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I strongly believe that its important to reward yourself. Most of us so caught in the hustle and bustle of our life, we don’t think about taking time off to do what we love to do, that help us relax and make us happy.

To many people the idea of rewarding oneself or taking time out to pursue a hobby may sound very selfish. Many feel guilty that they are putting their needs before that of their parents or children. There are also people who make us feel guilty when we think of taking the “me time.”
Look at it this way, if you are a parent you would sacrifice your time, and comfort to put the needs of your children first. If you are a young adult, you make efforts to make the dreams of your parents come true.

I truly believe that there is no harm in being kind to yourself once in a while. There is no need to feel guilty about it to when you make a lot of compromise to make lives of your loved ones easier.

My simple suggestion is DO SOMETHING THAT WILL HELP YOU RELAX AS WELL AS HAPPY EVERY SINGLE DAY. BE KIND TO YOURSELF. EVEN ENJOYING A CUP OF TEA ALONG WITH A BOOK CUDDLED UP IN THE CORNER SOFA  IS A REWARD TOO.

Here I am taking a some time out to read book Never Gone by Anusha Subramaniam. Will give you the review regarding the same in my subsequent posts.

It was  possible only because my Darling Husband willingly took our Daughter Delight  to the park within our residential apartment for playing.

I borrowed this book from my friend Nirali Shah, who lives in the A-wing of my residential apartment. She bakes cake and has a venture registered under the name Cocoa Butter. Now and then I order chocolates from her.

So when do you find time to do what you really want to do? How often do you reward yourself?

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