked me where online you could educate yourself about Mental Health and self-care, LinkedIn Learning and Coursera wouldn’t have been at the top of my mind. Thankfully, the Make Use Of website knows better. They’ve shared some recommendations on courses you can take online: