Courtesy of Diane Mosier, Century 21 High Country
Stress is a part of life; but sometimes the stress can be excessive, causing problems with a person’s health, lifestyle, or relationships. Before stress sends your life into a tailspin, employ these tips to de-stress your life.
You’ll feel less stress if your house isn’t a mess. Take a day to clean your home and get everything just the way you want it. Once your home is organized, it will be easier to organize your thoughts as well.
Don’t be afraid to say no
If you feel like you have too much to do and too little time, you just might be right. So don’t be afraid to say no to some requests. This will allow you to focus on the tasks you really want and need to accomplish.
Set aside time for yourself
Once you say no to a couple of obligations, you’ll enjoy the miracle that is having free time. Make sure you spend it doing something that de-stresses you, whether that’s taking a hike on one of the many White Mountains’ trails, reading a book while sitting outside under a tree or near one of the lakes/streams in the mountains, or visiting some of the shops in Show Low, Lakeside, or Pinetop.
Diane Mosier’s column appears courtesy of Century 21 High Country in Show Low. She has been with Century 21 since 2008, and enjoys working with buyers or sellers to achieve their objective with real estate. If you are a buyer looking for that forever home or a second home/cabin in the mountains, Diane wants to help facilitate and educate you about the market. If you are a seller, her goal is to help you sell your property in the shortest amount of time, for the best price possible in the current market. She is known for being detail oriented, organized, and her belief communication is the key to any successful transaction.