Animals Do you have animals, such as a dog, in your home? Lucky you! You can spend the most relaxing breaks with animals. 61. Walking the dog (even if he doesn't have to) Pack up the dog and take him for a walk for a few minutes. (Even if you just got home from your morning run.) 62. Cuddling the dog Snuggle up to the dog for a few minutes. This is reassuring and dogs are great warming pads, especially in winter. 63. Play with the dog... 64. ...or train him right away 65. Give him a treat Mine loves bananas or cucumbers. 66. Brush his fur Grooming during the lunch break? Why not! 67. "Adopt" an animal Don't have any animals of your own? “Borrow” a dog from the elderly neighbor and take it for a walk.
Walk with alpacas ...and you won't be the same person when you come back. See if there is an alpaca farm near where you live and sign up for a hike. 69. Watch birds Go out and watch seagulls screeching, ducks croaking or geese cackling for a few minutes. Especially when they have fluffy offspring in spring/summer, they are more exciting than any mobile number list Instagram feed.Then you can even put up a bird feeder and watch the birds from your window for a few minutes. Pause type #8 people If you have to be “social”, then with people of flesh and blood. 71. Have a chat Do you work in a co-working space? You often automatically take breaks when you get up and chat with others about the weather for a few minutes. 72. Go out to eat with a friend... Are you working alone in your home office? Have lunch with a friend who is also self-employed.
Sit in the coffee shop Have a coffee, watch what's going on around you for a few minutes or chat with the barista Sit in the park And if it can't be a café, then maybe a park bench? From here you can watch other people (in a non-creepy way of course. 78. Spend time with your child If the child can't go to school and mom can work alone, we like to spend lunch together and walk the dog. 79. Go to the gym Do you live in a larger city and have a gym subscription? How about a sporty lunch break? At noon it's probably less busy than in the evening anyway and you can chat with the trainers in peace and get training tips. Or you make an appointment with another person to train. 80. Plants are your best friends.