Taking care of our physical and mental well-being is an essential piece of our writing progress.
Rest and relaxation are things that we know we need, but sometimes “life” takes hold and we have to put it off. For writers, this can be further complicated with extra work hours, kid’s activities, and to-do lists that interfere with our writing time. So fitting in relaxation is like parallel parking in the tightest space. Both can be done, but could be difficult without effort and determination (and maybe a stroke of luck).
Mental Health America and Psychology Today emphasize the importance of rest and relaxation on the mind and body. When the brain’s maxed out, it affects cognition which is the mental ability to understand and process information. From a physical standpoint, when the body’s worn the amount of energy to complete tasks is limited or near non-existent. If a writer can’t think
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