Editor's Note: It takes three weeks to form a habit. So we've partnered with the Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-Ways to keep your stress at bay!
Hello everyone! Sasha here.
Have you noticed that it's right around that time of year when the "New Year, New Me!" posts start popping up all over social media.
You want to know one of the most stress inducing experiences I've dealt with? Learning to say, "No!". That's my tip to you as we head into 2019: Establish Boundaries and Learn the Power of saying, "No!"
Welcome to day 15 of the 21-Day Stress Management Challenge.
Read on to dive right in.
âScroll all the way to the bottom to check out Days 1-14.
We all sometimes face this problem of overextending ourselves and put others issues and needs before our own.
As much as you should try to be available when your loved ones need you, you should not sacrifice your mental health and self care by being available to everyone around me at all times.
While I wouldn't want my circle feel like they canât depend on me, at the same time, I find myself struggling to make time for myself and sometimes my personal passion projects wind up taking a back seat.
Sasha Talks Tech has partnered with Well Being Trust and Providence St. Joseph Health to bring you 21-days of actionable tips you can integrate into your daily routine to live the very best version of your life.
Well Being Trust is a national foundation dedicated to advancing the mental, social and spiritual health of the nation.
Let's be more loving and self-aware, lets limit and minimize stress where we can! So take the time to be proactive and give our challenge a shot!
âMissed a day? Check out tips from Day 1-Day 14 below!
Day 1: Get Outside
Day 2: Laugh
Day 3: Meditation
Day 4: Journaling
Day 5: Me Time
Day 6: Yoga
Day 7: Vitamins and Supplements
Day 8: Reduce Caffeine
Day 9: Essential Oils
Day 10: Cut Back On Procrastination
âDay 11: Light a Candle
Day 12: Checking Gum
âDay 13: Spend Time With Family and Friends
âDay 14: Organize Your Space