Wednesday, March 14, 2012

My Key To An (Almost) Stress-Free Day. {Sponsored By Sprint}


Life is riddled with worry and stress, so to keep me from losing my sanity - I always do one simple thing in the morning. I wake-up really early, earlier than anyone else in the house, and squeeze in a little "me" time. I pour myself a cup of coffee, I sit down to read and meditate, and enjoy some quiet time while the house is completely still.

This is my time. No one is asking me for anything. No one is running up and down the stairs. No one is making a mess I need to clean-up. It's just me and my cup of Joe.

I can't imagine starting my day without it, and if I did, I would probably feel rushed or stressed. Life always pulls you in a million directions and having that alone time before I hear the little pitter-patter of running feet is super important - at least to me anyway.

I mean, let's face it. Having a completely worry-free day is practically impossible nowadays, so finding the time to do little things that will set your mind at ease is imperative to our overall health, no?

And if I do have one of those brutally exhausting days - well, there's nothing like a warm bath and a cup of hot tea to melt away my worries.

How do you try to keep your life stress or worry-free?

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{Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Sprint via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Sprint.}
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