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Aah... How do you relax?

Asked by AustieZ (363points) May 27th, 2010

After a long hard day of work (or not-work) how do you relax and unwind?

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vbabe96's avatar

In the summer months I usually go for a swim. Swimming feels amazing after a long hard day. When it’s too cold to swim I usually find a quiet place and read a book. Or I write about my day.

zenele's avatar

Winter Spring Summer or Fall

The ocean is my port of call

To stretch, to tan, relax and more

I always find the ocean shore

Cruiser's avatar

Play my guitar and or read.

zenele's avatar

And what cruiser says – sometimes at the beach.

partyparty's avatar

Take my dogs up on the moors for a long walk.

partyparty's avatar

@Cruiser That is exactly what my SO does….. each day!

chels's avatar

Tea, doodling, and music like this.

pearls's avatar

Glass of wine and a good book.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

Go to zenlee’s question about the most beautiul thing to see upon awakening.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

I walk and walk and walk and walk and walk…and sometimes paint :)

marinelife's avatar

@vbabe96 is right. A swim is the most relaxing thing I can think of. Yeah, just got our seasonal pool passes yesterday! The pool opens Saturday.

CMaz's avatar

I don’t, even when my eyes are shut.

But I try and I try and I try and I try
I can’t get no, no satisfaction.

HTDC's avatar

When I want to relax, I initiate the three T’s: Tea, TV, Treats (anything sweet).

xRIPxTHEREVx's avatar

Hanging out with my friends drinking Jones Soda.

Draconess25's avatar

Listen to one of my many jumbled-up playlists on shuffle…...curl up in the sun with a fuzzy blankie & my girlfriends…...drink some warm milk…...& take a snooze.

DrasticDreamer's avatar

Listen to music while I take a bubble bath.

boffin's avatar

Scotch…
Three fingers of the heavenly Dram

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