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30 Day Life Challenge: June 13, Take a Day

2016 is the Year of “Happy” at Lexicon. We’ve taken on the challenge of helping you find more of your 30 Day Life Challengeown, bringing you holistic tips and techniques to help you find not only professional success but personal fulfillment. At the beginning of this month we launched a challenge to get that going.

Day thirteen of the 30 Day Life Challenge

The quote that got this all started is “People don’t go out and live, but they expect life results.” We want you to start getting the results you want; sometimes you have to throw caution to the wind and do something totally unexpected–like…

Take a Day Off

(We did.) You can choose to use the day in any way that you’d like. Relax or research. Drive or drink. Snooze or sunbathe. Sing or be silent. Whatever you do, do it for you. Don’t run errands or do a favor for someone else. Be mindful of what you want to do and do only that. Leave responsibility and guilt at the door and step over the threshold into a totally self centered day, focusing on your own center–your gut–that part of you that is telling you what will be good for you in that moment.

Take a Day Just for You

There is plenty of research proving the benefits of a personal “mental health” day. But really do we need research to tell us what we already know. After working hard every day–whether at work or trying to find work or at our generally mundane lives–a moment to recharge is necessary to reawaken our interest in life.

Take the time for yourself to do something for yourself and just maybe you’ll finally be able to hear that inner voice inside of you that knows exactly what you want out of life.30 Day Life Challenge, life experience

Kate E. Stephenson is a freelance communications specialist whose business encompasses content writing, comprehensive editing and quality resume services. Lexicon is her brainchild, a blog all about Language—insight into today’s job market and hiring tips, book releases and reviews, and general folly concerning the many mysterious facets of the English language and human communication. Be sure to read more about Kate, check out a full listing of services, and enjoy her columns here on Lexicon and on!





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