How To Stifle Overwhelm Before It Suffocates You

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You probably wear lots of different hats, yes?

I don’t mean like a range of caps, bonnets and Stetsons.

Rather like a stack of metaphorical hats that brings with it responsibilities, demands and tasks – oh boy, lots of tasks!

It feels as if you’re desperately trying to juggle them – circus style, fast, furiously and … flawlessly.

There’s an unseen pressure to do HUGE amounts and to do them all super well.

Tiring. Very, very tiring!

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Would Some Magical Life Juice Help?

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“Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about. ~ Oscar Wilde”

Randomly, today I got all caught up looking back over the last ten years of my life.

Bizarre. It wasn’t New Year’s Eve or my birthday, the traditional times to muse, reflect and bemoan… just a little.

Nothing monumental had happened. It was just another, slightly cloudy, Tuesday morning.

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105 Ways To Stay Calm, Carry On And De-Stress Your Day

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​Stress is an ignorant state. It believes that everything is an emergency.~Natalie Goldberg

Are you keeping up?

Because the pace of modern life is frantic.

And it’s all too easy to fall behind with commitments and responsibilities:

  • Work
  • Kids
  • House cleaning and maintenance
  • Bills
  • Social engagements​

There’s an endless list of expectations and tasks on your already tyrannical to-do list.

You run like a frenzied hamster on a wheel but still can’t keep up.

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How to Halve Your Worries & Double Your Happiness – The Experts Cut

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Do you want to halve your worries?

And double your happiness?

Silly question, perhaps. Because there’s probably no one alive who wouldn’t want to worry less.

Sometimes it seems there just aren’t enough hours in the day for all the things we have to worry about.

Because worry is a vicious cycle: the more we worry, the more it sets off a chain reaction of more worry.

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