JOMO for Midweek: Small Ways to Unplug and Recharge on Hump Day

“Joy comes not from having everything, but from being content with the simple things and finding peace in missing out on the unnecessary.”

– Unknown

JOMO is all about taking small moments to prioritise your own well-being and find joy in the simple things. So if you are wondering how to add a little JOMO to your busy week, here are some ideas:

  1. Water your plants

Take a few minutes to tend to your plants and give them the love and attention they need. Not only is it a great way to destress and connect with nature, but it can also help improve the air quality in your home or office.

  1. Cook a nourishing meal

Instead of grabbing a quick bite to eat, take the time to prepare a healthy, nourishing meal for yourself. Whether it’s a salad, stir-fry, or hearty soup, cooking can be a meditative and rewarding experience that helps you connect with your food and appreciate the flavors and textures.

  1. Practice mindfulness

Take a few moments to practice mindfulness and focus on your breathing. Close your eyes, take a deep breath in, and slowly exhale. Repeat this process several times, and try to clear your mind of any distractions or worries. Even just a few minutes of mindfulness can help you feel more centered and relaxed.

  1. Take a nap

If you’re feeling tired or run-down, take a power nap to recharge your batteries. Set a timer for 20-30 minutes, find a quiet and comfortable spot, and close your eyes. When you wake up, you’ll feel refreshed and ready to tackle the rest of your day.

Remember, JOMO is all about finding joy in the small moments and taking time to prioritize your own well-being. Whether it’s watering your plants, cooking a meal, practicing mindfulness, or taking a nap, there are plenty of ways to practice JOMO even when you’re short on time. So go ahead and embrace the Joy of Missing Out – you deserve it!

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