As you have heard me say before, it is essential to take time for rest and relaxation, no matter what your profession is. But it is particularly wise to do if you are a caregiver Last month, my husband and I went on a 16 day Mediterranean Cruise with some friends, mixing life celebrations with vacation. A cruise enables you to not only be on a floating hotel, but to enjoy some of the perks of that experience.
A big perk for me was having various ways in which you can pamper yourself available on the ship. My husband and I indulged in a couple’s massage, which he thoroughly enjoyed. Letting a week lapse, I went back for a hot stone massage and a pedicure. After I had the hot stone massage, I went into a room that had heated stone lounge chairs where I allowed the works of the massage to penetrate deeper into my body as I looked out over the sea…when my eyes weren’t closed. What a treat! I wanted to take one of those chairs home with me.
When I travel I enjoy experiencing various types of massage therapies. I hope that you take time, on your vacations, for indulges and escape from the family for a bit to pamper your body, mind and spirit. It does wonders for rejuvenation and your peace of mind.