TheBeautyPlace.com Reveals Rewarding Activities That Don't Counteract Progress for This Weekend

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A person has the tendency to work hard at something only to “reward” themselves with something that counteracts their effort. TheBeautyPlace.com reveals rewarding activities and items that leave one feeling refreshed and not back at square one.

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After a week of working hard I like to pamper myself. I feel that I deserve it.

Next Friday at 5:00 p.m., when a coworker makes a tempting happy hour offer, decline. A long week of deadlines and staying late at work calls for a relaxing manicure & pedicure session. Drinking will only lead to exhaustion & fatigue, as well as affect the following day’s productivity. In the working world, the weekends are left for both important errands and personal time. Having a late night Friday will surely effect Saturday’s potential.

After a week of sticking to a vigorous workout regime, pass on that slice of pizza or dessert. It is a common misconception that after a healthy week or two, one “deserves” to indulge. While experts at TheBeautyPlace.com agree with indulging, the type of leniency acceptable is not up for discussion. Opt for a massage instead of unhealthy food. Sore muscles will be relieved & relaxed by a spa session while unhealthy food choices will leave one feeling unsatisfied and only make the next week at the gym harder.

There is no better feeling than checking in on a savings account to see that annual goals have been met. Someone feeling like goals have been met may feel that the next time funds are available, they should make a big purchase as a reward. On the contrary, enhance the feeling of accomplishment by saving even more. Instead of making back to back appointments at a spa near by, try a a home spa kit. There is nothing more relaxing than bringing the spa home.

While temptations are all around a person, there are simple ways to avoid them and by following these suggestions, one will feel even more rewarded. Primp & pamper to increase quality of life.

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