It's been unseasonably warm for a couple of days, so it's been relatively easy for me to get motivated to run outside and take advantage of the nice weather. But I know it can't last forever and soon I'll need a little extra motivation to run in the bone-chilling cold or on the treadmill.
Have you decided that you want to relieve more stress in your life, but don't know where to begin? Or you've made some healthy changes, and aren't sure what else you need? Here you'll find plenty to help: a basic-but-complete stress relief plan, tips for busy people, a rundown of the benefits of stress management, and a collection of our best quizzes and self-assessments. You can also get the latest updates and inspirational quotes on the Facebook Page About Stress Management. Enjoy your week! --Elizabeth
Come to this site looking for different ways to relieve stress, and you'll find a huge selection of techniques. They all work, but how do you know which techniques to use, and when? If you don't already have a cohesive stress relief plan that works well for you, let's take a step back and look at the big picture of stress relief.
It seems in recent years being busy has become the rule rather than the exception. If you feel busy and stressed, and don't have a lot of time to work stress relief into your schedule, you may end up feeling tired and lethargic or overwhelmed and plagued by chronic stress. Clearly, stress relief is important even for busy people. The following are ways to get more energy, relieve stress, and find extra time in your day--a must for busy people everywhere!
Looking for motivation to create a stress management plan (besides just wanting to feel better right now)? Read about the benefits of stress management, and find additional resources to get started making simple, healthy, and important changes in your life!
Knowing how different personality traits can impact stress levels, many people wonder, "What type of personality do I have?" and how these traits may be affecting stress levels. The following stress quizzes and assessments can help you to better understand yourself and your relationship with stress, and find resources for effective stress management.