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Posts Tagged ‘stress’

Off the Rails…

Off the Rails…

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men" - Willy Wonka Do something crazy today. I don't mean rob a liquor store or push an old lady off a bridge...in fact, as a disclaimer, I would say don't do anything illegal or something that will cause bodily damage to anyone else. What I do mean is you should engage in something really fun that you might do if you were still a kid, or if you really let that young heart of yours have its way for a little while. Be creative.  Be wild.  Be inspired. Do something [...]

It’s Time to Travel Light

It’s Time to Travel Light

How's your stress level? If you're like the rest of us, you could probably afford to let go of some of the stress in your life. I've got a tip that I think will make all the difference in the world for you, but it's going to require you to change the way you think a little bit.  I know, changing anything doesn't really sound like much fun at first, but I assure you the payoff will be beyond fantastic.  Besides, if you keep doing what you're doing...you'll keep getting what you got. So are you ready to try to shake things up a bit [...]

Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff

Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff

I think it's pretty much consensus at this point in our history that stress is bad for us. It doesn't solve anything, makes us feel bad, and wastes a lot of energy on things we don't necessarily have control over.  It also makes us sick! Doctors have linked just about every lousy thing that can happen to you or I to stress.  Not that stress is the sole cause of many of our ailments, but it seems to be a consistent contributor.  And certainly, when added to the mix, only seems to make things worse. So why is it that we stress out?  [...]

Permanent Vacation

Permanent Vacation

PVTS is something you probably haven't heard of.  I'm saying that because I actually made it up.  I consider it to be a very serious condition that seems to affect nearly every adult American every single year.  It often has no symptoms and can begin to consume seemingly happy and healthy people as quickly as any disease in the history of the world. Characteristics of this horrible ailment include a lack of energy and motivation, half-heartedness in every endeavor, boredom, non-production, a yearning for the recent past, and an [...]