It may be a good idea, and it’s not just on weekends anymore!
Remember: Sleeping and eating well is vital for your overall well-being; as is exercise, like swimming (which works wonders too!).
Also, remember to take time seeing the back of your eyelids after reading a lot (especially if it’s done on a bright screen).
Start this day with purpose, and try to look at it from the perspective of being a traveler on a new and wonderful journey.
To say this is the first day of the rest of your life may seem simplistic, but indeed you may be about to begin a whole new amazing chapter.
It’s important to let go of regrets from the past, and stop reliving moments in your mind that can’t be undone or redone.
Focus instead on what lies ahead.
The next few months can be filled with great opportunities to reach a destination that you had emotionally abandoned. And that’s good news!
Don’t you think so? 🙂
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It’s as though we live in a world where instant gratification is the expectation. At the same time, we’re all so distant from each other.
We communicate through text messages and email. We rely on cell phones in place of actual in-person meetings. And we live vicarious lives through reality TV.
You (as well as I) can have something we want very much now, but we can’t expect it to just materialize on our doorstep.
We’ll have to get it the old-fashioned way, and you know what that means.
And since it’s #TravelTuesday on Twitter, I’m wondering whether you have a map.
I’m a nice #jewishgirl from the Catskill Mountains in NY who’d love 2be there one day!
The site advises tourists to visit the Western Wall
Jerusalem has been named as one of the top ten tourist destinations in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards.
The Israeli city is seventh on the holiday website’s annual list of the top Culture & Sightseeing Destinations in the World.
Jerusalem, commended for its “profound cultural and historical significance,” is ranked higher than London on the list.
The site advises tourists to visit the “major sights” but not to forget to “walk through the streets and simply immerse yourself in the daily life of such an ancient and revered place.”
Both the Western Wall and the City of David are suggested as places to visit.
Florence appears in first place, followed by Siem Reap in Cambodia and Washington DC.
Last month Tel Aviv was described as one of the ten best beach cities in the world in a National Geographic survey.
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