Having recovery time is just as important as what you do when you’re active. You fill up your schedule so much where you have no time to recover and that actually affects your engagement in the task.
It’s something we’ve heard so often, but very few of us actually make recovery a priority. The key is being very intentional about it and planning it into your days.
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If you find yourself in this rut, don’t lose hope — just don’t. You can still get back on track even if you feel like you’re in charge of, or — worse — you’re done and “over” everything. Getting your zip back will involve doing the following 11 strategies.
“Whenever I’ve been in a slump, I’ve discovered that it’s often because I have too much going on in my life,” writes Zen Habits’ Leo Babauta . “I’m trying to do too much.” As a result, “it saps my energy and motivation. It’s probably the most common mistake that people make: try to try to accomplish too many goals at once.