UnWind With This Oddly Satisfying Soybean Harvest Video
I know you guys don't know this, but the end of the month is one of the busiest times for me here at work. Sure, I do the morning show but I'm also responsible for a bunch of other stuff, and it keeps me hoppin at the end of the month. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining. I know there are a lot of people who would love to have my job right now. So I'm grateful to have it, even with the craziness.
Having said that though, it can be a bit mentally exhausting. You're not doing a lot of physical labor, but it's a lot of thought and judgement calls and sometimes repetitive clicks on a computer. You know how it is. So by the latter part of the day - when I'm writing this - the creative part of my brain can sometimes just...shut off. Because I'm just fried! It's hard to try to come up with consistent, entertaining stuff to write about when you're brain is just blanking.
So I decided to look for a little something to reset. You know what I mean? Just a video to kind of turn my brain on and off again. And I found something that does just that on YouTube - AND it's from Pettis County!
It's basically a farmer working the fields to harvest soybeans. There's something very calming and relaxing and just.... zen about it. I like how organized it is, how consistent it is, how silent it is.
Maybe you should give it a watch if you're hitting an afternoon slump. It's not even two minutes long so it's a decent watch.
What do you do when you need to "reset" your brain? Do you ever get mentally exhausted? Does your job require more from you physically or mentally?