Is moving fun? Nope. But if you give yourself plenty of time, stay organized, ask for help and accept the fact that things happen, your move will go much more smoothly. If you have a big move coming up, here are some tips to help you reduce the stress:
Just because you’re an adult, that doesn’t mean you don’t need some downtime to just have fun. Whether you want to play a sport, enjoy a hobby, or go to the theater, be sure to make time each week to enjoy yourself and your life.
Solving any problem requires clear thinking and an ability to take action. The problem is, that when financial burdens cause a person to become anxious and depressed, they live in an emotional state that makes it almost impossible to solve their financial problems.
Whether it’s a bully for a boss, a horrific commute, mounting bills, or problems in your marriage, stress is a part of life we really can’t get away from. But there are things we can do to eliminate the effects of stress on our minds and body.
Modern women are really like superheroes. Not only are they obtaining college degrees and climbing corporate ladders, but they’re doing so while also raising families and taking care of aging parents at the same time.
Many women, over time, will experience burnout and mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.
It’s normal to feel anxious from time to time. But sometimes anxiety becomes a frequent and forceful occurrence. You are worrying to a degree that you have trouble doing daily tasks and are suffering with your emotions. Anxiety disorders keep people from living joyful and fulfilling life. Luckily there is help.
While many schools have opened back up, many students are still experiencing symptoms of trauma and mental health issues. It’s important that teachers and faculty become educated themselves on the indicators of a mental health crisis in their students. Students should recognize their feelings and be open to sharing them with others. Reach out to teachers and staff and get the help you need.
The holidays are right around the corner! And that means many of us will begin losing our minds, patience, and good cheer. Well, can you blame us? The holidays are one of the most stressful times of the year. Between shopping, decorating, and keeping your drunk aunt away from your recently widowed neighbor, it’s enough to pull your hair out!
Someone once said, “This too shall pass.” Life, like weather, has seasons. While you may feel stuck right now and like nothing is going the way you hoped or planned, recognize the truth, which is, this too shall pass. Transitions are just that, an uncomfortable bridge from one part of life to the next.
Taking a mental health day from work or school can be extremely important for your overall well-being. It can help you avoid burnout, improve your mood, help you get some much-needed rest, and rejuvenate you so you can tackle “real life” once again.