Stress Relief TipsWritten by Ryan Fyfe
With how busy we keep ourselves on a day to day basis, itís no wonder that so many of us suffer from stress. Stress is something that is almost impossible to avoid, because of way that we are wired. With that said though stress can be easily dealt with in many ways.
Exercise - Exercise always pops into articles like this: Thatís because itís important. Exercise has ability to relax both your mind and your body. One of big advantages that exercise has is that it forces you to get out, and to maintain some balance. If your working a lot, and are having a hard time getting other things done in life, you can easily make a deal with yourself to get out for a walk everyday at lunch time. This will allow you to clear your head and be more focused in your work, and also it will allow you time to relax, spend some time with nature, and remember that a physical wellness has a huge impact on mental wellness
Reward - Reward yourself. Too often we get into patterns where we work too much, sleep to little, and run our body into ground. Take breaks daily, weekly, monthly. Get up during day from your work, and get in a walk. Take a weekend get away to freshen up your mind from your work. Take a yearly trip to experience something different from 9-5 grind back home. I understand that not all of these things are capable but they are all possible in moderation and with:
Intuition Power Made EasyWritten by Steve Gillman
Have you ever used your intuition to solve problems? Can you trust your intuition? Can you improve it?
What Is Intuition?
Intuition is simply a feeling , sense, or hunch based on information not available to your conscious mind. Some say this comes from ether or wherever, but I'm content to believe that our minds have a lot more going on in there than we know.
How can Gary Kasparov win a chess game against a computer that can calculate positions many moves further ahead than he can? By using his intuitive grasp of game. His experience allows him to combine analysis with a "sense" of which move is best.
Intuition can also warn us. My wife and I felt we shoudn't get on that bus in South America. We knew crowded busses were prime hunting grounds for pickpockets, and we saw drunk man bumping into people. We didn't think about these things consciously, but they registered in our minds, and warned us. We ignored our intuition, and I was robbed.
Of course, you can have a hunch for irrelevant reasons too. If you were hit by a taxi as a child, you might have "intuitive" hunches not to get into taxis for rest of your life. So how do you know when to trust your intuition?