It’s Impossible To Eliminate Stress, But It Can Be Managed

We all get stressed, it’s part of the human condition. Nobody looks forward to deadline week at work and no one is super keen to go home when they know there’s an argument waiting for them.

It’s impossible to eliminate stress, but it can be managed – spare 15 to 20-minute blocs in your day can be used to clear your head and make the rest of your day more manageable during hectic periods.

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Sometimes it’s the little changes that make all the difference and you’ll be surprised how much stress is self-imposed. With a little bit of work, stress can be chucked in the bin.

This guide highlights just a few of the things that can be done to keep stress to a minimum. Remember, everyone is different and what will work for some may not work for others, so keep that in mind, and take this as a simple jumping-off point.

1. You-Time

Go for a walk during your work break or establish an hour of alone time at home, sometimes you’re better off with your own company.

While this isn’t always the case, many will feel the obligation to socialise when stressed and it just adds to mounting pressure. You don’t have to be a people pleaser. Find a space and watch a video or listen to some music.

Often stress comes from feeling overwhelmed so saving some time for yourself will offer you an opportunity to think clearly without feeling obligated to make small talk.

2. Meditation or Mindfulness

You don’t have to go to classes or download apps, much like the me-time this is just an opportunity to clear your head.

While there are a lot of great resources, your daily mindfulness could be as simple as getting up in the morning and saying “I’ve got this” to yourself.

If you want to properly meditate, that’s great too. Sometimes thinking about nothing is the best thing to focus on.

Carve out a little bit of quiet time and empty your head of work, obligations, and responsibilities for a little while. You’ll be surprised by how effective this can be.

3. Skincare

If you stress it’ll show up on your skin, and that’ll cause more stress, and the vicious cycle will continue.

Taking care of your skin with energising and soothing skincare products from recognised brands like Purito that help your skin remain smooth and clear. If you look good, you’ll feel good. So start your days of feeling good and stress won’t have as much of an effect on you.

It takes no more than 15 minutes and can easily become a part of your morning routine that helps you set yourself up for the day.

4. Planning

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Stress is often caused by unreachable deadlines or unforeseen expenses, this can be managed more efficiently through proper planning.

Plan your month out, in terms of jobs that have to be done, in terms of finances, and in terms of personal goals. You’ll find that it’s much more productive to work off of a plan and more things will get done, giving you more time for personal goals.

Give it a try and see if having your roles planned out ahead of time help you keep stress levels at a minimum.

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