Stress Relief in 2016
The tips I am about to share with you are simple yet profound. You’ll read through them and say, “I knew that!” Yes, you did. Yet, somehow, it seems we have to have a reminder to care for ourselves the way we care for others. Now, I won’t go getting all religious on you, the Bible clearly tells us to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. The key to reducing stress, is showing yourself more love! Now, take the time to read AND implement the tips I’m sharing with you and we’ll talk again next month!
Make A to Do List
Take time to prioritize the things you have to do. Order them by importance and then complete those at the top of your list either in order of importance or shortest length of time to complete, whichever works best for you. Sometimes getting easier tasks out of the way helps to give a sense of accomplishment. Be careful not to blow deadlines!
You can definitely relieve stress by taking time to relax. If you think you don’t have time to, just think of how much time you’re going to lose repeating task or taking longer to get them done because of the stress! Sometimes, all we need is a few minutes to close our eyes and think about how we will feel when all of this is over! Try it! If you have a little more time, take a walk, or a relaxing bath. There’s nothing like walking or washing away stress!
Count Your Blessings!
There are times when just a little reminder of the things we can be grateful for can help remove tension and relieve stress. Everything can be in an uproar but if we take time to see what’s is going well or to acknowledge that things really could be worse, it helps put things into perspective for us. Just being thankful for the good in your life changes your thoughts, therefore, changing your emotions and your actions. This in turn will change your atmosphere and help you to de-stress!
Get Some Professional Help!
Life, at times, can prove to be overwhelming. There’s no reason to go it alone! There are great resources that can assist you so that s doesn’t control your life! Stress can lead to physical, emotional, and mental disorders. When we are affected by stress, it shows up in our work, our relationships, and manifests itself in our bodies. Surveys show that 70% of all diseases are stress related. That is an incredibly large number for something we can learn not only to manage but control! As a life coach, I am trained to help you master the art of distressing! Give me a call or email me today. You can also visit my website for more information. www.agreatlife2day.com