Time To Live Less Stressed
Author: Catherine Pulsifer
Sometimes in our lives,
We just need a little less stress.
Life gets so crazy at times,
We'd like to just play a little chess.
And then there are the times,
That there's things we wanna do,
But we feel like we don't have time,
To start, let alone to follow through.
So what is it we should do,
But try and make time for us.
We all need a little time,
To sit back without making a fuss.
So let's all make a plan,
To live a life less stressed.
And do the things we wanna do,
This is what I'd suggest!
More thoughts to consider about stress:
Stress is one of those things that can get you down. You first need to recognize what is causing the stress you are experiencing and see if there are actions that can be taken to reduce the stress.
As this short poem suggests one way to reduce stress is to make sure that you make time for YOU. Take the time to do your wanna do's.
Take the time to do a hobby you enjoy doing or, taking a walk, or just reading a book, whatever it is that will help you relax. After doing this you may find that you will not feel as stressed. And, you may see the situation as less stressful.
If you are in a situation that there seems no way out of, then set your goals, start taking action to change your life to what it is that you want in life.
Short Quotes to Encourage
Unfortunately, worry alone tends to accomplish little more than waste energy and diminish productivity.
Donald Neviaser, The Inner View
It is a bad thing to brood about uncertainties in the future, and possible tragedies, some of which never come to pass.
Samuel M. Shoemakers, How You Can Find Happiness
If we all threw our problems in a pile and got a look at everyone else's, we'd fight to get back our own.
Regina Brett, God Never Blinks 50 Lessons for Life's Little Detours
We need to be honest about what the real cause of our stress is.
Is it really our circumstances in life, or is it the way we respond to
Joyce Meyer, eat the cookie. . .buy the shoes
Physical exercise is essential for good mental health because it provides an outlet for stress.
Pamela J. Conrad, Balancing Home & Career
Time is what we want most, but . . . what we use worst.
The time you think you're missing, misses you too.
Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. Be careful lest you let other people spend it for you.