And you, Tell me, What Would YOU do?

Tell me, If you had 30 minutes to relax right now, what would you do?

Me, I would grab the book I have been trying to finish for the last 6 months, "Catching Fire", and get reading.
And if I lived by the beach I would read with my feet in the sand. Because everything is better at the beach.

Photo from our families trip to La Jolla, January 2010.

Why should we find 30 minutes to relax, read this to find out.


  1. I got Catching Fire the week it came out for my birthday. It was one of the few times I told my husband that I was finishing it within two days for some me time. I loved it even more that Hunger Games. Mockingjay comes out in August, I can't wait.

  2. I would sketch & paint. It's hard for me to relax enough to do this on a daily basis.

  3. I can't believe it has taken you so long to finish "Catching Fire". I am pretty much declaring a mom's vacation when "Mockingjay" comes out so I can read it and not feel guilty about everything that isn't being done. I may have to do a major housecleaning ahead of time to prepare.

  4. I would read or spend time in my craft room. I have an awesome craft room, but it rarely gets used and it so disorganized right now. I would love to have 30 minutes to play in there! Btw, finish Catching Fire! It was really good! Can't wait for #3!

  5. I took 30 minutes and read Catching Fire today. I should have made time for it sooner. It is great. I told my husband that I will be finishing it this weekend. He knows what that means.

  6. Go for a run. . .no time to exercise today...blast!

  7. Ooh. I really want to read the Hunger Games trilogy, but I don't take time to read much lately. That is probably what I would do, but 30 minutes would turn into 3 hours so fast because I have a hard time putting books down when I start them!


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