Tag: daily positive

It’s hard to believe that it is already April!! This year is flying by! Right now I am in the home stretch of my Masters program, so I am juggling final assignments, with my practicum and the blog. Plus, you know, trying to have a life and continue working on my accident rehab. So I’m learning a thing or two about how to deal with a heavy workload!!6 tips to help you deal with a heavy workload

6 tips to help you deal with a heavy workload

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Stress, we’ve all been there. You have a million things to do and no time to do them. While stress can be different for everyone the main thing to remember is to try to stop and relax. I know, easier said then done, right?

So here are 5 things that you can start to do when you notice that you are feeling stressed.

5 things to do when you are feeling stressed

5 things to do when you are feeling stressed

5 things to do when you are feeling stressed

5 things to do when you are feeling stressed

  1. Breathing exercises: If you have five or ten minutes try doing a quick breathing exercise.

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Mindfulness is a practice. Learning how to be more mindful takes time and a bit of work. Basically, you are working to retrain the brain from doing things on auto-pilot to doing things with focus and intent.

If you want to learn how to be more mindful, here are 5 things that you can start doing right now.

Mindfulness | How to Be More Mindful | Wellness

How to be more mindful

  1. Do everything slowly and with intent.

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Anxiety attacks affect so many people and they can come on so quickly without any warning. Typically anxiety is a sign of being overworked and needing to take a break. When it hits, and you start to feel a panic attack coming on you’re going to want to find a way to quickly reduce your anxiety symptoms.

Acceptance is the first step to dealing with anxiety. Knowing that right now you are feeling anxious and then taking steps to minimize and reduce the symptoms.

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“I feel like I’ve been hit by a bus!” We’ve all said it at one point in our life. Or someone has said it to us. It’s a common expression, I’ve even used it myself! Of course, not so much these days. But it doesn’t bother me if someone else uses it in front of me.

Used to signify a great shock, I can tell you, the actuality is pretty accurate descriptor.

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