Here’s How You Can Plan a Wellness Sabbatical at Home to Relax
We have all heard of wellness sabbaticals where you travel to exotic destinations to relax and rejuvenate. But what if you cannot travel now? What with the rising Covid-19 cases, the pandemic is not over yet. So, it makes sense to find time to relax and rejuvenate and treat your home as an exotic locale. But is it possible to rest and repose at home? Of course, it is possible if you follow these tips.
Make a Schedule
Your daily schedule can help you navigate through the day with greater ease. If you do not know exactly how to go about things, then find out about some of the activities that you would like to do. For example, you can imagine a wellness sabbatical in Thailand or Kerela in India. You can plan a wellness sabbatical and include it in your daily schedule to start making healthier day choices.
To stay true to your wellness path, you need to nourish your mind, body, and spirit and create a true wellness sabbatical. You can schedule every hour of your day right from the time you wake up to your dinner activities. You can even plan an evening relaxation schedule to prepare you for a good night’s sleep.
Plan Your Space
Another aspect of including planning around your wellness space; can properly help you get an amazing sabbatical experience. Of course, you will need a comfortable, well-lit, and quiet place, but you need to include the right accessories. It may include workstations, meditation, free weights, chairs, essential oil diffusers, and salt lamps. When you have so many items around you, it can encourage you to pause and practice all the wellness pursuits.
Focus on Energy Audit
You may be exhausted, but you do not know what is causing the energy depletion. For this reason, you need to do an energy audit. This will tell you what is sapping your energy. Then start saying ‘no’ to the people and situations depleting you. So, it is important to cancel the all-important meetings and appointments. This will increase the duration of your at-home wellness sabbatical.
Plan Your Food and Beverages
Finally, you need to plan your meals, snacks, and hydration while planning your at-home wellness sabbatical. The first part is staying hydrated, keeping a giant pitcher of fresh-infused water. You can also make different combinations with seasonal fruit and herbs to make it a refreshing change in your life. When you focus your time and energy on listening to your body, this also helps you focus on the relatively quiet moments of your life.
Have the healthy snacks ready to go: in other words, eat more fruits and veggies to choose processed foods. Your wellness sabbatical needs some shopping. So, plan some healthy food options, things that are easy to cook and may not stress you overtly. Meal prepping can help you relax as well. It can be one way of practicing mindfulness.
The Activities to Include
There are plenty of options for you to try during an at-home wellness sabbatical. However, it is important to include a few things you should keep in mind. First, you should avoid watching or following the news during your sabbatical leave. You can catch up on some of the episodes of your favorite TV show, but it is important not to overdo it. It is important not to fall back on your old routine. Trying something new and happening can help you unwind and focus on what you are doing right now.
So even if you do not meditate regularly, don’t let it stop you from including it into your wellness sabbatical week at home. However, one thing you cannot ignore is to sleep during this time. If you are losing quality sleep because you are too stressed, this is the time to rectify your old habits and correct them. Try other strategies such as morning stretches, long walks, doing long body walks, practicing deep breathing, and rest.
Have you ever taken a break to stay at home? Then now is the time to practice it and enjoy the good things at home when you don’t need a reminder to stop you from enjoying a cooking session or email notifications to stop you from enjoying a karaoke session! A break in the true sense of the word.
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