We Were Given 60 Days To Vacate Our Home
The Only Consistent Thing In the World Is Change… But That Doesn’t Make It Easy.
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I wanted a different outcome from my stressors so I handled it differently.Instead of crawling into my hole of doom and despair where there’s no food, lots of tears and wanting to quit everything, I was intentional about doing the opposite. I did the following:
Shared on Social Media My Problems
Listened to the Advice That was Given To Me
Continued To Work Out and Eat
Asked my Dad For Help
Requested People's Prayers
Started Taking My AnxietyFree Again
There Is No Magical Formula For Handling Stress And Anxiety.My biggest lesson from 2020 was in being intentional about where I put my energy. While essentially being kicked out while we’re still in a pandemic sucks in a major way, that’s not what I wanted to put my energy into. Instead, I wanted to manifest my dream home that made me feel like I was a reward whenever I walked through it. I want to have a space that fosters creativity, love, and growth. In truth, that’s not the current space we live in and as much is it makes me anxious to have to be put out, this was the Universe’s way in helping to facilitate the change that I desperately wanted for myself and family. Change is literally the only constant in the world but change is also the thing that can send many of us spiraling into panic attacks, depression, anxiety filled days and stress rage. But friends, we’re worth more than being held hostage by these things. For some of us, this looks like therapy and prescription drugs. For me, this looks like being consistent with supplements that work.
Ridgecrest herbals AnxietyFree
Natural Support For When Life Gets Tough
The formula of natural ingredients in AnxietyFree have been designed to help you when you feel like life has hit you with a freight truck and you need help moving through it.
If you want all the important details on what’s in the AnxietyFree from RidgeCrest Herbals, check out this post here I did last year. In this post, I want to talk about the way it affects my body and I specifically because it’s something I’m truly grateful for.
What's your go to for handling stress?
It seems like stress and anxious moments are the theme right now so what are you doing to handle it in a healthy way?