Do lazy days make you feel rested or unproductive?

Do lazy days make you feel rested or unproductive?

Lazy lazy

Lazy days

Are most productive and help guide the way


Your on the outside looking in

Your vision is broader than the rest of them


You gather your thoughts and study the world

To make sure you have the right tools to do Gods work

Author: Nicole Williams

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5 thoughts on “Do lazy days make you feel rested or unproductive?”

  1. The paradox of lazy days, as Iā€™ve come to realize, reflects the intricate dance of balance in life. Itā€™s a reminder that rest is essential, but so is purposeful action. While it may seem like Sophieā€™s choiceā€”picking one over the otherā€”itā€™s in the delicate harmony of both that we find our equilibrium.

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