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A peaceful mind - December 28th 2016, 01:29 PM

Has anyone got any ideas on how to be really laid back and not stressed in life I've heard it seriously benefits your health
   
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Re: A peaceful mind - December 28th 2016, 08:00 PM

Trying to be more laid back and less stressed is a good thing to aim for - perhaps it is something I need to work on as well. I think everyone can benefit from a little de-stressing.

I believe it really depends on the person on how they can be less stressed about certain things. I always have been a firm believer that by being prepared and having plans that makes a person less stressed. This works with school work, bills, work and pretty much everything. I do this by keeping a large desk calendar that I write out all of my important dates, assignments, and bills on. Knowing exactly when I need to do things and what I have planned for the upcoming week is how I stay calm and not stressed about everything I have to do. I believe using a planner also works, but I like how a big calendar has room for me to write multiple things and I can see everything everyday right on my desk.

It is also important to stay on top of things cleanliness wise. Working in a clutter free environment helps decrease stress and can motivate you to do more and plus you'll feel like you have more time and space to do things since you won't have to tidy up before you work on assignments or bills.

Of course this doesn't reduce all stresses and isn't the same for all types since there are different types of stress that can't always be avoided with planning and staying in a clean environment. Taking some time to relax and focus on you for a day or a few hours of your day is important in this instances - as well as the others too. Take some time to make sure you get a shower, drink water, exercise if that's what you like, or watch some good television shows. Treating yourself every once and a while is a good way to decrease stress as well.

I'm not sure if this helped at all, but I hope so. Good luck!


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Re: A peaceful mind - December 30th 2016, 09:11 AM

Hahhaaaaa! That's something very difficult to do.


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Re: A peaceful mind - December 30th 2016, 11:35 AM

Try meditating. Using an app like Buddhify or using calming music to help relax.
Also, perhaps try telling yourself that you nee to relax. Take a few deeps breaths. Let your body calm down. Breathing is great, because it pulls you from the past or future into the present (and often that reduces stress).
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