Do you have times where you are Struggling to Stay on Top on Things:
Your Health, Work, Finances, Family, Friends and Home.
Here are Five Simple yet Effective Changes to You Can Do to Get your Life Back on Track
1. Get Your Office and Living Space Organized:
A cluttered environment can literally drain your energy and cause additional stress! Conversely, a beautifully decorated, soothing environment can be a haven where you can escape from the stressors in your life. Working on de-cluttering your home, getting organized about cleaning, or even practicing Feng Shui ways of having your home or office so that it has a good feel, surrounding yourself with photos, affirmations or little statues that give happy thoughts: Working toward the goal of having a beautiful and organized living and working space.
2. Organizing Your Time:
By keeping a schedule, learning to say no to excessive demands on your time: Prioritize and utilize shortcuts with areas of your life that aren’t going to be affected negatively by doing this , you’ll be less frantic, and have more time to do the things that energize and de-stress you adding value to your health and well being. You’ll also have more time to do things that you enjoy in life.
3. Cultivate A Supportive Social Circle:
Those with a supportive social circle, or even just one close friend or partner to talk to and lean on in times of crisis, enjoy healthier, less stressful lives. (And they have more fun!) If you make the commitment to meet more people, and develop positive relationships that encourage you to be the best YOU, allowing you to make mistakes without criticizing you, but helping you to move forward in a positive direction.
4. Take Care of Your Body:
If your body is healthy and in good repair, you’re better able to handle stressors in your life. However, an unhealthy body can cause great amounts of additional stress. Eating a diet with fresh foods including fish, chicken, salads and vegetables, exercising regularly go for a daily walk for half an hour or become actively involved in your work such as climbing the stairs or vigorously doing your housework or gardening, getting enough sleep 6 – 8 hours per night or day if you are a shift worker, getting massages, engaging in with a health practitioner that will support your healthy lifestyle and pampering yourself are all good ways to take care of your body and make stress management easier.
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5. Renew Your Spirit:
We carry stress in our bodies, and hold it in our minds, so a stressful experience can stay with and keep affecting us after the actual experience has ended. Managing stress in your daily life can be much easier on your mental, physical and emotional state if you take regular breaks from it. There are many great stress-relieving exercises such as praying or meditating allowing the mind to be free of chatter, that can help you release tension from you and the change your thoughts if you are thinking the worst about a situation make an effort to see the good in that situation or person, making you more at peace and able to handle the stress that comes in each new day.
As you develop these stress-relieving practices in your daily life, you should experience less stress: You will be better able to handle the stress you do experience, leading to a happier, healthy life.