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No more bad days

I’m Having a Bad Day

Some days, you’re just not feeling it. You might be feeling tired, sad and unmotivated. Other days you start off feeling great but the wheels seem to fall off: you get stuck in traffic, something goes wrong at work, or you have a fight with a significant other.  The Only Thing You Can Do There …

Work-life balance

Work-Life Balance and Stress

Being unbalanced in the way you approach your work and your home life can cause unecessary, excessive stress. Using Choice Theory principles it’s possible to create a Wonderful work-life balance. You know that having an unbalanced work and home life is stressful, unhealthy, and ultimately unsustainable. I’m sure you’ve heard lots about the importance of …

How to Get Mindful About Stress

How to Get Mindful About Stress

To practice mindfulness for stress is to practice being fully present in the moment. When you do this, it’s not possible to be stressed. Unless of course, you’re under immediate physical threat. There is rarely anything to fear in the present. Most stress, anxiety, and fear is tied up with imaginings about the future. Initially, …

4 Ways to Manage Stress For Success

There’s no doubt that excess stress is a major health concern. But stress in itself shouldn’t be an excuse for low productivity. In fact, you can optimize stress to optimize productivity. Healthy levels of stress can actually make you stronger, more resilient, more creative and more productive. This is called eustress. It’s the kind of …

In Control

Am I Really in Control?

Do you feel stressed and anxious because your life seems out of your control? Believing that you are ever really in control of your life is a fantasy. There’s only ever one thing in life that can you control, that’s you and that’s enough. We often measure wellbeing against how “in control” we feel. That’s …

Overcome Situational Depression

How to Overcome Situational Depression

Situational depression, also known as adjustment disorder, is depression caused by your response to stress or loss. When a situation is particularly difficult to cope with, you can develop stress-related responses: e.g. racing thoughts, insomnia, anxiety, etc. If you can adapt to the new situation, or adapt the situation to cause us less stress, we …