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How do you relax on a weekend morning ?

Asked by iwamoto (5258points) September 6th, 2008 from iPhone

right now I’m in my bed, fluther on a touch, new Sennheisers on my head hooked to my iPod video, still under the blanckets, what’s your relax technique ?

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JackAdams's avatar

I sleep-in late, and allow myself to be awakened not by alarm clocks or roosters crowing, but by the gentle sounds of my neighbors, screaming at their kids, “keep it down, or I’ll rip your eys out of their sockets!”

Ya gotta love the sounds of family, on a Saturday morning…

September 6, 2008, 5:32 AM EDT

Mulot's avatar

Wake up, breakfast then a nap with your love.

Randy's avatar

A shower and sleep. I don’t get off until 6AM Saturday morning.

wildflower's avatar

I get up early and catch up on work I didn’t get a chance to do during the week while Fluthering, listening to radio and drinking coffee…......yeah, I’m not very good at relaxing!

SuperMouse's avatar

Fluther, CNN, and a hot cup of coffee.

Sueanne_Tremendous's avatar

@JA: You sleep in late? You answered this at 5:30 in the a.m. on a Saturday. Please tell me what late is in the JA household…

PS…this is the first time I can see you time date stamp being worthwhile…

sarapnsc's avatar

I am an early riser, no matter what, my body just wakes up at a certain time.
I pop a couple of raisins and sunflower/pumpkin seeds in my mouth. I splash water on my face/brush teeth…(sometimes, not in that order) roam around the house for about 10 – 20 minutes with a cup of tea, and then I do YOGA and then I do about 10 mins. of treadmill.
It gets me going! After that, shower, I lounge around with another cup of green tea and water. The most important thing of the day is finished (my body) and then I just do whatever comes my way.

jca's avatar

i have tea and hang out and watch tv. on sundays i have been going to the local gas station, buying the new york times (used to have it delivered but delivery man constantly screwed it up) so i get ny times and a cup of coffee at gas station. also on sundays i’ll watch the cbs sunday morning show, which is a great well rounded news magazine.

JackAdams's avatar

@Sueanne_Tremendous: Normally, on a Saturday morning, I would be asleep at the time/date noted, but a leg cramp (“Charlie Horse”) awakened me, and I had no choice, but to get out of bed and walk around, until the pain was gone.

Thereafter, I needed to sit at my computer and drink lots of water, before going back to bed again, without fear that it would happen again and awaken me again.

I don’t know about others, but for me, a leg cramp is most devastatingly painful, and I try to do everything I can to immediately recover from them, when I get them.

Thank you for writing, ”…this is the first time I can see you time/date stamp being worthwhile…” Henceforth, when some dolt complains of my time/date notation, I’ll quote you and say, “Oh yeah? Well, Sueanne_Tremendous said something positive about it!”

September 6, 2008, 10:27 AM EDT

jrpowell's avatar

I’m going to have screwdriver and go to the home depot to look for a mini-fridge for my RV. I might pick up an AC too.

augustlan's avatar

As I just got up about 15 minutes ago (it is noon, now), you can see that I SLEEP IN! Then I’m on the computer for an hour or two, easing into being fully awake.

jlm11f's avatar

I sleep in (which is crucial for any kind of relaxing day), Fluther, catch up on certain shows, and respond to emails that I have been ignoring all week (all computer stuff is done while eating Strawberry Oatmeal of course). Then shower, grocery shopping, and spending the evening with friends. Now, being realistic, I also have to add studying in between there somewhere since courses have started once again.

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