So many people want to know what it means to be seriously carefree? You can interpret that phrase many ways. To me, it means to take your wellbeing seriously.
As adults, we have so many responsibilities. We could go hours, if not days and weeks, before we do something for ourselves.
I prefer doing a few small things for myself throughout the day rather than hope for a whole day to just unwind.
The other day we had a rare snowstorm. I paused adulting to go play in the snow. Watching it collect on the branches and trying to catch flakes on my tongue brought back my childhood excitement and wonder.
I felt energized and renewed. Happy. It only took 20 minutes to change my outlook on the whole day.
Be spontaneous. Seize opportunities like these. Your tasks will be there when you are done, but the opportunity, like melting snow, will be gone.
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Danielle Joy Jarkowsky is a Pacific Northwest blogger, copywriter and photographer. Follow her blog at SeriouslyCarefree.com Instagram @SeriouslyCarefree and Twitter @seriouslycaref2
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