So many people talk to me about "big" things that are stressful. Often, however, it is a "small" part that either contributes to a problem or prevents an individual from taking them. The following are ten things you can do to minimize stress in your life:
1. Get enough sleep – When you're tired, you lose sight and can make a mistake in court. Have regular sleep that you honor (even on weekends) should provide at least eight hours before bedtime.
2. Eat three nutritious meals a day – The jumper is the same as trying to drive the car when the tank is empty. Food is a fuel that gives energy, not only to move but also to think.
3. Have something positive to look forward to – Some say the expectation is better than execution. Organize any activity or event that you can expect. Whether it's a trip, a ticket for an exhibition or sharing a meal with a friend, the date of the calendar can be positive.
4. Spend Less Than You Get – If you can not pay this month, it's unlikely you can create two next month. Being able to discriminate yourself, please available credit in the community, will allow you financial freedom rather than bondage.
5. Work hard when you are at work – You are paid to produce value for your employer and owe it to the organization. When you focus on the tasks assigned to you, everyone works – employer, customers and you!
6. Develop healthy goals – Know where you end and other people start. Make sure you have a healthy relationship with others and take responsibility for what is your responsibility and allow others to be responsible for their responsibility.
7. Be careful with what you drink – Take caffeine, alcohol and potion that disappears to wipe or lower you. Many beverages are loaded with artificial, sugar or ingredients that adversely affect your health. Water is your best choice!
8. Do something every day that will make your soul sing – Listen to music, go for a walk, read a good book, play with your pet, call friends. Life is a compilation of days. Make them meaningful.
9. Give something to the world – Volunteer for a mission, give reason, teach someone to read, share your blessings with someone who will be happy and grateful.
10. Keep track of your thoughts – Your ideas are self-fulfilling. Someone who believes that he is a failure will probably experience a failure, but those who feel positive, healthy thoughts tend to achieve their goals.
It's not always "big" things that cause problems in our lives. Often it is the winding that results from not taking care of "little" things. You can start this minute to get back on track. Start with # 10 and believe things get better because you have the ability to do it.