Meaning – Coping with Stress by Thriving on Good Changes

Have you ever noticed yourself going to the icebox to get something to eat when you are all upset? You’re not alone there are many people just like you in this world. They are like you wishing they could do something to change that from happing to them but it isn’t going away what you can do to help you to change all of this from happing to you. You have to train yourself to do something different only you can do this.

What causes this to happen to people?

Most of the time this happens is when people are stressed out or being upset. The first thing they want to do is to run to the icebox and eat everything they see in it. Which isn’t healthy for you in the first place. You need to think way down inside your body and figure out what can be done about this habit. There are other ways to go, you just have to figure out what to do about it and do it.

What can one do to learn to redirect me?

Redirecting is hard for most of us to do but it can be done in time. You have to do it over and over again until your brain knows that is what you want it to do instead of going and binging on food. So when you feel you have to eat why not go and pick up a good book and read it. You’re going to have to make yourself do this, but you can do this if you want it bad enough. If you find that reading isn’t what is good for you at a time like this, then you will have to find something that will work for you. Meditation or breathing exercises are good alternatives to redirect to.

What are some things I can do to find what is good for me?

There really isn’t anything good to say about this other than you have to do some things on your own to find out what would be best for you what might be good for you may not be good for someone else. You might want to ask your friends what they do to give you some ideas. They may suggest something like taking a real hot bath or reading a good book. Some of them may find that exercising is a good way to release some of their stress. Pre-recorded Hypnosis or Subliminal therapy sessions and EFT exercises could provide you with release stress and could be done anywhere at any time, where you can take a time out.

There are many things that you may find works for you that don’t work for your friends. You might think that cleaning the house is a good way to get rid of stress that is okay too.

Why is stress so bad for me and why do, I need to get rid of it?

Stress is something that you might want to get rid of as soon as it hit you. Why is this?

This is because stress isn’t good for you or your health. It will cause you many problems if you don’t get rid of it as soon as you can.

Stress can be a cause of heart troubles, high blood pressure, out of control cholesterol, and can cause you to have some form of depression. If this happens then you will have to go to your family doctor and may have to take some kind of medication for it.

Therefore, you are better off if you can learn to control it before this happens. There is a way to do it you just have to have some willpower and set your mind to it and do it. Thrive to make satisfying changes. In the meantime, here is a gift from me to you …

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22 Morning Routines That Will Inspire You to Get Out of Bed (Guest Post)

Original post: Brit + Co. (27 Feb 2017)

Mornings. You either love them or hate them. If you’re trying to convince yourself to be more of a morning person, these Instagrammers definitely provide some convincing inspiration. Whether it’s relaxing moments with a good cup of coffee, spending a little time working on a creative hobby, or just enjoying a few minutes of extra cuddle time with your pooch, these snaps might just convince us to set our alarms an extra hour earlier tomorrow morning.
1. @nikiridz: Taking a couple of minutes in the morning to journal, read a book or just cuddle with your kitty is a much better way to start the day than pushing snooze until the last possible moment.
2. @myblueandwhitekitchen: We wouldn’t say no to breakfast this pretty. This Nordic-inspired porridge is whipped up with berries for a creamy, fluffy bowl of dreaminess. Check out the recipe on her beautiful blog, My Blue and White Kitchen.
3. @sashapanfilova: Morning hours can be an ideal time to get work done, especially when you have a workspace as pretty as this one. Wondering how to organize your home office? Check out some of our favorite ways to organize our desks to get you refocused and ready to attack those projects.
4. @dollyandoatmeal: Having a breakfast that you look forward to eating helps get you up in the morning. Have you tried overnight oats yet?
5. @katerera: Toast is one of our favorite breakfast staples. Even though it’s amazing with butter and jam, we’ve also come up with some other fun ways to upgrade your toast if you want to switch things up a bit.
6. @to_maria: Afternoons can get long and evenings busy, so if you’re most productive in the AM make sure you set aside some time to do a favorite hobby that might otherwise get ignored.
7. @carmina: We live for leisurely mornings where we can have coffee with our favorite people.
8. @danielabistrain: How adorable are those miniature skillets? Whether they’re baked, scrambled, or boiled, you can’t go wrong with eggs for brekkie.
9. @annettvelsberg: Start your day off right with a hefty handful of fresh berries and cherries.
10. @lightpoem: Granola is such a great way to kickstart your morning, especially when you pack it with berries, yogurt, and almond milk. Try our very own recipe for coconut Almond Chia granola and throw a baggie in your gym bag for a post-workout snack.
11. @lbtoma: Make someone else’s day by writing a few notes while you’re sipping your coffee. DIY some pretty stationery or check out our store for a variety of amazing cards.
12. @thefashionmedley: Everyone needs a tray table for breakfasts in bed, or for just making sure you don’t spill coffee on your cozy comforter.
13. @bond_i_anna: That pillowcase probably doesn’t send the right message if you’re trying to work up the courage to get out of bed, but how amazing is that headboard?? If you’re thinking of updating your bedroom decor, we’ve got some great ideas for easy DIY headboards that don’t require any power tools.
14. @shalicenoel: Some mornings are just going to be hectic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t fit in a stylish selfie or two.
15. @saltandbone: We’re all about quick and easy breakfasts. You can make a couple soft boiled eggs and toast in under five minutes for a healthy and delicious breakfast to keep you going ’til lunch.
16. @poppykock: Some mornings are just meant to be spent with our best friend.
17. @linda_lomelino: Is there anything better than pancakes in the morning? Nope, we didn’t think so.
18. @sugarandcloth: Hydrating first thing in the morning will help you feel energized during the rest of the day. Adding lemon boosts your metabolism and keeps your skin clear. If you have trouble drinking enough water, try making flavored water to keep things more interesting.
19. @polabur: Pass the syrup, please. Did you know you can make almost any pancake recipe gluten-free with one simple ingredient switch? If you’re trying to avoid gluten, check out these gluten-free recipes that use teff flour.
20. @theschoolofstyling: We won’t judge you if you’re not the first one at the gym in the morning, but taking ten minutes to stretch, do some yoga, or even just meditate can put you in a much more positive mood throughout the day.
21. @local_milk: Research has shown that taking the time to make coffee at home is actually a form of relaxation and meditation. Instead of standing in line at Starbucks, enjoy your morning coffee-making routine. Branch out from boring old drip coffee with some of these clever ways to make the best cup of joe possible.
22. @marthastewart: Join up with Martha Stewart on her #cleanslatechallenge to get some inspiration on smart meal-planning habits. Having extra time in the morning means you can pack healthy lunches for the rest of the week so you don’t splurge on unhealthy meals.
Do you have any morning routines? Share your favorite early morning moments with us in the comments below!
This article was originally published on Brit + Co.
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