Listen to the podcast to discover how a lack of self-belief may be affecting your ability to achieve your goals. Here Gillian shares tips on how to increase your self-belief and understand its true power.
How many times have you wished that there were extra hours in the day?
You have so many jobs to get done in your waking hours and little, if any, time left in the day to do the things you really want to do.
It’s so frustrating. By the time you get the chance to work on your own projects or goals, you are either too tired or can’t be bothered. So you eventually give up on the idea.
You can’t say anything, do anything, or even think without attracting day-devastation. The day is on a downward spiral and you are just focusing on getting through it until you can go home and hide under the duvet until it’s all over. No amount of finger-crossing or good luck charms are going to help. You just need the day to be over so that you can start afresh the next day, and deal with fall-out of today.
You know what? We all feel like this from time-to-time. Sometimes, we even feel like this more times than we care to! It’s completely normal. Although it may be hard to believe, there is a way to salvage days like these. There is hope for them. You can turn a ‘bad’ day into a ‘better’ day.
Keep reading to find out how to climb out of that ‘Bad Day Rut’
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.