Lazy Day

A day to shut away from the outside world, put on pyjamas and doing nothing for 24 hours. A chill out day and most defiantly a lazy day.

Not going to lie, I do love my lazy day. I mean who doesn’t love spending a day in pyjamas and having one of those off days where you do nothing?

I’m having one of those days right now and its just pure bliss. I should do grocery shopping, go to the gym, put my finance in order and I’m like naaa I do that later or I might indeed leave it for another day. It that kind of day for me where I have no energy to do anything. So in a way, I could call my lazy day, recharging my mind, body and soul battery.

What to do on a lazy day? Honestly, whatever you want. Me, on my lazy day I love nothing better than Netflix, PlayStation 4 RPG games and curling up reading. It just a day to sit on the sofa and let my mind wander. Free up my mind.

I use to work with a lady who was very much a go-getter and constantly on the move. She would never ever sit or stand still.  If I was working with her, she would be 10-20 steps ahead of me while I’m lunging at telling her to slow down. She also never understood the concept of a lazy day, which I thought was strange as I thought everyone was familiar with the concept of a lazy day. This lady would always be doing something or going somewhere, so more then not when she would ask me what I would be doing on my days off, I would reply pyjamas and internet. Her reply would be, that boring and you need to keep moving. I never understood how she has the energy to keep going and how was she able to recharge her battery?

But some people are like that, and that is awesome. I’m just not one of them. I like my lazy day and the freedom to recharge my mind, body and soul battery. I like to think it a very healthy thing to do as otherwise you will get burn yourself out as you haven’t given yourself the chance to take a breather.

My question is, what do you do on a lazy day? Do you also use that day to recharge the mind, body and soul battery? If you don’t mind me, I’m going to get back to my lazy day.

10 Comments
  • Kiarna
    November 9, 2017

    Divine timing! I currently feel like this today! Maybe I should push myself or maybe I should take the time to recharge just as you mentioned! Definitely need some time for a day like this in this day and age 😊

  • Vox
    November 9, 2017

    Awww, that sounds so good right now… I’m up at 4 am, walking the tread and trying to figure out how NOT to get easily annoyed today. I am happy that you had what I like to call a “mental health day.” I will be scheduling one of the for next week. Thanks for sharing!

  • Lacy Ngo
    November 9, 2017

    I love a lazy day. They are so rare now. Last Sunday I had one. I took a 3.5 hour nap and still had no problem sleeping all night. Goes to show how much I needed it!

  • Meaghan Dawson
    November 9, 2017

    With three kids, I never have lazy days! I wish I did. Instead, I recharge with lazy hours–little blocks of time while they are otherwise occupied where I honestly just sit. I might read, I might journal, I might pray…but I definitely just sit. These blocks of time are pure bliss in the otherwise chaos of my life. Great post!

  • Jessie
    November 9, 2017

    I love my lazy days! I honestly just love to curl up with a good book and a cozy blanket 🙂

  • Makenzie Kublin
    November 9, 2017

    You described my typical lazy day perfectly! Since starting Nursing school, I haven’t been able to take a lazy day for myself, but normally they consist of reading a good fiction book, playing video games on ps4, and watching my favorite series on Netflix, like Grey’s Anatomy or Parenthood.

  • Sloane
    November 9, 2017

    Lazy days are the best! No pressure, no schedule, just doing whatever your little heart desires. Bliss. <3

  • A-
    November 9, 2017

    I love lazy days! It feels like something is always happening or popping up last second, so when I get a day off I am making it a lazy day. I need the time to recharge!

  • Elena
    November 10, 2017

    I love my lazy days, and I think that I pretty much do the same thing as you do, Internet, TV Shows and pyjamas 🙂

  • Natalie
    November 14, 2017

    Oh, a lazy day sounds so wonderful! I like to stay in pjs, make hot tea and read…preferably about an upcoming trip. Daydreaming is so much a part of the fun.

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