January 21st, 2014
Stress-Free Is the New Black
Guest Post Contributed by Susan Brennan
For all of you Fashionistas out there, I’m here to tell you that “Stress-Free” is the new black! It is a timeless accessory that goes with any outfit. It can take you from day to evening, from the office to a night out on the town! There’s a shade for every skin tone and it’s a style that’s GUARANTEED to look flawless on any and everyone! It’s the must-have accessory to life this season and you can get it right here! Being stress-free is the new standard for elite happiness. It ensures that you have your To Do’s taken care of, your goals and priorities in order, and your stuff figured out! “Okay, this all sounds great! It sounds SO fabulous…almost too good to be true! How do I get my hands on this, the hottest of hot trends?!” you may be asking yourself. It’s actually really simple.
- First and foremost, you have to make the decision to NOT let things stress you out. It’s a lot easier said than done, but once you make that decision and stick to it, life really seems to calm down a lot!
- Secondly, you need to make sure that you’re allowing yourself time to rest (not to get lazy) in between victories. This can be as simple taking a break from email, taking a nap, getting a massage, or going out for dinner with some friends. Enjoy the break and then get back to it! Your amazing life isn’t going to create itself!
- Third, and arguably the most important, is to ask for help when things seem to be bogging you down! There are always people who are willing to help, and there are creative ways to work together if you find yourself in a spot where you don’t feel like you can afford to pay someone to help.
This advice may seem too simple, but it’s very effective. I encourage you to try on this perfect accessory and let me know what you think! Stress-free is the new black and it’s going to look *fab* on you!
Susan Brennan is a speaker, personal assistant and productivity enthusiast. You can learn more about her and how she helps people Be Productive Vicariously, by visiting her website at http://www.consideritdonepersonally.com.