The Reason You Are Always Rushing and How to Slow Down

Photo by: Katrina Vella
It's all about breathing - The way you breathe actually make a difference, even if it sounds too simple to work. Start every day with 20 long slow breaths before you get out of... more 
Photo by: Katrina Vella
It's all about breathing - The way you breathe actually make a difference, even if it sounds too simple to work. Start every day with 20 long slow breaths before you get out of bed. Alternatively, breathe and move your diaphragm while you wait for the kettle to boil or while you sit at the traffic lights.

Steps to Becoming Successful in Life - Getting Organized


less 
1 / 5
Wed, Nov 7, 2012 10:18 AM EST
It is something almost every woman has in common - not enough hours in the day. But what is making us rush everything?

Firstly, our workload - both professionally and at home - has increased.

Not so long ago, women began doing what had historically been their fathers' jobs, while maintaining their mothers' responsibilities.What has transpired for many women is a frantic double shift. Tips to Help You Exercise and Keep Fit at Work

Women do the same jobs now as men and they do them equally well, but all the time women are carrying around information that won't seem to leave them alone. 8 Home Tips For Effectively Managing Anxiety and Fatigue

It is time to "slow down" in order to escape the "rushing women syndrome". Here are some tips for taking things back to basics.

How To Deal With Job Related Stress

Protect Your Heart With Lower Cholesterol Levels and Reduced Stress

3 Ways To Stop Facial Sweating By Taking Advantage Of Your Brain