Unplug, Unwind, Relax, and Recharge Your Creative Batteries — Daily Quote


This week overflowed with hustle, bustle, and problems to solve. I attended intense meetings, navigated personal dynamics, and invested early mornings coupled with late-night work sessions to move a large project toward the finish line. I climbed the exhaustion mountain, and I earned the tee shirt to prove it. While I enjoy meeting and interacting with others, it is a huge mental drain. I make small compromises, bowing to the group consensus, and read individual emotions to ensure everyone is happy and having a good time.

I long for the opportunity to follow my heart, with no need to consult anyone. Being alone is a precious joy. Would I care for another cup of coffee? Why, yes. Thank me. Calmness washes over me. My shoulders relax, tense muscles unclench, and I can breathe. A warm blanket, my current book, and silence helps me find a comfortable position in my favorite chair.

The freedom to do or not do as I see fit allows me to hear my inner thoughts. I think about my interactions, contemplate conversations, and take notes of new ideas, record things I don’t want to forget, and remind myself of further questions I wish to clarify. I realign the pieces that complete me.

How do you refuel?


Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

13 thoughts on “Unplug, Unwind, Relax, and Recharge Your Creative Batteries — Daily Quote

  1. Restorative time is so important. We need to shut off certain lights at times. I tend to do it by scrolling through NFL videos on Instagram, which isn’t what all the gurus suggest! Also, a round of disc golf.
    Loved reading this and I’ve missed your words!

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