The Best Tips for Reducing Stress that Money Can Buy are Actually Free
The best tips for reducing stress that money can buy are actually FREE. If you want to live a stress-free life, then you must first believe you are worth it and that you deserve it.
True stress-free living comes at the top of Maslow's Hierarchy of
Needs (see picture of hierarchy at bottom of this page) in the form of
self actualization and the only way to get to the top is to go through
levels three and four (love of self and others and self esteem). For as
long as you spend your life stalled at level one or two, you will never
achieve a continuous and profoundly stress-free life.
If you have a lot of stress in your life, then commit at least 30
minutes per day to watching inspirational videos such as the ones
below. There are tons more on YouTube. Also read as many inspirational
stories and poems as you can get your hands on. These stories, poems
and videos are filled to the brim with tips for reducing stress.
Stay away from all media that is negative, angry or stressed.
Your brain could use fewer mixed messages. To attract abundance, you
must employ all these amazing tips for reducing stress to live abundantly.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
26 Tips for Reducing Stress
There are only two ways to live your
life. One is as though nothing is a
miracle. The other is as though
everything is a miracle. Albert Einstein
The future belongs to those who believe
in the beauty of their dreams. Eleanor
Success is a journey, not a destination.
I am not what has happened to me. I am what I choose to become. Carl Jung
Actions speak louder than words!
An attitude of gratitude opens the
portals to a richer, more abundant life.
Diane Joyce Atkinson
Joy increases as you give it, and
diminishes as you try to keep it for yourself.
Norman Vincent Peale
In order to heal, you have to let
go. John Lariviere
You don’t lose if you get knocked down;
you lose if you stay down.
There is no future in the past.
Knowledge experienced becomes
wisdom. Antarah Rose
Live out of your imagination, not your
history. Stephen Covey
We work to become not to acquire. Elbert Hubbard
The point of power is always in the
present. Louise L. Hay
Imagination plus visualization equals
reality. Lucky Linda
Follow your bliss.
He who laughs, lasts. Mary Pettibone Poole
Things do not change; we change. Henry David Thoreau
Nobody told me it was impossible, so I
did it. Jean Cocteau
There is no duty we so much underrate as
the duty of being happy. Robert Louis
Feel the fear, do it anyway!
If you can’t climb the wall, build a
Be bold and mighty forces will come to
your aid. Basil King
Don’t ever say anything for a special
occasion. Being alive is a special
The grass may be greener on the other
side, but it still has to be mowed.