Recharge. Reset. ReNew

β€œRest when you’re weary. Refresh and renew yourself, your body, your mind, your spirit. Then get back to work.” –Ralph Marston

As I sit here at the kitchen table sipping the tea from my mug, my dog is staring in my face with those Chihuahua eyes. He knows that I have to be up early in the morning for a very important meeting. I can sense him telling me that I need to stop and rest for now. If I rest for now, perhaps when I come back I will have more ideas for my blog, right? I immediately tell him to hold on as I type in a few words for those of you on the other side of this screen. (I’m stubborn, huh? πŸ˜‰ )

Sometimes you have to know when to stop, recharge and reset…to come back BETTER. When we reset and recharge, we are able to have clearer thoughts and awareness to the world around us. Clearer thoughts will produce better decisions that we make in our everyday lives. People who don’t set time for themselves are usually prone to become stressed, overwhelmed and will end up doing things they never wanted to do.

You need to pause and recollect your thoughts. You must learn to become more organized by de-cluttering the gunk in your mental space and physical space.

Find some time to have some me-time. (Even if it’s just on your lunch break, in the bath tub or taking a few minutes to inhale fresh air you will be thankful for those little recharging moments. Be thankful.

I guarantee that you will see and feel a difference in your mood.

ReNita XOXO πŸ™‚ πŸ’‹

About Me…

undefined Renita A. Burgess is a national best selling author and entrepreneur who has written over 30 books for Amazon and Barnes and Noble. She is a woman of many hats; having made interview appearances on both television and radio regarding her work. ReNita’s motivation and drive all began when she entered MANY beauty pageants and school plays through out her life.

One of her favorite memories as a child is playing church with her cousins and sisters because the entire family would be laughing at each other. At that point, ReNita realized that laughter cures so many things and she refers to her personality as goofy and fun loving.

A survivor of verbal abuse, self abuse and sexual abuse; she overcame a life threatening eating disorder in her early teens as well as high school bullying and college sexual abuse. Today she uses her past trauma to be an inspiration to others.

In her spare time, ReNita loves to travel to new places and see different sights. Her favorite shows are The Golden Girls, The Twilight Zone and Frasier as well as Tyler Perry’s The Have and the Have Nots.

Morning jogs in nature with her mixed Chihuahua is where you will always find her. She has a passion for animals, fitness, children and doing anything artsy and creative. If you were to ever visit her home, you will be surprised to see that she collects many dolls and Victorian antiques. Just like any red blooded woman, ReNita loves to shop and do her hair and makeup. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚