- 05/06/2019 at 10:42 pm #26649JordanParticipant
Day to day stresses can really build up.
What do you to unwind?
I love watching films, gaming and gym.
I’m sure we could all use some suggestions ?
- 05/06/2019 at 11:39 pm #26651Dan MarchantParticipant
Mine is normally gym, films or TV series. Odd sober night out catching up with some mates playing bit of snooker.
Really should get back into my gym.routine though!
- 07/06/2019 at 11:20 am #26681Paul DaviesParticipant
Unwind? What is this you speak of?
- 14/10/2019 at 4:52 am #39799HarveyParticipant
I go mountain biking every so often. Unfortunately now though I have lost my confidence. I have been riding many years but after a few crashes last year, i vowed this year i would slow down for the sake of my daughter. But now I second guess everything.
I watch what little tv i can in the evening. Thats my other thing.
- 14/01/2020 at 12:38 pm #102080ShaunParticipant
At the end of a long stressful day with a house full of toddlers 2-4yr olds.. I have started using CBD products to relax. Whilst the effects are much milder than illicit cannabis, legal CBD definitely does alleviate stresses and tension built up from the busy day. Once the kids are asleep and my wife is home from work I will either use oral oil drops or i will roll a CBD cigarette and go for a ten minute walk around the estate, the light exercise, fresh air, silence of the night and calming effects of the cbd really help draw a line under a hard. When i get back to the house i will usually watch some television with the missus before the relaxing effects of the cbd helps me drift into a nice early night. CBD promotes an invigorating sleep andni usually wake up earlier than the kids and with an abundance of energy. Are any other dads doing the similar? Ive been qcquiring the cbd from http://www.gradedgreen.com because you get a nice discount and its free delivery too, every little helps.
Keep up the hard work dads, dont forget to take care of yourselves whilst taking care of everybody else!
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