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3 Keys To Switching Off Daily

I would love to lie down on a warm, sunny day in a field, with a blanket and a good book. Maybe I'd have time to lazily pick the daisies and make a chain. Or I may have brought something chilled and rose coloured to drink. The peace. The stillness. The totally unrealistic possibility of it all! This would be an ideal way to switch off, and may happen once in a blue moon. But what about the day to day of life? My summer holidays are spent with my family, there is little peace and quiet and whilst I love the days out and road trips, I used to arrive in September frazzled and running on empty.

"How do you switch off?" Is a question I get asked a lot by my coaching clients, many of whom are teachers and have a hard time switching down a gear or two. It is often t