Of relaxing and the Weekly Wrapup

Jun 25, 2012 · 2 min read

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I can get pretty wound up and being all relaxed is tough for me. That's most likely why it takes me such a long time to get in sleep. My mind is roaming around and I remember stuff I *should* do.

However being able to relax is essential for health. It gives the whole body, especially heart, a break. Trying to keep up with everything is nothing but sick.

I just heard about a person who's work is lots of meetings. Meetings after meetings. Previously, when she noticed she was going to be late from the next meeting, she used to get running. At some point she noticed that wasn't good for her and she changed her whole attitude: Instead of starting to run, she would now slow down her pace if she was going to be late anyways. Cause what's the point of running.

That's what I'm trying to do. Slow down, since there's no use to try and catch that imaginary bandwagon. I'll still be running. Just not after anything.

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Suomeksi (In Finnish): 

Olen aika kireä tyyppi ja relaaminen ei onnistu minulta mitenkään helposti. Kuitenkin rentoutuminen on tärkeää terveydelle. Se antaa koko kropalle ja erityisesti sydämelle tauon. Kaikessa mukana pysyminen on vain ja ainoastaan kipeää touhua. Kuulin juuri henkilöstä, jonka työhön kuuluu kokoustaminen. Kokouksia kokouksien perään. Ennen hänellä oli tapana pistää juoksuksi, kun hän huomasi olevansa myöhässä siitä seuraavasta miitistä. Jossakin vaiheessa hän muutti koko asennettaan: Juoksemisen sijaan hän alkoikin hidastaa, jos kerran oli myöhässä muutenkin. Sitä minäkin yritän. Hidastaa, koska ei ole mitään pointtia yrittää pysyä niillä kuvitteellisilla kärryillä. Aion kuitenkin vielä juosta. En vain juokse minkään perässä.

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