Friday, November 24, 2017

Stress and the Work at Home Woman: Tips to help you reduce stress

August 14, 2010 by  
Filed under mindset, stress, stress reduction, woman entrepreneur

Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up every morning with a smile on your face,
energy and life balance?

Work at home women are experiencing their share of stress. Between caring for family, their business, nurturing their Faith and other roles it can be a bit overwhelming.

Did you know that stress can be attributed to 90% of all chronic diseases. Stress can ead to heart attacks, strokes and other chronic diseases..

What are some of your areas of stress?

Three essential keys to stress management include…

Discovering how to leverage your time

Mastering your mindset

Working on and following a system for life balance

It’s important for you as a Work at home woman to begin taking stress reduction
serious. Take something from this post and apply it to your life.

A powerful stress reduction tip is to laugh. It has been stated that
laughter is like medicine for the soul.

List ways you can integrate laughter into your schedule.

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How can you use the information shared in this post before your head hits
the pillow tonight? Go ahead write it down and add one to two daily action steps
to focus on.

Here’s to the new stressed-less you!

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4 Responses to “Stress and the Work at Home Woman: Tips to help you reduce stress”
  1. The Work-at-Home Woman wears a number of different hats and while many onlookers believe that because she works from home she has it made, her multi-faceted role can create stress. Finding ways to manage stress and introduce humor does help. Great tips, Robin. Thank you.

    • Robin says:

      You’re welcome. Yes some do believe that way.
      That’s why it’s important for wahw to find sources of support
      and networks where we can be inspired by like-minded women.
      Thanks for your comment Yvonne.

  2. I love working at home! The main thing is to remember to take care of yourself. That helps me eliminate stress so I don’t feel overwhelmed. Good post! #blogboost

  3. This reminded me of the old saw “Laughter is the best medicine.” It is so true, when you really look at it life is much easier when we are cheerful.

    I know I don’t do as well when I am taking things too serious.

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