5 Ways to De-Stress Your Morning Routine and Breathe Happier!

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“Mom, I can’t find my Science Book!” “Dad, my form is not signed!” “Honey, have you seen my file?” “I am too sleepy. I don’t want to go to school.” “Will you two hurry up? The bus will be here any minute.”

If every early morning, your house is filled with yells and groans such as these, you are probably just one of those families that is yet to establish a hassle-free morning routine. It sounds simplistic, but when parents and school-going children have to leave the house together and they aren’t organized, things can turn very chaotic and stressful, setting a negative tone for the whole day. Read more

Coping With Stress While Recovering From An Injury

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For many athletes, sustaining an injury causes more than just physical trauma. It can also lead to considerable emotional stress. Injured athletes may feel that their injury is unfair, and they might also become frustrated at facing limitations they’re not accustomed to. Read more

7 Essential Tips for Stress Management

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Stressed with all your workload lately? Or probably you’ve been worrying too much about every day, thinking of the tasks that need to be done, things that must be accomplished, and so on. Well, we can’t help it: stress seems to be a staple in many people’s lives these days. The only difference is that some are able to handle stress pretty well, while others struggle to cope with all the stress going on. While we may have varied coping mechanisms, here are some tips to effectively manage stress in your day-to-day life. Read more

Top 10 Ways to Reduce Stress

These days, we find most people living in stress due to some or the other reason. If you happen to be in a stressful mind state then taking a wrong approach would only add more tension nothing else.

However, there are plenty of ways though which you can relax yourself and overcome stress: Read more

The Importance of Vacationing

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In today’s fast paced and frenetic world, sometimes it can be easy to overdo it. Many of us tend to try to work until we drop, either from habit or because we are conditioned to feel that we have to. But when we work ourselves into the ground, we are opening ourselves up to a whole raft of health problems. Read more

From Job Loss to Inner Empowerment

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Anyone who has ever lost a job knows that you go through a roller coaster of emotions. It normally starts out with shock, disbelief, fear, hurt and anger. I should know, I’ve been through it three times in the last 11 years – and I’m hear to tell you it does get better!  Having experienced job loss first hand, I have come to realize that there are actual steps you can take to recover and move on. Read more

Get Over Your Disappointment and Breathe Happy!

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Sometimes an unexpected event can hit you like a ton of bricks and can literally blindside you. It can be loss of a job, poor grades in school or college, a broken friendship, a relationship turned sour or even a rejection from a place from where you had high hopes. Maybe you did not get a raise or promotion you were hoping for or your much awaited travel plans got canceled. Disappointments can come in life in many shapes and guises and can hurt a lot. Read more

Is watching the news bad for you?

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I have always enjoyed following current affairs. Whether it’s reading the paper, watching the news on TV or keeping up to speed with events via the radio, I have always kept up to date with what’s going on the world and considered myself to be pretty well-informed. Read more

Five Ways to Fight Depression – They Worked for Me!

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More than 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression. It’s a serious problem and one that shouldn’t be ignored. Whether it’s you or a loved one who is suffering from depression, it’s crucial that you find ways to treat it as soon as possible. Depression is like a vacuum that sucks in your energy. It also sucks hope out of you so that you are unable to do the very thing you need to do to defeat it. The good news is that depression is not an undefeatable foe. By making deliberate choices to feel better, you can actually overcome it. Read more