Try to take a few minutes just to yourself and see the wonder it creates. When one of my friend used to go on a short drive all by her own, I used to ponder what makes her wander alone without her husband and children. Mused by her action, when questioned her , she just told me to take time off and see the difference in my moods and spirits. And indeed, it worked. This need not be a weekend or a few days out from the family, only a few hours will do the wonder. One need not always think of spending this leisure time outside but can be qualitatively spent elsewhere too.
Everyone needs a 'breather' sometime during the day when they would love to have some moments on their own. This 'breather' moment is a relaxing and rejuvenating one which would boost up their energy level. Even a perfectionist would love to have a break from the traditional routine.
I am sure everyone would love to have a 'lazy day' too. Many would consider their weekends ' lazy days' as they wake up late and would be too happy not to follow any particular routine on that day. Some would prefer to just chill out over a burger and starbucks coffee or just 'window shopping'.
For some, the weather plays an important role in their 'cheer up'. Especially, if it is raining 'cats and dogs', one would prefer to have 'garam garam pakode and masala chai' to pep up the mood and then relax just enjoying the rainfall.
Some of my friends are totally in relaxed mood when they visit their parents for a break. A casual atmosphere always exists there and one gets a total break from the needs of the children and of course the kitchen, courtesy our moms. But, have you ever thought of giving a break to your mother??Please do, she deserves it very badly.
My version of 'lazy day' is, when I finish my daily chores much ahead of the schedule and have the rest of the day only to myself. I love to browse, laze around with a hot cup of masala chai. How about you???? I thoroughly enjoy my 'gym' hours too.
Please enjoy 'few lazy hours' in your daily life and rejuvenate yourself.
'The real problem of leisure time is how to keep away others from using yours' - Arthur Lacey