A year if anything is to go by the Gregorian calendar widely used in the world, has got atleast 365-days. This days narrow down to months, and eventually into weeks in which one week has got seven days. We spend most of these days in our endeavors of making ends meet by undertaking various economic aligned activities and roles.
After working hard in our daily activities which take considerable efforts and energy in pursuit of individual or organizational goals, we are in most cases mentally and physically drained, when conforming with our daily routines. To create some balance in our body system, it is vital to have at least one of the days in our busy week specifically set aside to re-energize by having some rest.
This day can be well spent by harnessing some of the best moments at your disposal you can ever think of. This entails doing whatever provides you with great references in which you derive maximum joy and happiness. It is a day where you have to ignore all of the possible situations likely to induce or cultivate in you those disempowering emotional states ruled by :fear, anxiety, uncertainty as well as all the insecurities that usually have a tendency of wounding your self-esteem. To make the best from this day, channel your concentration and focus on the available instruments of pleasure. This can be effected by trying to keep at bay all the likely elements of distraction.
It is important to note that there is no specific or fixed amount of resources set towards achieving this empowering emotional states. Use what you have in hand bearing in mind that pleasure varies from one individual to another. What you got may not seem to be enough, but that's little is all what you have. Aim at utilizing your present lot towards maximizing your joy rather than whine and letting the moments slip away, because of inviting discontent-one of the limiting vices on personal growth. Instead grab a packet of popcorns and enjoy the show.