Dan Allender wrote a great book called "Sabbath" in which he tries to recover the concept of taking a Sabbath for present day Christians.
"Sabbath must be pursued with delight … What intrigues, amazes, tickles your fancy, delights your senses and casts you into an entirely new and unlimited world is the raw material of Sabbath (p. 28). Sabbath then is a fiction (p. 88) a day lived as if there was no sin (p. 88) a day of curiosity, coziness, and care (p. 89). It is a party (p. 103). We are to pretend and play on Sabbath as if the new heavens and earth were here (p. 110)."
Do you take a weekly Sabbath? How do you/how would you approach such practice?