A ‘do nothing’ day can be some of my very favorite days. Doing nothing can mean different things to different people. For me it means turning off my phone, not being at the computer, not checking things off a to-do list. Freeing my mind of as much stress as possible. It might mean a nap in the middle of the day. Or reading a new book. Or watching a few or even a bunch of your favorite shows. Taking a walk. Cooking. We live in such a ‘connected’ world, which most times can be completely awesome. But it can also be completely draining. Do nothing days can be incredibly healthy for both the mind, body and spirit. Some of us need them often, some of us rarely. Wherever you fall on that list, embrace those days when you have a chance. Be they one or many, treat them as a sacred time that is yours. Yours to do absolutely as you please—and enjoy the heck out of that time.