Stress comes with the territory of being a boss and just like with everything else, we know exactly how to handle it! DO WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD! We all have a process that works for us and that process is different for everyone. The key is to figure out what works for you. Don’t try to do what everyone else does to handle stress, just do you! Let’s talk about some of the options that could work for you!
Organization and planning is key! Take a moment to sit down and plan out a weekly schedule. ALWAYS WRITE THINGS DOWN. Part of the organization process is writing things down; write everything down! To-do lists grow every day, every hour. It’s so simple to just write things down, and avoid stressing yourself out by trying to memorize all of your tasks. Whether you’re old fashioned with pen and paper or prefer a digital format for staying organized, you have plenty of options.
Get your workout in. Whether you’re into boxing, yoga, running, dancing, strength training, or simply just walking and stretching, staying active is one of the best ways to relieve your stress. Exercise is proven to lift your mood and increase your energy. Aiming for at least 30 minutes of physical activity everyday is sure to bring positivity into your life.
Overall, physical activity offers only benefits to your daily lifestyle. Better moods, increased energy levels, health improvement, maintaining a healthy weight and a stress reliever!
Getting a good night’s rest is absolutely vital. Waking up well rested is the first step toward a productive day, every day. In order to do so, you need to get a goodnight’s rest, this will also take away the itch to hit the snooze button in the morning. Here’s a few tips to help you out.
TEMPERATURE: In order to fall asleep, you have to be comfortable. Room temperature is essential to being comfortable in bed. If it’s too hot, turn on a fan or your AC unit. If it’s too cold, grab a blanket or turn on your heater. Make an effort to find your comfortable temperature because it will highly contribute to your goodnight’s rest.