How to Let Go of Stress
The mess of stress is never fun, so calm down with clutter-busting clarity.
CNN's Francesca Castagnoli said it best when she said, "We're too frantically busy to deal with the stuff that makes us feel frantically busy."
Instead of sweating over collective small stuff, finding a way to escape and release both physically and psychologically will be of tremendous benefit.
The key to converting stressed out to stress-free is letting go.
With less on your mind, you have less to think you're responsible for, thus resulting in this newfound sense of control [as ironic as that may sound]. The ease then leads to a calmer existence in a matter of minutes.
"When you start to let go, your life lightens up because you have less to think about and less to maintain," says Geralin Thomas.
Doing so will not only put you in a place of zen, but it will also directly affect your ability to focus and even lose weight, paving a pathway towards more enjoyment in everyday life.
Whether it's working on a creative project, closing your eyes to lose yourself in relaxing music, or enjoying an evening walk, start to pencil in a portion of the day dedicated to letting go, and watch as the stress will see its way to the door.
What is your go-to way to de-stress, and how often do you make time for it?