Nature has given us many positives and negatives. It has given us the ability to work hard, and it has given us the ability to play hard. Work while you work and play while you play. The woman who is successful is the woman who works hard during business hours, and then goes home and leaves her office behind her and takes up play.
A woman should devote a part of each day to recreation, to outdoor exercise, to frivolity and to frolicking with her children at home. If she does not care to play, worry will take the place of play.
No two things can occupy the same space at the same time. These brains of ours are always busy, and we should be careful what we give the brain to act upon.
If we work hard all day, the tendency is that in the evening the brain revolves the things that have been going through it during the day. A review of these thoughts produces worry, especially if our occupation has been a strenuous one and if things have not been to our liking. When we devote ourselves to play, then worry and brain rack will be absent all the time we are playing. Play was made to rest the brain. Your sleep will be better if you have indulged in recreation, and your mind will be clearer the next morning.