• feet up. mahabis on. unwind together.

 

At mahabis we truly value our downtime. In the midst of the chaos of our day to day lives it’s important to take time to enjoy everything that you work so hard for. Often we focus on the serenity of spending time alone. It's at these times we're sure to put our mahabis on and breathe a sigh of content, whilst we absorb a good book or a simple moment of silence.

Whilst the peace of solitude is important to cherish, at this time of year we like to appreciate those we choose to surround ourselves with. Whether it be a partner, a friend or family, it’s important not to underestimate spending time with the people we love. Most of us are around others constantly, but the rush of the school run, pressure of productivity or a looming project can often occupy our minds.

Spending downtime with loved ones includes switching off from distractions, investing focus and energy into the people you are with. Take inspiration from the things you enjoy doing alone, and share your interests or hobbies with those you love. Take an interest in something your loved ones do, or something new and exciting. No matter the activity, just simply being with someone and sharing your downtime with someone else is relaxing.

In light of Valentine’s day we have asked some of our favourite ambassadors for their thoughts on how they like to unwind with others.

 

sharing downtime

jamie day 

 

"Once the children are in bed, we get to enjoy some downtime together. In most cases, after a day of dodging a minefield of Lego pieces, this will simply be knotting ourselves together on the sofa with a glass of red and a box set. This small yet essential daily luxury, gives us a chance to unwind, refuel and reconnect before we have to do it all over again in the morning."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime

laura pashby 

 

"On the rare occasions when my love and I get to spend a quiet morning together, it's pure luxury to cosy up and relax with a book and a cup of hot coffee."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime 

ali dover 

"Mine and my daughter Lucy's mahabis go literally everywhere with us; they are a tiny slice of home comfort and a natural treat for our feet."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime 

donna howell 

 

On the rare occasions that we have time sans child we love nothing more than a cosy day at home recharging with coffee, good food and a great box-set! The perfect way to unwind in comfort.

 

feet up. slippers on. unwind together.

 

 

feet up. mahabis on. unwind together.

 

 

If you enjoyed our post, feel free to share via our ready-to-go tweet link.

 

feet up. mahabis on. unwind together.

 

At mahabis we truly value our downtime. In the midst of the chaos of our day to day lives it’s important to take time to enjoy everything that you work so hard for. Often we focus on the serenity of spending time alone. It's at these times we're sure to put our mahabis on and breathe a sigh of content, whilst we absorb a good book or a simple moment of silence.

Whilst the peace of solitude is important to cherish, at this time of year we like to appreciate those we choose to surround ourselves with. Whether it be a partner, a friend or family, it’s important not to underestimate spending time with the people we love. Most of us are around others constantly, but the rush of the school run, pressure of productivity or a looming project can often occupy our minds.

Spending downtime with loved ones includes switching off from distractions, investing focus and energy into the people you are with. Take inspiration from the things you enjoy doing alone, and share your interests or hobbies with those you love. Take an interest in something your loved ones do, or something new and exciting. No matter the activity, just simply being with someone and sharing your downtime with someone else is relaxing.

In light of Valentine’s day we have asked some of our favourite ambassadors for their thoughts on how they like to unwind with others.

 

sharing downtime

jamie day 

 

"Once the children are in bed, we get to enjoy some downtime together. In most cases, after a day of dodging a minefield of Lego pieces, this will simply be knotting ourselves together on the sofa with a glass of red and a box set. This small yet essential daily luxury, gives us a chance to unwind, refuel and reconnect before we have to do it all over again in the morning."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime

laura pashby 

 

"On the rare occasions when my love and I get to spend a quiet morning together, it's pure luxury to cosy up and relax with a book and a cup of hot coffee."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime 

ali dover 

"Mine and my daughter Lucy's mahabis go literally everywhere with us; they are a tiny slice of home comfort and a natural treat for our feet."

 

sharing downtime

 

 

 

sharing downtime 

donna howell 

 

On the rare occasions that we have time sans child we love nothing more than a cosy day at home recharging with coffee, good food and a great box-set! The perfect way to unwind in comfort.

 

feet up. slippers on. unwind together.

 

 

feet up. mahabis on. unwind together.

 

 

If you enjoyed our post, feel free to share via our ready-to-go tweet link.

 

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    Sarah Lopeman
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