Archive for the ‘Stress Management’ Category

Best Ways to Manage Your Body

“Take care of your body.  It’s the only place you have to live.”  Jim Rohn Build physical activity into your daily life. It’s a proven fact – we feel better and have more energy when we exercise regularly. Breathe! Stress causes us to breathe shallowly. Take time to breathe deeply a few times throughout the […]

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to you and yours. No matter where you are or what’s happening in your life right now – I wish you peace and joy in this moment. Just for a moment, this moment right now, be grateful, let joy in and be at peace. We can choose this moment even if chaos in […]


We could change the entire American workplace by giving up one thing – GOSSIP. Gossip destroys workplace morale faster than anything. Yet the reason it continues to exist is that we love it. Now we don’t ‘admit’ we love it but most of us do – at least a little bit. The problem with gossip […]

Tips for Expanding Your Bumpers

Make self care a PRIORITY. This should be the first thing we put in our calendars. And yet the truth is that it’s usually the last. Just for today – build in some time for you. Say NO. Often the reason we have no bumpers is that we have said ‘yes’ to too many things. Learning to say […]

Expand Your Bumpers

Most of the time I end up writing about what I need to hear most and this month is no exception. After a few grueling months without enough down time – I came crashing down last week. I woke up last Monday exhausted and cranky. I was loaded for bear – irritable, tired and ready to pick a fight. I […]

Be More Content

Be Grateful  As I focus on all that I have to be grateful I become more content. Keep gratitude journal and add to it weekly. List five things each day that you are grateful for on a post-it note and then stick it on your computer, look at it throughout the day and pause for […]

What I Know To Be True About Stress

I hate having stress in my life. For many years stress was a habit – a lifestyle. I loved stress and thrived on chaos. I still tend to do way more than I should and I love many multiple projects going on at once. Yet even though I am busy – today I do not […]

21 Ways to Decrease Stress

“Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency. Nothing is that important.” Natalie Goldber Breathe! This is basic but we actually forget to breathe deeply or often enough when we are stressed. Make a commitment to breathe slowly and deeply a few times a day. Exercise now! Exercise is often the first […]