Change #1: Organize your living space.
Clutter in your home can cause you additional stress. Organize your home, clean the clutter, and you will have a soothing and relaxing home to look forward to.
Change #2: Organize your time.
Organizing your time by keeping a schedule, refusing overburdening demands, and fining the shortest way to accomplish an objective, will give you more time to do the things that you like. It will also keep your stress levels down.
Change #3: Surround yourself with supportive people.
Having a supportive social circle, or even just one person, to talk to helps you to a healthier and less stressful life. Nourishing your relationships with your friends will help you in the long run, and make things more fun in the process.
Change #4: Nourish your body.
You will be better able to handle your stresses if your body is in good shape and well-nourished. A malnourished body can cause a gread deal of stress. Make sure you get enough sleep, eat properly and exercise regularly. Occasional visits to the spa will contribute to a less-stressful existance too.
Change #5: Revive your spirit.
Stress-relieving exercises will help you keep the stress in your life at bay. It will contribute to your mental, physical and emotional well-being, and brace you for the new stresses that each day will bring to your life.