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Stress Busters for Busy Parents

Always have a 'Plan B.'
Make copies of important papers.
Praise other people.
Look at a work of art.
Quit trying to fix other people.
Keep a journal.
Ask for help when you need it.
Watch a good movie.
Kiss your child.
Eat a meal by candlelight.
Clean out a closet.
Learn something new.
Make duplicate keys.
Get enough sleep.
Have a support network.
Talk less.
Smile.
Prepare for the morning the night before.
Feed the birds.
Have realistic goals for yourself.
Be a better listener.
Avoid negative people.
Plant a flower.
Repair something that doesn't work.
Find the "silver lining."
Dance.
Avoid tight fitting clothes.
Be gentle.
Remember you are human.

Originally written for Parents Page, Fall 2003.

4 cherished words:

Online Printing said...

I love this! Definite stress busters for parents :) I love "Have a support network" for me its really important to have one. Your support group will be the one to listen, motivate, uplift you throughout your parent duties.

Tami said...

Ooh Storm, this is beautiful!

Thank you for sharing!

Holly Suso said...

thanks for the stress buster! Found you through the follow me club :-)

Storm said...

Yes, having a support network is very important.

Thanks, as always, Tami. I am happy to share.

Nice to meet you, Holly. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

 
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