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Ways to let out your stress after a rough day + #GIveaway

12th October 2020

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Whether you are working from home or going to an office, having a stressful day is almost unavoidable. If you just had one of those days, you might be looking for ways to just let out your stress, forget all your worries and relax. 

Of course, you might have things you need to do after work like making food or taking care of the family. These things obviously won’t go well if you are in a bad mood because of a rough office day. To help you and make you feel better, here is a list of things you can do to let go of all your stress

Disconnect from work on time

When we are stressed about a deadline or a mistake that you made, you might feel the urge to work overtime to fix things. Instead of giving in to that temptation, end your day on a specific time.

Try to focus on other things than office stuff or issues. Turn your phone off and don’t answer work calls or email after office time. If you want to relax, this is definitely the first thing you should do. Putting clear boundaries between work and personal time is a good way to not focus on work stress more than needed. 

Take a shower or a bath

Nothing sounds as relaxing as taking a bubble bath or standing under the shower for a while. If you have a lot of pent up frustration, this is probably the best way to let it out.

This activity is really easy to do and doesn’t take as much time anyway. You can put on some calming music or listen to your favourite podcast while you are taking a bath. Cleaning off all the day’s stress is also a good way to sneak in some “me time”. 

Bath or a shower can help you feel refreshed which will automatically let out your stress away. This is definitely a method that will work for each one of you.

Take a short walk around your neighbourhood

Office means being in meetings and a ton of social interaction. Most people crave being alone after such a day. 

Walking for even 15-20 minutes enables you to get that alone time. Not to mention that walking is extremely healthy and a good way to exercise. It also gives you a chance to be in a different scenery and enjoy nature.

This will work like a miracle for someone who loves being out and about. Focusing on nature or your surroundings will help to reduce your stress and put a smile on your face. 

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Do things that help you be distracted

We always try to avoid all the possible distractions while we work and get things done. After a rough day, these distractions can play a big role in making you feel better.

You can do anything you want as a pastime. Read a book you started some days ago or watch a movie or a show you have been dying to check out. Don’t want to do either of that? Listen to some songs you can’t get enough of or play games with your friends or family.

Talking things out will always help

Not all of us like to be alone after a stressful day. There’s nothing wrong with you if you feel like venting to someone about your issues.

Call a friend or someone you are close to after such a day. Talk to them about things that made you feel upset or frustrated. Ask for their advice about what you can do to solve your issues or just talk to them about things that are on your mind.

Meditation is a good solution

Nowadays, meditation isn’t limited to closing your eyes and chanting a mantra. There are several different ways to do it and you can do it any way that suits your needs.

Meditating often helps to calm down and think about good things instead of worrying about your issues. Putting on a face mask or listening to the sounds of nature are also some ways of meditating. You can also search on the internet to find other good ways of meditating. 

Eat food that you enjoy

Yes, you read it right. Food is also another way to recover from a bad day. Snacking on something that you like will quickly put a big smile on your food.

It can be something home-made or something that you order from your favourite restaurant or you can just snack on something you really enjoy. Food is a huge distraction for people regardless of their age or profession. So, it is definitely something you should try to relieve your stress. 

Remember that there is always another day or time

If you keep reminding yourself of the bad things that happened in your day, it will be impossible for you to relax. Instead of that, try to think about the next day.

Remind yourself that you can always work on improving things the next day. Smile about the things that went well in the day and keep a note of the things you want to fix tomorrow. Having a positive mindset will let out your stress disappear in seconds. 

Whatever it is, just sleep it off

Sleeping or giving yourself enough time to rest is always a good idea. Getting over a rough day can be best achieved by closing your eyes and sleeping for a good amount of time. 

Resting will also boost your energy levels by a lot and is the best distraction from things that make you upset. Go to sleep on a regular time in the most comfortable clothes you can find and you will see a huge difference in your mood the next morning. 

Let out your stress

Everyone in the world deserves something that helps them to de-stress when something bad happens. It’s important to do things that make you happy after such a day. These small things help you to let out your stress level after a rough workday.

We hope that some of these also help you to improve your mood and feel happy. We also hope they lift your spirits up and prepare you for a better day the next morning. We wish you a smile filled rest of your day!

Win a copy of Fearne Cotton’s Calm

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Prize: Calm: Working through life’s daily stresses to find a peaceful centre by Fearne Cotton

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