Squared – SQ133
You need to take the time to do nothing. The work day can be busy, insanely busy, and sometimes it feels like there are not enough hours in the day. On those days, you have to take time to do nothing. Giving yourself 10, 15, 20 minutes of doing nothing can help you get through that hectic day.
I didn’t think of this on my own. I read it the other day and then realized those days where I felt best once I got home were the days I broke up the work hours with a little bit of nothing. Maybe I sat at my desk and stared up at the ceiling tiles. Or I went for a couple of laps around the building during lunch. Whatever you do, you are not thinking about work. Let your mind wander. Maybe read a chapter in a book, sit outside and watch the clouds roll by, or grab your camera and see what you can find.
The last one is what I did yesterday. I walked the periphery of the parking lot lot looking for subjects for my macro lens. It was a great way to break up my day. I also found quite a few interesting images. I found this spider in the bushes in the front of the building…
I used to go on a 20 min walk in the neighborhood behind our building almost every day. Taking a camera would have been fun. Love your spider.