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The Best Stress Relievers

Oddly enough, it is often the little things that give us the most stress. Check off the stress relievers below if they are true for you.

 

I keep my gas tank at least half full.

I am always ten minutes early and never rushed.

I am free of all addictions and attachments (caffeine, TV, sugar, FB).

I have a daily routine that is a pleasure.

I use a time management system that works so I do not miss or forget appointments.

I do not run yellow lights, speed or tailgate. I let other cars in.

I don’t do laundry or housework.

I spend ten minutes every day sitting and doing absolutely nothing.

I have one night a week just for me, free from business and personal appointments (your Sacred Evening or Artist’s Date).

I have a day of rest free from any work or errands (traditionally Saturday or Sunday) every week.

I have nothing in my home or in storage that I haven’t used in the last year or find absolutely beautiful.

I pay bills automatically on line or by direct debit.

My groceries are delivered weekly.

I check my email and voicemail once or twice a day at the most.

I delegate the things I hate doing (e.g., taxes, dusting, ironing).

I watch less than five hours of TV or movies a week.

 

Congratulations! The more of these you have checked off, the more time and space you will have and the easier life will be. Yes, it’s that simple.

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Talane Miedaner
Talane Miedaner is a Master Life Coach and the founder of LifeCoach.com. She is the international bestselling author of Coach Yourself to Success: 101 Tips for Accomplishing Your Personal and Professional Goals (McGraw-Hill, 2014), Coach Yourself to a New Career as well as The Secret Laws of Attraction.