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Thursday, November 23, 2017

64 Ways To Relax

Published Title: Easy Concepts 1501
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Published ID: 1482979307
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List of ideas found on this design - sixty four in total

Abiding
Be At Ease
Breathe
Be Still
Calm
Carefree
Catch Forty Winks
Catch Some Zzzzzzzs
Catnap
Centered
Chill
Compose Yourself
Composed
Composure
Contemplate
Cool as a Cucumber
Cool Headed
Cool Off
Doze
Easy
Easy-Going
Effortlessness
Silence
Sing-A-Song
Sit Back
Sleep
Slow
Slow Down
Slumber
Smile
Snooze
Stretch Out
Take a Break
Take a Breather
Take Ten
Time Out
Undisturbed
Unflustered
Unruffled
Unwind
Yield
Zizz
Get Comfortable
Get It Together
Have A Siesta
Hush
Laugh
Let Up
Let Yourself Go
Loosen Up
Meditate
Nap
Nod Off
Pause
Peace
Put Your Feet Up
Quiet Down
Reflect
Relax
Rest
Serene
Settle Down
Shhhhh
Shuteye
Have you ever had an experience like this? Someone has just told you,”Relax. Everything will be just fine,” and you've reacted by tensing up instead? Your jaw has clinched and your breathing has spun a grumble in the back of your throat.

Funny how during intense moments, words from someone like ‘stay calm’, feels more like they’re mocking you than supporting you. However the fact still remains that staying calm is actually the best advice you could ever get from them. Could you imagine if your friend said, “Oh, go on, get all worked up! Yeah, right here in the street, have a big hissy fit.” There is one positive thing from that kind of advice - your jaw wouldn’t be tense, as it would be dropped in disbelief.

So, when a loving friend isn't around to tweak your memory on the fundamentals of stress management, what's a girl to do? Well, maybe it's a good idea to fill your home and office with some reminders. That way whenever your heart starts racing or you palms go sweaty during a nerve wracking telephone conversation, all you’d have to do is look at your mug, see one of the phrases like 'pause', 'compose yourself', take a sip of it's warm contents, and 'be at ease'. Or how about it's the end of the day, you're exhausted, yet your survival mind just won't let up on what the evening hours should entail with ideas about preparing dinner, ironing clothes for work, watering the plants, paying bills, on and on... Why not 'chill out' and 'have a siesta' on a pillow. Who knows maybe the wording, via osmosis, might imprint on your dreams and you'll awake as 'cool as a cucumber'.

Easy concept to grasp — the trick is keeping in mind all the ways to do it. Hope these expressions can help you with that.

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