Why You Should Hit The Reset Button

Everyone is in need of a reboot every once in awhile. Sometimes hitting the reset button might involve going on a trip, other times it can be done from the comfort of your home. Let these articles convince you of why it needs to be done!

Hit The Reset Button

By Free People

“For most of us, there’s this thing that we dedicate most of our week to — work. We have routines to follow… it’s just day-to-day business. It’s life, I guess? But we tend to pick up all this, uh, junk along the way — stress, stagnancy, uncertainty, which can affect us mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually. This junk I speak of disconnects us from ourselves, causing us to lose our center, become unbalanced and ‘clogged up.’

So then comes a time when we’ve no choice but to hit the reset button. Why? It’s incredibly important, if not vital to your well-being.”

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Hit The Reset Button

By Camille Styles

“For better or worse, I (kelly) live for seizing the moment. Because I’m a firm believer that every day has the potential to be the best one yet, I often have a hard time turning down any opportunity to spend time with family, friends or travel. I have an even harder time if it’s a health-centered or fitness activity (and bonus points if it involves brunch after!)

As a result, summer was jam-packed. I rarely had a chance to unpack my suitcase in between trips and felt like I was running — literally — through the days with few breaks in between. I joined a run group, committed to more cycling, signed up for unlimited pilates and raced my first triathalon. Throw in a few weddings, work travel and weekend visitors — and I was maxed out. I was having so much fun, but as a mostly Type A person, doing all the things…left me feeling overwhelmed and unorganized. I never lost focus, but knew I reached a point where I needed to take a break, re-evaluate my schedule and hit reset.”

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How I Hit The Reset Button On Life

By The Change Blog

“I remember the first time I saw the Houston skyline. I was on Spirit flight 49, seated next to an enthusiastic Mexican-American minister and his wife, celebrating and finishing up our margaritas. The song “Dreams” by the Cranberries had been playing in the terminal when I had boarded the flight in Detroit, and it still resonated in my mind as endless highway and skyscrapers came into view. ‘Oh, my life is changing everyday, in every possible way.’ Up until that point, the course of my life had been set from the time I was 18.”

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