Exercise should be regarded as tribute to the heart. ~Gene Tunney
The rewards of taking time for oneself can not be overstated. When you feel you’ve lost your get-up-and-go, that’s when it’s the best time to get-up-and-go with a change of pace. Even daily walks are enough to restore the mind, body and spirit. Exercise is a way to begin the journey towards better mental health. As Victor Hugo once said To rove about musing, that is to say loitering, is, for a philosopher a good way of spending time. From time to time, we all need it!
Even something that seems inconsequential such as a change of routine can make a difference. Many suggestions offered in this article require little to no financial outlay, yet they reap great rewards in terms of lifting the spirit. If you can’t get away for a summer vacation, take time for yourself to wander, rove, explore the great outdoors and put a few of the suggestions from the article on your “To Do List to Sow Your Mind, Body & Spirit.”