White space is beautiful and necessary for a reset for my brain.
White space can be a blank calendar. It can be silence. At our house, it also takes the form of some blank walls, open corners, and open yard space. I'd also count a long car ride alone as another form for me. Nature counts. I'm sure there are others, but I have other things to say besides exhausting a list.
The noise and clutter of the day, of my mind, and of the world, whirl in my head day in and day out. White space helps to clear the junk of life, giving a refreshing perspective.
White space is free of screens and social media.
White space gives my eyes and ears a rest.
White space gives me time to process what I really think about something. It's a detangler of the mind.
White space allows time to meditate on the Word of God and pray, which is hard to do in the middle of chaos.
We were created to work and to rest. White space is the home of real rest.