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Bee’s Tuesday Tip #9: From stressing to destressing

It’s safe to say that stress is a part of life. And sometimes, it can feel like stress is taking over our lives. We are constantly inundated with emails, phone calls, and notifications from social media. It can be hard to find time for ourselves in the midst of all this noise. So I want to discuss some tips for managing stress and creating a more peaceful life.

Me time in the bath
Try to schedule in some "me" time every day.

1. Having a routine

One way to destress is to create a daily or weekly routine. Wake up at the same time each day, eat breakfast, and then start your day. By having a routine, you will feel more in control of your life and less stressed. You can also try to schedule in some "me" time each day. This can be time to read, take a bath, or just relax. It is important to have some time each day to do something that you enjoy.

2. Exercising

Another way to reduce stress is to exercise. Exercise releases endorphins, which have mood-boosting effects. In addition, exercise can help you sleep better at night. If you are struggling with stress, try to get 30 minutes of exercise each day. And honestly, even just 3 minutes here and there throughout the day can help as well. Dance to a couple of your favourite songs and feel the stress melt away with each jiggle.

3. Staying positive

Finally, try to stay positive. I know, I know… this is sooo much easier said than done sometimes, especially when you’re already feeling stressed. However, try to remember that stress is only temporary. Things will eventually get better. Try to focus on the good in your life and be grateful for what you have. Here’s a simple exercise: before going to bed each night, go through the day in your mind and find 3 things that you’re grateful for from that day, big or small. When you focus on the positive, it will be easier to manage stress.

These are just a few daily things that could help with your stress. However, if you’re really struggling with stress, there are many resources available to help you. Talk to your doctor or a mental health professional if you need assistance in managing stress. Remember, you are not alone and there is help available. With the right tools, you can overcome stress and live a happy and healthy life.

What are some of the things you do to manage stress? Share your tips in the comments below!

Let me know how you get on!

xo Bee


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