Stress is a short word that packs a mighty punch. It can impact how we feel physically and emotionally. Stress can affect your performance at work, strain relationships, and limit what we do; and while it’s inevitable, there are steps we can take to limit its effect.
There’s a distinct difference between the number of single women vs single men that are buying homes. And while there are many variables that contribute to this trend women are making moves to increase their net worth and create generational wealth, one home purchase at a time.
We’ve all wondered, at one time or another, “is this all life has to offer?” Routines become redundant and we find ourselves questioning our purpose. What happened to living a fulfilled and happy life? Are we meant to just study, work, pay bills, and squeeze in just enough time for sleep and a little entertainment?
Life is stressful, no matter what stage you’re in. There are a lot of things can influence how much stress you experience and how well you’re able to handle it. If you’re looking for ways to eliminate stress, one surprising way you may not have considered is moving!
The Stanford marshmallow experiment explores the overall earnings of those that are willing to delay gratification in order to reap more reward in the long term. However, we live in a world that champions an immediate outcome, making it difficult for many to focus time and resources towards a goal that may not yield results for quite some time.
When’s the last time you woke up refreshed, rejuvenated and excited about your day? How often do you find yourself up late, unable to sleep, because you can’t seem to stop thinking? Or can you remember going to bed without the stresses of the next day causing your mental stress or anxiety?