You DESERVE this long weekend. You’ve worked all year for it – and it’s about time you took a little time for yourself.
So, here are some little tips on how to just simply rest and relax this Labor Day weekend. After all, this holiday was created with the idea of rest in mind, right? ?
Here’s my first tip – if it can wait till Tuesday – have it wait till Tuesday. Think about even removing your email from your phone (if you can remember the password). Think about it – if it’s not on your phone, chances are you probably won’t check your email for the next few days ?
Second tip – cook a meal. Now, that might be something you do almost every day of the week, but that’s a “normal meal”. You know, the kind you cook all the time. With this – I’m talking about a gourmet meal – a meal you wouldn’t normally cook. Break down some barriers and try cooking some really unique and different! You might find that this is really relaxing.
Spending time in nature is another great way to relax. We have so many parks in our area, that you can just spin a wheel practically and choose one. Now, this is supposed to be a rainy weekend, so you might want to do this little relaxing trick another time.
My final tip – play some golf! If you really need to, you can picture someone that stresses you out on that little innocent golf ball – then whack the you-know-what out of it. Instant stress reliever in my book!
Thinking of buying a home in Greenville or our surrounding areas? I’d love to chat with you! We’ll find your dream home – together! Sellers – don’t forget to contact me in regards to selling your home too! My email is email@example.com, and my direct phone is (864) 275-3953.
Taste Tickets are on sale now for Bank of America Fall for Greenville. From Fri., Oct. 14 to Sun., Oct. 16, enjoy 250+ menu items from 50 Greenville eateries, listen to 80+ bands across six stages, and sip on wine or beer from 50+ taps. How many tickets are you ordering? ?️
Annual tree canopy maintenance, from Academy to Pendleton Streets, starts Tues., Sept. 6 and continues for 60 days. The work — north of Court Street in the mornings and south of Court Street in the afternoons — includes pruning the trees to remove deadwood and mistletoe. ?
Greenville landed on Lonely Planet’s list “17 of the best destinations in the US to bring your dog.” From walking around Cleveland and Falls Parks to grabbing treats at Blueberry Frog + Woofgang Bakery, the article features pawsome ways to spend time with your pups in GVL. ?
Senior Action (3715 E. North St., Ste. K) has new class offerings on its calendar this fall, including a pilates and yoga fusion class, seated full-body workouts, gymnastics + a class that combines drumming with exercise. (FOX Carolina)Hops and Herons Beer Festival | Sat., Sept. 24 | 3-6:30 p.m. | Conestee Nature Preserve, Fork Shoals Rd. Trailhead | $10+ | Enjoy unlimited beer samples from local breweries along with live music, fun activities, and food trucks in Henderson Meadow. ?
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