Rest and self-care.

Two of the most important things Spoonies can do. Today I’ve done nothing more than watch movies and rest.

I’m also contemplating a nap. Which will probably start once I’ve finished writing this because all of a sudden I find myself on verge of sleep.

There has been a little Christmas shopping today but only online and for short periods staring at the computer screen.

I do, sometimes get bored with movies, or I can’t decide what to watch and I’m sort of stuck. I can’t go on my computer often because it’s taxing, mentally, it’s also why I don’t read. And I just don’t know what to do.

What do you do? When you don’t want to watch tv, or go on the computer but still need to rest?

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6 thoughts on “Rest and self-care.

  1. It’s TV and crochet for me, for hours on end. Puzzles used to be very helpful too so I pulled one out that I hadn’t done and will, perhaps, give that a go when I find myself continually falling asleep in front of the TV. I also enjoy coloring but that sometimes takes a bit more brain power than I have. I find the tedious sorting and organizing of puzzle pieces to be relaxing.

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      1. Trust me, it’s so much different as an adult! Maybe I’ll post some pictures of what I’ve done. It’s not crayons and a book for me. I use pencils and markers and do lots of shading, etc. Um yeah, think I’ll maybe make an extra page with my projects and get peoples opinions. 🙂

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  2. For me when resting it’s mainly watching TV, napping (however that tends to screw up my sleep schedule so I try to avoid it since I have problems sleeping at night). I also write both in my blog and in a journal, I read, color occasionally, browse on pinterest for craft ideas…sometimes actually do the crafts like scrapbooking.

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    1. My crafting abilities are limited due to my severe lack of artistic talent! 😀 But I’m game to give almost anything a go. I often nap, sometimes it messes with my sleep and sometimes it doesn’t. I haven’t found a pattern.

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