Structuring the day, even if you work at home, can help to reduce stress. How much structure do you need? Everyone is different…
This exercise only takes a few seconds. It can help you regain focus again when stress or anxiety are clouding your thoughts.
Stress overload has an impact on the body, and the mind. Over time, this takes a toll on our ability to focus. Try these quick activities to help your mind and body get back into synch!
This breathing technique can activate your nervous system’s “brakes”…
Physical activity is one of the best strategies to reduce stress. Here are some ideas to get your heart rate up when you need a mood boost!
For this exercise you only need paper, a pen and about 10 minutes. You can do it alone or with someone else.
Talking about everything that is worrying us is important. But sharing our thoughts about what is helping us get through this time is helpful. too!
Stress-overload has an impact on how we feel, think and behave. Here are some quick activities to get back into balance.
Gravity is always there for you. This tool can help you to regain stability, even without anyone noticing.