Excerpt from The North Carolina Teacher, Vol. 11: September, 1893
Live as easily and simply as possible. Keep away from excitement, except a week or 'two at the World's Fair, which will do you as much good as a term at college. Let yourself down (up) into a state of general relaxation and enjoyment. Sleep as much as you can.
N ow all this does not mean idleness, necessarily. Change is rest; and if your mental faculties have done more than your physical (if they have not, please skip this entire article - I'll see you keep your mental in the background now, while you wash dishes, saw wood, sew, cook, fish, go boating, tramping, anything and everything that is diametrically opposite your ordinary occupation.
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