Journal Your Stress Away

Written by Doreene Clement

Journal Your Stress Away By Doreene Clement Writing down our thoughts and feelings, as in keeping a journal, is a proven method to relieve stress and improve well being. The expression achieved through writing in a journal on a regular basis, or during times of high stress, helps to clarify and focus what we are actually feeling and experiencing. Putting down on paper what we are frustrated about, worried and concerned with, helps us to begin to understand in a clearer, more concise manner, what we are going through. That understanding can help us to realize what actions we can then take to work throughrepparttar stress.

Journaling on a regular basis about daily events, joys, and struggles alike, can actually help us to face our day, and solve our problems with less stress. When we record our days on paper, or onrepparttar 145001 computer, we are processing our feelings, fears and joys, as we are writing.

To help withrepparttar 145002 stress in our days we can create a routine and journaling system for ourselves. Ask yourself a daily morning question upon rising. This becomes a check intorepparttar 145003 day question, and writingrepparttar 145004 answer down, can be a great way to focusrepparttar 145005 day. For Example - "What am I going to do today that will support just me?" Or - "What am I going to do today at my work, (or with friends, or family), that is different than I have done before?" Another idea - "What one thing do I want to accomplish today that I have not had time to do?" We can askrepparttar 145006 same question each day, or ask a new question.

We can also create a journal to record what we need to keep doing, stop doing, do less of, or more of. For example - "I need to stop playing old broken records from my past that no longer apply and no longer serve me. I am enough. I do not have to live in fear. We can journal on that topic alone, until it feels finished."

The Most Beautiful Flowers

Written by Gary Gresham

The most beautiful flowers, in conjunction with their design and color schemes, create feelings that enhance our mood. They are a simple and sincere way to lift our spirits. The most beautiful flowers can bring a smile to someone face who has been sick or having a rough day. The presence of flowers has a profound impact on ones state of mind and emotions. Flowers trigger feelings of happiness and help us cope with anger and pain. They help us stay calm and relaxed. They can also help relieve stress. Imagine a beautiful flower, see it in your mind, smellrepparttar aroma it gives off. Imagery has been used for relaxation and to help reduce stress for centuries. It is a simple concept that you can do anytime ofrepparttar 145000 day, anywhere you are. Just take a few minutes and try it, you will be amazed at how much better you feel.

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