Some days, it’s good to shut people out. Even the most good-meaning, loving ones. And give your inner voice time to reset.
Some days, it’s good to acknowledge yourself for the path you have walked without prejudices of doubts and regrets of action or inaction.
Sometimes, it’s good to have no one and nothing on your mind. So you can just relax with yourself. Truly. Completely.
Once in a while, just pause to live in simple aimless things.
Lounge around in pyjamas, make yourself a cup of coffee.
Open the window and let the fresh breeze dance in the house.
Just spread yourself on the cool floor and feel your muscles go mellow.
Just let it all be and let it all go.