How to Relax - Farris Weinberg October 16, 2007 EH 101-17...

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Farris Weinberg October 16, 2007 EH 101-17 WA#6 How to Relax In this day and age, life passes by fast. Often we can never find the time to sit down and appreciate the amount of time we have to relax. Learning to relax is an important aspect of life. A great leisure session can make the rest of your day, week, or even month that much better. Everyone has their own style of kicking back, here are some of mine. There are many different methods on how to relax. One of my favorites is a bubble bath. First you turn on some calming music, and then you grab a great book. Lay down in the tub with your book and just forget about anything else going on in the world. In this method of relaxing it is key to let all thoughts and worries dissipate. In order for this to work to its full potential though, you must make sure there are no priorities you have to do in the future. But you should try it out, and see if it works for you. Another great way of relaxing is music. Music can many times determine our moods, and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course EH 101 taught by Professor Ms.nelson during the Fall '07 term at Jacksonville State.

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