How to be Stress-Free No Matter What!

Stress FreeDo you feel stressed out and overwhelmed?

As a nurse, there is so much that goes on in your daily life. It almost feels impossible to be stress-free.

Apart from your stressful job, there are all the other things you have to deal with.
Your family, kids, relatives, bills, school and so much.
I know this because I’ve been there.
It almost seems like overwhelm has become your new normal.
After a while, you begin to feel burnt out.
Nurse burnout is the reason why I was inspired to write the book Finding Inner Peace.

You don’t have to make huge changes to your lifestyle. Making small changes will make a significant difference.
Some key tools included are:
1. De-clutter your Mind
If you have so many projects that are pending, emails waiting for a response and it feels like there is too much to do, your mind will feel overworked and cluttered.
You need to learn to declutter your mind.


2. Meditate
Take some time away from your busy schedule to meditate. It can be for a little as ten minutes a day.
After eating lunch before you return to work, take some time to meditate.
The difference it will make will be tremendous.


3. Be Positive
Learn to be positive even if your surrounding doesn’t look positive. You can achieve this if you practice gratitude on a daily basis.
You will be amazed at the difference it will make and how calm you will feel.



4. Practice Mindfulness
Practice being in the present moment.
Be here now.
It is so common to be six hours ahead from your present moment, which only adds to your stress.

Finding Inner Peace is a resource you don’t want to miss.
There are many tools you will find to help you stay calm and peaceful -no matter what.

Finding Inner Peace




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  1. I make sure my area is de-cluttered. That helps me a lot.

    • Joyce says:

      Great for you. Neatness is next to Godliness. It also keeps you stress-free.

  2. Linda says:

    Thanks for sharing on how to reduce stress

    • Joyce says:

      You are Welcome Linda.

  3. Great advice. I am going to share this book with my students.

    • Joyce says:

      Thank you.
      They will definitely enjoy it.

  4. Dorine says:

    Thanks for sharing. I get overwhelmed at times.

    Got a copy and found out that this book is helpful.

    • Joyce says:

      Thanks Dorine.
      There are so many things that stress out nurses.
      I’m so happy you found the book helpful.