Kick Stress to the Curb This Fall

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Posted October 27, 2012 by Tiffany Weekes
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Kick Stress to the Curb
Are you stressed-out? Chances are this time of year with so many different things going on your stress level maybe higher then normal.

This is one of the most stressful times of the year because there are so many different things happening all at once. Holidays, back to school, life events, it just never seems to end. If you’re looking for ways to feel more balanced this article can help you.

The easiest thing to do in order to find more balance and clarity in your life is to declutter your environment. Here are tips to help you get organized and get peace of mind fast.

Start in the Closet

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The closet is where we start our day and end our day so it is important that it is organized and easy to get in and out to.

If you have a lot of clothes, boxes and things that are piling up, it makes it hard to go in there with a stress-free and easy gentle mind frame.

Instead you’ll go in feeling frustrated and this will add to your stress it’s easy to distress. By organizing your closet and getting rid of everything that no longer fits you will feel better every time you try on an outfit.

This is a good way to see what holes you have in your wardrobe. Sometimes we become stressed out when we can’t find something to wear. So picking an outfit that you know you will be confident in is a must for a stress free life.

Be Confident

Confidence is important especially in illuminating stress the more confident you are in life, the less stressed you will be. Whether it is a work presentation, a relationship issue or helping your family solve a problem you can be confident.

The easiest way to be confident is to have a great smile and feel good mentally, spiritually and physically. Easy ways to feel better are to make sure that you’re taking care of yourself by brushing your teeth every day. Involve your family and make sure they’re flossing and brushing as well.

It’s the little things that matter and really add up the more little things that you do to take care of yourself the less stress that you will have.

Plus the more you involve your family, the more you will realize you are on the same page as them and your stress will be eliminated.

This fall you can kick stress to the curb and declutter your life with these easy to implement health and body mind tips.

For more health advice visit Southwaterfront Deantl. a dentist in Portland. Shannon Kaiser is a health and wellness writer.