If it’s been one of those days (or weeks, or even months), more than just your nerves may be frazzled. From unkempt hair to gnawed-up nails, stress takes a toll on your appearance—not to mention the number it does on your insides. But I’ve got good news. You can tackle tension and tend to your looks in one easy step with these soothing, pampering products.
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It’s no secret that stress can put you in a not-so-friendly mood. But next time you’re feeling frazzled, you may want to rely on an old childhood habit to help you calm down.
Between juggling careers, family life, friendships and everything in between, women have little time to care for themselves. It’s no wonder our stress levels are so high.
Too much stress can lead to all sorts of problems, from irritability and anxiety to loss of sleep, weight gain and even hormone imbalances. However, there are several ways women can de-stress with both diet and exercise. And if you get started with these healthy habits now, you can lessen the impact of stress before it hits.
What’s waiting for YOU on Monday morning – is it a pile of paperwork? An endless list of errands? Whatever your situation, the (unofficial) start of the week can bring plenty of unpleasant stress.
If you’re suffering from a “case of the Mondays,” try these easy stress relief techniques:
It comes at you from all angles – in the office, on the highway, at home. Stress is a part of daily life, and it’s nearly impossible to avoid!
If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, it’s time to stop and smell…. the flowers! (And not just the roses.) Bach® Rescue Remedy® offers a safe, effective and natural way to calm your nerves with a simple sip. Read more →
You’ve dreamed about it for years – the flowers, the dress, the cake, the … seating chart catastrophes?
OK, so being a bride isn’t always a bed of white roses. Sometimes it’s wilted flowers, feuding family members and dress-related dilemmas.
It’s that time of year again—taxes are due, final exams are approaching, outdoor activities and sports practices resume. As lovely a season as spring is, it often comes with stress. All those fresh beginnings also create new items on your “To Do” list. For me, they include getting my homeschooled daughter’s school year wrapped up, spring cleaning our home and training for the upcoming Masters Nationals figure competition in July.
When times get stressful, and we try to do everything and make everyone happy, we usually put ourselves last. And it’s a huge mistake. A little stress relief can go a long way, making the day-to-day tasks easier to handle and keeping you calm in the midst of all those big-springtime-project storms.
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