Managing Stress in a Tiny Apartment

Make it your own If you live alone or with understanding roommates, the first step is to make the apartment feel like home. Make it your own. Add colour to walls if you're allowed. If not - look into removable wall vinyls, or draperies and decals. Hang curtains, put up pictures (with no nail hooks … Continue reading Managing Stress in a Tiny Apartment

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When You Feel Like You’re Failing

When you feel like you're failing Don't... Compare yourself to othersTurn to social mediaGive upTurn to (old) bad habits Do... Look at past achievementsKeep a journal or planner - plan your goals and record your achievements (not matter how small!)Turn off your devicesFocus on Self CareReach out to friends and familyMake a gratitude journal or … Continue reading When You Feel Like You’re Failing

Why Micronutrients Are Important For Stress Relief

Our whole lives we are bombarded with messages about sugars, fats, calories, protein and carbs. We cut calories and cut out carbs and/or refined sugars, we watch our fat intake and constantly worry about what we shouldn't be putting into our bodies. But what about what we should be putting into our bodies? When we … Continue reading Why Micronutrients Are Important For Stress Relief

Stress for the Working Class, Stress Relief for the Wealthy.

I recently, and for the 100th time was doing research on better, newer, unlikely never before tried stress relief techniques, because the ones I have been doing up till now are nothing more than a band-aid. A quote caught my attention and hit very close to home."'I'm not Cognitive Behavioral Therapy wealthy, I am crying … Continue reading Stress for the Working Class, Stress Relief for the Wealthy.