Thursday, 15 August 2013

Hi everyone I havent been here for a while but I see people are still coming to read some of my information so here is something that helped me with some of the financial related c
Its no big deal but it gives some good info on how to handle your money and keep a more balanced life, also a happier life I should say.

Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Best way to deal with strees

The best way to relief stress for me, has been to excersize plain and simple there is no better way to divert your attention and besides when you excersize your body releases "feel good" quemichals into your brain soo you feel very good afterwards.

The tricky part is to get out there after a long day at work or on a day off when the bed is so comfortable.
Choose a good excersize for myself I got a weights set at walmart and just everyday for arounf 15 minutes I do a few repetitions. I try to do diferent things, you can do many diffrent excersizes with just a set of weights.

I didnt choose running because I get bored and loose my breath too fast. So I dont really excersize and dont feel that good afterwards.

So make sure you choose something good, some other ideas could be:

Swimming, if you live near a swimming pool or have one in your backyard.

Walk your dog, get some fresh air and spend some time your friend.

Buy a power kite and go fly it in the park, they pull hard and work your arms and back. The downside is there isnt always wind to fly them.

Have lots of sex, that might be painful after a while.

Maybe buy a cycling machine or better still a bicycle and cycle to work, you could start with a stationary bike and work your way up to cycling to work.

If you dont want to spend money, do sit ups, push ups, etc.... do it every day for 2 minutes and work your way up to 15 minutes.

So many thing you can do just choose one and do them the idea of getting up and working for 5 minutes and then feeling better doesnt seem to attractive when you are watching tv on the couch but you will thankyourself after you get up and do it.

Friday, 25 May 2012

Filling ill

Well on Wednesday  I went to the beach to do some surfing, but i forgot to put sunscreen on.
i don't know if this made me weak because i didn't drink enough water or i just had a cold coming anyway.
Well yesterday i woke up with joint aches and a headache, i went through the day as normal trying to not pay much attention but around 7pm a fever was setting in and around 11pm it was the worst i felt bone ache and strong fever obviously i couldn't  sleep, i found out its better to get out of bed and sit down or walk around the house rather than staying in bed shivering and sweating.
i made myself a glass of water with 1 table spoon of honey and wet my head under the shower, about 30 min later i felt better not fine but well enough to lay on my bed and fall asleep.

How this relates to stress? well i was very stressed not being able to sleep and having 40 degree fever, i could not stop thinking i needed to sleep and get better, the best way to deal with this is to deal with the fever because it can mess your thinking up. after cooling my head under the shower and having my water with honey i really felt more relaxed and was able to rest.

This is just my experience if you feel like this its better to go visit your doctor.

Monday, 21 May 2012


When traveling it is very hard not get stressed unless you fly very often.
There are many factor to consider when traveling, is there going to be someone waiting for you when you get to your destination? are you staying with friends or family or maybe in a hotel? how much money will you need? what time do I need to be at the airport? and so many things to consider...
The best to do is ti have everything well planed work out how much money you will need and then be ready to spend double just in case.
Have you flight itinerary printed out and with you. Make it to the airport 3 hours before your flight to have enough time to sort out any problems.
And if you feel afraid of flying then you will be better of on an isle seat and think it is a bus ride.

Once the plane is at cruising altitude you are allowed to walk around or stand in a designated area, i also recommend listening to some music, this way you don't hear the noises of the engines.

Don't be afraid to talk to the person seating beside you if you are traveling alone, its feels good to let someone know your afraid and they might have some pointers on how to relax.

Do not get drunk before a flight or during a flight, for one thing the airline might not let you on board the aircraft and also you will be very dehidrated since the air inside the plane is very dry and the alcohol dehydrates your body you will feel very bad once you get to your destination.
You may also feel the need to get drunk everytime you fly, so it is best not to do so!
If yopu have any ideas as to might help you get through a flight please share!!
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Friday, 18 May 2012

Quick stress relief

There are countless techniques for preventing stress. Yoga and meditation work wonders for improving our coping skills. But who can take a moment to chant or meditate during a job interview or a disagreement with your spouse? For these situations, you need something more immediate and accessible. That’s when quick stress relief comes to the rescue.
The speediest way to stamp out stress is by engaging one or more of your senses—your sense of sight, sound, taste, smell, touch, or movement—to rapidly calm and energize yourself.
The key to practicing quick stress relief is learning what kind of sensory input helps your particular nervous system find calm and focus quickly. Everyone responds to sensory input a little differently, so an awareness of your preferences is essential for reducing stress.
Get a pice of chewing gum.
Get a dog rubber toy you can bite on and try to destroy it.
Get a dog.

Thursday, 17 May 2012


Tension headaches are the most common type of headaches  among adults. They are commonly referred to as stress headaches.
A tension headache may appear periodically ("episodic," less than 15 days per month) or daily ("chronic," more than 15 days per month). An episodic tension headache may be described as a mild to moderate constant band-like pain, tightness, or pressure around the forehead or back of the head and neck.
These headaches may last from 30 minutes to several days. Episodic tension headaches usually begin gradually, and often occur in the middle of the day.
The "severity" of a tension headache increases significantly with its frequency. Chronic tension headaches come and go over a prolonged period of time. The pain is usually throbbing and affects the front, top, or sides of the head. Although the pain may vary in intensity throughout the day, the pain is almost always present. Chronic tension headaches do not affect vision, balance, or strength.
Tension headaches usually don't keep a person from performing daily tasks.

Sex as medicine?

Yoga? Yawn. Research shows a great way to ward off anxiety is by connecting in bed. Grab your partner and feel tension slip away.
Stress affects me just as much as the next woman. I break out. I become short-tempered. And, of course, I reach for the nearest chocolate. But worry never seems to rock my sex life.
Or it didn’t, until a few months ago, when an unusually large number of looming deadlines began to curb my once unshakable libido. My husband, and I were under constant pressure, and at bedtime, I was so not in the mood. After two weeks without action (a long time for us), I began to worry.
“The grind” used to be what we did every night. Now it had become the definition of our days. They say stress kills, and I would argue that it’s true, especially when it comes to sex drive.
“Stress makes you tired, distracted and unmotivated to do anything, much less have sex,” says Laura Berman, Ph.D., director of the Berman Center for women’s sexual health in Chicago. “When a woman is stressed, the hormonal changes in her body trigger a chemical reaction causing sex hormone–binding globulin to bind with testosterone cells, so they’re unavailable for libido and sexual response.”
And, in a pattern familiar to many women, sexlessness due to stress makes you more tense and even less sexual. Furthermore, a study at the University of Gottingen in Germany found that people who do it less often tend to take on more work to compensate for their frustration. And the increased labor results in—you guessed it—even less sex.