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12 Things You Can Do Daily to Reduce Your Stress Levels

Reduce your stress levels by adding these 12 things into your daily routine (Plus FREE Checklist)

We often talk about being stressed quite frequently in our life.

You can feel stressed-out about the school-run, the meeting with the bank manager, what to make for dinner, the house move, the new job, trying to fit in 101 tasks to your day, and the poor health of a loved one. You can even feel stressed about going on holiday, birthdays, Christmas, or even buying new shoes!

Stress comes in all forms, shapes and sizes. What causes you to feel stressed is personal to you, and also how stressed-out you feel to begin with.

For example, have you ever lost your cool with someone over something really trivial? Something that normally you wouldn’t bat an eyelid about?
Have you ever found yourself sobbing because you are so tired, or just totally frustrated with something?
Do you ever dash about so much in the day that you forget to eat lunch, or find that by dinner-time the last drink you had was your morning coffee?

If you can relate to any of these examples, read on.

What follows are 12 simple daily things that you can do to help keep your stress levels to a minimum and prevent your mind and body from total burn-out.

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STOP Procrastinating!

5 EASY steps to get you on track towards achieving your dreams (Plus FREE Workbook)

Woohoo! You have decided that this year is going to be different. Great!

You are so fed up with the same old challenges in life and want things to be easier. You need a change. You need to move forward.

So, perhaps you decided this when the bells rang in the New Year, and just maybe you began to take action in January, and then it slowed a bit in February. Now you are in March, it’s just not happened and you have accepted, as you always do, that it’s just not to be just now. You might try again later in the year. You probably won’t.

You had the thought. You had a good feeling about it. You put some energy behind it (possibly some time and money too), yet what are your results?

Nothing. Nada. Not the tiniest of changes. This is so sad.
What was the point of trying in the first place? It’s probably not for you, right? You are doomed to live the way you do for all eternity. Yes?

NO!

You just GAVE UP. You LOST THE FIGHT. You got DISTRACTED. You hated how HARD IT WAS to make the change.

However, before you beat yourself up about it all, just know that you are certainly NOT ALONE.

Procrastination is one of our biggest obstacles when we set out to achieve anything in life.

There are so many reasons why we never seem to reach the end goal, so if you want to get back on track, let’s take a quick look into some of the reasons, and find out 5 simple and easy ways which will have you back on the road to success in no time at all.

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5 Steps to Improving Your Willpower

(Plus 10 Willpower Boosting Affirmations FREE to Download)

Do you feel as though you have no willpower? You always seem to give up on your goals not long after starting them and this happens time and time again. You seem to go round in circles and achieve nothing. Where does your willpower go? Did you have enough to begin with? Are you starting to believe that there’s no such thing as willpower, only luck? If so, read on.

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5 Ways to Get Through the Mid-Afternoon Energy Slump

(Plus 10 Energy-Boosting Aromatherapy Recipes FREE to Download)

You are fine all day then you get to a point somewhere between lunch and dinner-time when you feel that you could just curl up into a ball and go to sleep. The desire to complete the tasks you were on fire with in the morning has just gone, and you really could just leave it all until tomorrow.

The day is beginning to drag on and you are counting the hours until you can leave work, eat dinner and put your feet up on the sofa. If only you could just grab a quick nap, or find somewhere to hide for the next couple of hours…

You are experiencing the mid-afternoon energy slump. It’s no wonder. You’ve been up for around 8 or so hours and you haven’t really stopped since.

You can’t just go to sleep now. You have another 7 or so hours in the day to go and so much more to fit in. Still you feel like you have suddenly shifted down a gear to ‘snail-pace’ and your on a downward spiral.

What do you do?

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How to Meditate When You’re Not into Meditating

Learn 5 Ways to Harvest the Healing Power of Meditation Without Having to Chant 'Om' (Plus FREE MP3 Download - just in case you do fancy trying a guided visualisation)

I get it. You’re busy, stressed and freaking out. Your days are just one task after the other and your goal is just to get to bed tonight in one piece and somewhat mildly sane. 

You know you need things to change. You know the stress is killing you. You feel tired and out of sorts each day. Exhausted by the weekend, with no real time-out in sight. You are really busy doing lots of important stuff.

Then someone suggests you take time out each day to meditate.

It’s like a bomb has gone off in your mind! What? Take time out to sit and do nothing? That’s gotta be a joke, right? You have no time for that ‘woowoo’ nonsense. Wearing bright tie-dyed clothes, chanting ‘Om’ while breathing in incense. Really? Who’s crazy idea was that?

You are just not the type. Now way. Not in a million years!

The thing is, what if meditation can help stop the stress from killing you, help you feel more awake and be more in control of your day?

You definitely want and desperately need these benefits, but the thought of meditating seems like the most painful boring chore ever. What would your friends and family think if they knew you were in to something like that? They’d think you’d gone crazy!

What if there was a way, however, to harvest the positive benefits of meditation but without anyone else knowing what you are up to? Curious? Then read on to find out more!

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