Make Or Break?

Dexter

04 April 2013

Are you drowning under a sea of bright yellow sticky notes? Or perhaps you don’t even own any? Women are known to be multitaskers, always organised and jotting things down in their diaries. We don’t often see you gentleman pull out your filofax and pencil in important dates do we? You say you keep a mental note, and it’s stored in the safest place. Except, it isn’t stored, it is processed, and then shortly forgotten. Multitasking actually makes us less productive, stress prone, and eventually it can have a serious impact on our health. Getting organised is the best way to manage stress. Making a list is the perfect way to start with the endless tasks you can’t seem to get on top of. Soon enough, you’ll realise that there are enough hours in the day, and you won’t be wishing for more.

Time, Structure, & Nurture

Time management is a must. If you’re in a lazy, lethargic mood and have written off getting things done completely, tell yourself no! Break things down, set yourself targets and don’t pile on the pressure. If you have a mountain of paperwork to get through and bills to pay, take regular breaks, drink lots of water and make sure you eat a decent breakfast and lunch. If you spend the day grazing as you sort things, you’re less likely to carry on feeling active, and the sofa and television will seem a whole lot more appealing. It is important to not let stress take over your sleep, whilst this can be hard and sometimes inevitable, but remember, sleep is a precious pleasure.

Have A Break, Have A Blonde

When undergoing life organisation, it is important to kick back, relax and try to switch off. (Only when you have accomplished the tasks you set yourself out to do that day). Socialising is the best way to help take your mind off things, whether that be with friends, family or a companion. A Blonde escort would make the perfect partner to distract you from stressful events. They know how to help ease the tension and anxiety gentleman can feel from time to time. Eating dinner at a fancy restaurant or opting for take out food and a quiet night in is something they all enjoy doing, it is simply down to you. When socialising, we naturally release good endorphins and this helps us face the difficult situations life throws at us.