- Go to bed in time to get three hours sleep
- Eat three healthy meals every day – if you have no appetite make them small
- Get 30 minutes of hard exercise per day
- Set a small goal that you can achieve today
- Be practical about how much you can get done in a day
- Calm yourself down. Ask yourself, ‘What is really the worst that can happen?
- Share a joke, see the funny side of things, feed your sense of humour.
- Postive self-talk – Say something nice to yourself. Count your blessings., and recognise your own achievements. Think, ‘My best Is good enough’
- Smile in the mirror, it’s good for you.
- Do something you love – happiness is your biggest antidote to stress
- Use nature’s pharmacy – get a back rub, sunbake, walk in the bush, listen to soothing music, wear perfume, swim in the ocean
Meet your commitments
- Keep up to date with the tasks. Once you do the tax, pay the bills and fill in the forms you realise the mountain is a molehill.
Invest in your relationships
- Spend quality time with friends and family, because love and support lower stress
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