5 Great Ways to Reduce Stress
Hey, Everyone! My name is Jerremy Alexander Newsome and I am a professional trader and founder of Real Life Trading. I write these tips from the perspective of a day trader, but they will apply to people from all walks of life and any profession or income level. The mission statement of Real Life Trading is 'To EnRich Lives'. Our focus is not only on trading, but on life and its beauty and simplicity! This article is going to be so much more than the obvious 'workout and eat better' advice. I believe you already know to do those two things to reduce stress. Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to spend with me and I hope this helps you reduce your stress levels and in turn EnRiches your lives!
1. Organize your key chain. How many keys do you have on your key chain? In my experience I've found most people have either one or two, or as many as 60, and there's no real in-between. You know who are! If you have a pound of keys, take a moment to go through them and narrow them down to the three or four most important keys. My recommendation is car key, house key, and workplace key if applicable. Unless you're a janitor, security guard, or The Keymaker in The Matrix, why do you need to carry so many keys? Have a hanger or other special place somewhere in your house to stash the others until needed.
2. Organize and clean out your wallet or purse. Gents, I personally suggest a money clip where you keep cash, driver's license and one card (debit or credit). That's it. If you have a wallet, look at it and ask yourself 'Do I really need all these receipts?â€ If you do organize them and put them in a box. There's no reason to be George Costanza with the wallet, okay? And ladies, there really should be a solid and noticeable difference in your purse (or as my mom and some other southern women call it. a pocket book) and a suitcase. Dig in and get out the gum wrappers, empty lip gloss containers, random receipts, expi