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R ule 3. If you cant fight or flee, then flow.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with but a single step.
Listen to some music that relaxes you.
Get up and dance!
Volunteer at any nonprofit or charitable agency.
Sign up for a Yoga class.
Read aloud to a child.
Go for a bike ride. Remember to wear your helmet.
Take a nap.
an art museum
Take a drive in the country.
Avoid caffeine or alcohol.
Take a brisk walk through a local park.
Make a to-do list and cross things off after they’re done.
Keep a journal
to write your daily activities
Practice saying “NO” to things you don’t have time for.
Call a friend and ask them to be your vent partner.
Smile and think happy thoughts.
Work ahead and don’t put off assignments until last minute.
Do a cardiovascular workout.
Take a bubble bath.
Take a break from what you’re doing and stretch.
Do something you like: a hobby, cooking, walking, anything to take your mind off stress.
Go rollerblading or ice-skating.
Get up 15 minutes earlier to have some “YOU” time.
Draw or paint a picture and focus on what you’re creating not how good it is.
Take a trip to the zoo or aquarium.
Make a CD of your favorite songs.
Take a Tai-Chi or pilates class.
Make a list of positive things in your life
and hang it next to your desk
, bed, door etc.
Enjoy a day with nature.
Plant a tree
, feed the birds or take a hike.
Jump rope or play hop-scotch with a friend.
Give or ask a friend for a hug.
Rule 1. Don't sweat the small stuff.
Rule 2. It's all small stuff.
ule 3. If you can't
fight or flee
, then flow.
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