Going home should be a calming time, but the simple truth is that you’re most likely going to get more stressed out when you finally arrive. Dishes to do, a home to clean, kids to worry about, and a spouse that may just want to sit with you. It’s hard to do everything and it is not always a fun thing to do, going home, but we can relax a little while we are doing everything.
Life is filled with a ton of different situations, and the sad reality is that we aren’t going to like everyone that we are put to work with, we aren’t going to enjoy every group we are a part of, and every event is not going to be the party of a lifetime. Yet most of the times we still have to go, still have to stay, and still have to work with that person. Here are three ways to get through a situation that your are not happy with or stressed about.
Being good with money is something we all like to believe that we are good at, but in actuality a majority of us are doing things everyday that are costing us money. Here are three signs you are bad with money.
Stressed out in the middle of the work day? Bad, but it doesn’t have to be disastrous to your entire day. It’s not disastrous, in my opinion, because you don’t have to stay stressed out. Here are my three really quick tips that you can use to destress at work.
As children we are taught that going outside to play is important to our health, and this is only further engrained into our minds throughout high school and college. Yet I’ve personally earned both a Bachelors and Masters degree, and never once has a Professor or Teacher discussed mental health. From Chemistry to Ethics professors, the idea of physical well-being was not lost on me whether it be at Berkeley or Harvard, but mental health was sadly never discussed. Why? Why does something that, according to studies, plagues Millennials and Generation Y never taught to us. …
Work is stressful, but sadly we can’t just walk or run away. That being said we need to stop just staying stressed all day, and instead learn some simple tips to destress at work. Here are three simple ways to start de stressing during your stressful days at work.
Should I rent a house or buy a house when I’m 25-30 years old. The question is not something that most people have the option of answering. That being said 25–30 is really young in this country, and financially most people aren’t ready to buy a house by the time they are 25–30. Yet assuming you read my posts and save money daily, like I’ve been telling you to, by the time you’re 25–30 you could have more than $20,000 in saving. Here are three reasons why you should never consider renting and instead invest in a house. …
Burnout is something we all face, but it isn’t something we all have to face in life. Like any other issue in life a little bit of educaiton can go a long way. Mastering many different tips, tricks, and life hacks can help you avoid the sensation of being burnt-out. That being said, here are three more tips on how you can start to work towards destroying the feeling of being burnt out.
Stress is a constant destroyer of lives, time, and confidence but luckily there are ways that we can knock stress out. When you are faced with a stressful situation the last thing you want to do is feel overwhelmed, but because so many people don’t know what they should do, they revert to the feeling of being overwhelmed. So here are three ways you can work out stress wherever you are.
Get your head out of the clouds, pay attention, and don’t risk it are words that parents, mentors, and teachers tell students every day throughout the world. While it may not encapsulate every conversation had by people it does represent a huge majority of the things that authority figures love to tell kids.
In my opinion, these words are by far the worst things that you can tell any student, and luckily for me, my parents, teachers, mentors, and friends have always been supportive of all the dreams and plans that I have had. …