[fr] Journal. L'effet des vacances.
So, here we are again. I’m back with my familiar feeling of not wanting to get up in the morning and crumbling under “too much to do”, and some of them unpleasant things at that.
One of the reasons the mountain works (like the beach, I guess), is that it’s a space where I can’t physically do a great number of these things. Hah! I’m finally understanding the point of going on holiday.
Could I decide that I’m on holiday except for (say) 6 hours a day? I have the impression that would not work. It took me a day or so to “switch off” — more mysteries of the brain to delve in, I guess.
In any case, one benefit of this holiday (even if the “effect” doesn’t last long) is that it’s reset my standard for being “relaxed”. I remember what it feels like, now. And that memory is going to help me not get too carried away into stress and frantic activity.
I’ve decided I was going to back-post these “offline entries” to roughly the moment I wrote them. So, don’t be surprised if you see past posts popping up here and there (I’ve posted those that I wrote during my vacation, so now all you should expect is a night late).
Welcome to my series on trying to figure out some kind of balance in life.
- Brain Space [en] (2009)
- There is Work and Work [en] (2009)
- Back Home [en] (2008)
- The Zeigarnik Effect and Open Loops [en] (2015)
- Busy Week [en] (2009)
- Getting Things Done: It's Just About Stress [en] (2007)
- Blogging Inertia [en] (2011)
- A Year of Chalet Mini-Holidays [en] (2009)
- Greta 2 [en] (2011)
- Back Online [en] (2008)