Over the last two months, we have taken a deep dive into what it looks like to find good rest and create habits that force you to slow down. The best part: You don’t have to sacrifice productivity. I have found time and time again that I get more done when I am rested and can put my all into whatever I am doing. As I write my last blog post for this project, I don’t feel like I have covered even the tip of the iceberg on the power of rest and would love to continue to get better at it.
As finals week rolls around, I really feel like a hypocrite writing this blog. I still have nights where I have to stay up late to get all of my homework done (never later than midnight because I’m not a night owl!). I still have days where I barely have any time to myself because I’ve signed up to do too much work and haven’t set good work-life boundaries. But, I really do feel like I’m getting better at rest or at least I am more mindful of it– I hope you are too!
So now what?
Instead of leaving you all in the dust, to pick up your old workaholic habits, I have a resource that I ran into today that you can try alongside me. It’s from John Mark Comer and it’s a practical companion to his book “The Elimination of Hurry”.
Thanks for staying tuned with my blog over the last couple of months! It really has been such a joy. This guide will serve as a roadmap to using what you learned in this blog to find good rest and create lasting habits.
Over and out!