Have you ever scrolled through Google, to look for an answer to get things done?
Maybe you want to check out the latest review on a product you are interested in.
Perhaps, your child has got a homework assignment and, you are giving them a hand with the research?
Well, like you, I do that too.
Reading and researching other blogs and books in my niche, helps me keep my finger on the pulse about different ways we can slow down, relax and relieve stress and still get things done.
I liked her article a lot as she gives you 10 practical ways to reduce stress and slow down.
So, I thought you might be interested in her suggestions and decided to share this article with you. Hopefully, to give you another perspective and ways to encourage you to slow down and still get things down.
Whilst reading the original article, I thought of a few extra ways you can slow down. So, I took the liberty to add a commentary, Ntathu’s Thoughts, to some of her suggestions!
I hope you enjoy the extra tips I’ve added!
Here’s Lori’s article:
Both the industrial and digital revolutions promised increased productivity, meaning people could work less and live a more balanced life. We all know that’s not how history has played out.
Even as technology advances, we work longer hours than ever and ironically, struggle financially and accrue more debt with each passing year.
If you haven’t noticed adverse effects on your personal relationships or the other areas of your life, you’ll likely keep plowing full-steam ahead and only stop when you have a compelling reason.
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