We all have moments of anxiety, frustration, and angst, writes author and speaker Lisa Earle McLeod. But did you ever notice that all those situations have one thing in common? You. Whether you’re wrapped around the axle floundering on a work project or stewing about a personal problem, the dominant element in most frustrations is you and your thoughts.
In the latest issue of Repertoire, McLeod offers a few ways to “reboot” from the day-to-day mental stress. The following is one. You’ll find the rest HERE
Practice gratitude. If you really want to get over yourself once and for all, practice daily (or hourly) gratitude. Make a list of all the things you’re thankful for and put it on your bulletin board or text it to yourself and read it whenever you feel angst.