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  1. ???? (@RachaelSlade_) says

    Exercise really helps me when I’m stressed, I tend to go on walks a lot while listening to music to clear my head and relax! I really enjoyed reading this post it was filled with good tips x

    Rachael | geminiexplicit.blogspot.co.uk

    • eviejayne says

      Yess I love going for a walk when I’m feeling stressed! I can’t stand sitting around the house, so good to get out and unwind. Thank you so much! Thanks for reading x

    • eviejayne says

      Yeah I definitely recommend doing it! I’d feel so overwhelmed otherwise, and it means I’m more likely to get everything done! Thanks for reading x

  2. Annie ?? (@AnnieChanieBlog) says

    These are all such good ways of reducing stress. Sleep is so important. I definitely need to work on this one though because I don’t always get the recommended number of hours. Spending some time outdoors and breathing in the fresh air always helps me clear my mind. Thanks for sharing!

    • eviejayne says

      Thank you! Yeah it can be so hard to get a good night’s sleep sometimes, especially with so many thoughts rushing through our heads. Ah yeah I love getting some fresh air, always helps! Thanks for reading x

  3. blacktulipbeauty says

    I absolutely love all of these! Scheduling is my weekness, I like to make a plan of what I need to do for every day so I don’t forget and so I don’t stress myself out even more. Exercise is super important to, it really does help to clear you mind and cheer you up, even if it’s just a little walk! It also definitely helps you to sleep better when you’ve done some sort of exercise to tired yourself out physically aswell as mentally. Fab post!
    Alice Xx

    • eviejayne says

      Yeah I’m exactly the same! If I don’t schedule my week, I feel so lost and overwhelmed. Exercise can work wonders, I couldn’t agree more. Thank you! x

  4. Emma says

    Fab post Ellie! I completely agree with all 5 🙂 we can sometimes get too bogged down to take time out for ourselves! I love the weekend baking idea and Sunday planning… I need to take these tips more seriously – ps the food is making me hungry 🙂

    Emma | http://www.lifeofemmax.co.uk

    • eviejayne says

      Exactly! But taking some time out for ourselves is so important to unwind. Haha you should definitely start baking some more, so relaxing plus you get some delicious treats at the end of it! Thanks for reading x

  5. melissa (@melxssajordan) says

    I love going to the gym to lift weights when I’m stressed! I definitely need to work on getting more sleep because I work nights and find it really difficult to sleep during the day, this is all really good advice!

    thefashionfemme.blogspot.com Xx

    • eviejayne says

      Ah yeah I can imagine finding a good sleeping routine must be difficult! Thank you, and thanks for reading! x

  6. Sophie says

    Love this list! About to go into a rather packed/stressful week so I read this just in time. I had kind of forgotten about baking to relax since being home from uni, my little sisters like to take that job and the treats never last more than 2 days in our house ahah

    Sophie | http://www.sophiesspot.co.uk

    • eviejayne says

      Ah I hope your week isn’t too stressful! Haha, yeah ever since I’ve been baking more at home, my family have demolished most of the treats after a couple of days too. Thanks for reading ☺️

  7. Phaytea's Pulse says

    I’ve never really thought about baking as a remedy.. I should try that while i meal prep.

    Meal prep definitely helps me have a smooth week. Love these ideas, I plan some me time during the weekend too

    • eviejayne says

      Yes you should try it! Baking is so much fun, relaxing, plus you get some treats at the end of it. Meal prep is such a good idea too, makes cooking during the week so much easier. Thanks for reading x

    • eviejayne says

      Ah thank you so much! I try and fit it in whenever I can – I find it so relaxing, plus I love to always have treats around the house haha. Thanks for reading ✨

  8. Kayla says

    I’m definitely going to apply these de-stressors during my first week at my few job! My new schedule will increase my anxiety for sure, but if I know it’s coming I’m much more likely to set time aside to combat it properly. Reading before bed is a must for me! I dedicated at least 45 minutes to read and drift off. Also drinking plenty of water during the day keeps me alert and active. Such a helpful post!!

    • eviejayne says

      Yeah keeping a schedule will definitely come in handy during your first few weeks, it will just take some getting used to. Drinking water is also such an important habit! I make sure to drink as much as I can nowadays! Best of luck with your new job! Thanks for reading ✨

  9. thedaysofdaydreaming says

    These are such good tips! Sleep is definitely something I need to work on, especially cutting down my screen time. I never really think of sitting down and scheduling the week ahead but I’m going to try to fit that in now! Great post x

    • eviejayne says

      Ah yes you should try scheduling! I honestly enter the week feeling 10x less stressed and overwhelmed knowing I have everything written down. Thank you! Thanks for reading ✨

  10. multipotentialitethoughtswriter says

    I enjoyed this post.. It’s comforting to see that others have the same struggles, and I am definitely going to start scheduling my week on a Sunday, and see how it’s working. Great post! Xx

    • eviejayne says

      Yeah it can be so easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed, let me know how it goes! Scheduling definitely helps me and my stress levels a lot! Thank you! ✨x

  11. myviewsopinionsandramblings says

    Some great tips there – I really need to address my own sleeping pattern as it’s something I’ve always struggled with. And I’ve been feeling so run down lately! I’ve just picked up something called Metatone Tonic that is supposed to be a great pick me up but also a good aide for sleeping so fingers crossed!

    • eviejayne says

      Oh that sounds interesting, I hope it works well! Sleep is a huge struggle of mine, and something which has an impact on my mood the most. I hope you find a good sleeping pattern soon! Thanks for reading x

    • eviejayne says

      Thank you! I find them all really useful when it comes to my mood and my stress levels. Thanks for reading ✨x

  12. Aaliyah Hunt says

    This is such a great post! Sometimes I just stress myself out for no reason so I think I’ll need to start using some of these tips! I especially like the tip to start baking, I used to bake a lot but I need to start making some more time for it! X

    • eviejayne says

      Yeah I’m exactly the same! Yeah you should! Baking is the perfect way to relax, plus you have the treats to look forward to at the end haha. Thanks for reading ✨ x

  13. Nancy says

    I love all of these tips. Having a schedule is super helpful because you know what’s going on and don’t need to stress to remember. LOVE your bullet journal, by the way!

    I always tell people to have some “me time”. I skipped it a few times and I became super grumpy – TREAT YO SELF, PLEASE! It will do everyone some good. I find exercise and sleep go hand to hand. Exercising helps you feel more tired so you can sleep more XD.

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

    • eviejayne says

      Thank you! Yeah I couldn’t live without making a schedule in my bullet journal, it makes me feel 10x less stressed and ready for the week ahead.
      Yess!!! I couldn’t agree more! Even just an hour doing something you love is better than going weeks without any ‘me time’. Thanks for reading ✨ x

  14. Emily Rose says

    Great post! I am a huge fan of lists and using my google calendar for scheduling and reminders. I also try to exercise everyday. Thanks for sharing!

    • eviejayne says

      That’s amazing! I really want to get into yoga more, it always makes me feel so relaxed afterwards. Exactly haha, I can’t go a day without a little treat! ✨

  15. Sahara says

    Scheduling definitely makes sure I’m not feeling unnecessary stress – sometimes I find myself saying ‘oh I’ll remember that!’ but actually adding it to my schedule in my notes or on my literal calendar is so much better and stress-free! Also wow you have such neat handwriting!! I’ve been trying to get better at setting some ‘me-time’ – I’m either working, blogging or thinking of both. I’ve just ordered a few books from the library as a way to give my brain a break and to relax more. I’m not much of a baker, but it is fun to mess around in the kitchen to bake some sweets! Your brownies looks absolutely delicious, and wait a second black beans? I’ve never heard of using that in dessert before!

    Exercise! Yes! I’m a 5000M runner and it’s just so great to just run in nature and let my mind wander, extremely relaxing and it definitely improves my mood a lot – always happier once I go for a run!

    Sahara
    http://saharas-dreams.blogspot.com

    • eviejayne says

      Ah that’s amazing! Yeah reading is my favourite way of relaxing, hope you enjoy your books! Haha you can’t even taste them either, such a great way of adding in some extra fibre and healthy ingredients!
      Oh I wish I ran more! It’s great that it helps you to reduce stress. Thanks for such a lovely comment ? x

  16. Another Little Birdie says

    Weekend baking is honestly so relaxing and fun! I think that’s such a unique tip. I like being kept busy, and baking does just that while also getting some sweet treats in the end! Planning and organizing is a big thing for me too, makes everything so much easier so you know what you’re going to be doing. Awesome post!

    • eviejayne says

      Haha I’ve definitely lost hours of sleep due to a good book, but it’s something I’m working on! Thank you so much! x

    • eviejayne says

      Aw thank you! Yeah I try to use my journal as much as I can! Try them! You can’t taste the black beans at allllll trust me haha

  17. Han Armstrong says

    I find excising so so helpful when I know I’m going to be having a busy/stressful week, it’s a little escape and releases all the endorphins to help calm me! x

    Han | lifewithhan.blog

    • eviejayne says

      Exercise works wonders for my stress too! It’s amazing what even a 15 minute workout can do. Thanks for reading! x

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