It’s All About Attitude
You need to walk into the office with a positive attitude. Whenever you feel like stress is coming, stop a moment and think about how lucky you are to have a job.
Many people are out of work, but you are fortune enough to have a job.
Stop Trying to be Perfect
There is no such thing as being perfect.
Many people try too hard to be absolutely perfect, and this can lead to you unnecessarily stressing yourself out.
Laughter Is the Best Medicine
Sometimes telling jokes at work is good because laughter can help you feel a lot better and less stressed.
People often pass jokes around by email can really give both you and your coworkers a much needed lift.
Get A Hobby
After work is over, you need to do something that is fun. If you do not have a hobby, there is no better time to get one.
Whether it is gardening or reading a book, a hobby can help you feel less stressed.
Exercising at least three times a week can help keep you in shape and reduce your stress at work.
The best time to exercise would be after work, which is a great way to just let it all go especially if you had a bad day.
Get Plenty of Rest
You need to make sure you are getting the right amount of sleep. You need at least eight hours of sleep a night in order to feel fully rested.
A lack of sleep is going to make you feel tired, which is going to increase your stress levels when it comes to going to work, dealing with your coworkers, and the customers you may have to assist.
A junk food diet is not going to help you feel better about anything including work. Instead of a hamburger for lunch, try a nice salad loaded with a lot of vegetables. Healthy foods are going to help you feel a lot better and give you more energy.
Your work is stressful enough without inadvertently adding to it. If you want to avoid stress at the place you spend a lot of time, you need to be sure you sleep good, eat healthy, have an after work hobby, and have a positive attitude about the fact you are able to work in these tough economic times.