6 Stress Busters That Will Make You Look (and Feel) Years Younger
When it comes to women and stress, if you want to be the best version of yourself, you've got to release the pressure -- these tricks will help
Jot it outDear diary, it's been a bad, rough, beyond exhausting day. Go ahead and laugh at this suggestion, but no joke, journaling does the trick to free your mind -- and concededly, your spirit, attitude and entire self -- of burdens that are weighing you down. Do it the way that works best for you -- typing, sketching, old-fashioned pen to paper writing. Regardless, psychologist Amy Robbins, Ph.D, recommends jotting down your feelings -- then waiting an hour or two -- and reading them aloud to help put your list of tough moments/things into perspective and gain new insight. It's a journey of self-diagnosis, more or less, and a guaranteed buster of stress.
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