As a retired senior, I’m lucky that I don’t have to go through the daily grind of a 40 hour work week any more. Even so, there are still times when even retired people need to take a break . Sometimes, reading a book, calling a friend, or watching an old movie is just what I need.
Other times, I need to get out in nature in order to soothe my soul. Whether it’s walking out into my back yard, taking a walk through the neighborhood, or getting in the car to do something new , there are plenty of things I can do outside to take a break.
When I’m busy at home, if I need a short break I can go outside to see what’s happening in my own back yard.
In the evening, I love to stop whatever I’m doing to watch a beautiful sunset.
The beach is my happy place, and any time I can get my toes in the sand makes me happy.
Getting out and exploring somewhere close to home is a great way to take a break.
When we’re traveling in the RV, there’s no better way to take a break from driving, sightseeing, or hiking than relaxing right in our own campsite.
For longer breaks, taking a trip and experiencing new places is the answer.
Thanks to Tina at Travels and Trifles for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Taking a Break this week