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I have a question for you. Compared to earlier this month, or even last month, how much more relaxed has your life become as you worked your way through this 30 day series of relaxation and reducing stress? If you’ve been applying even just some of what I shared with you throughout, you should start to feel less pressure and have a calmer, more balanced life.

Quick Review Of The Past 30 Days

Let’s take a quick walk down memory lane and browse through all the different topics we covered over the past 29 days. Here’s a quick rundown:

Day 1 Welcome And How Relaxing More Can Help Reduce Stress
Day 2 The Dangers of Stress
Day 3 The Importance Of Rest And Relaxation
Day 4 Quick Stress Buster: Take a Nap
Day 5 How To Know That You’re Too Stressed
Day 6 Quick Stress Buster – Take A Breath
Day 7 Not a Paradox – Relax and Get More Done
Day 8 Quick Stress Buster – Go For A Walk
Day 9 Are you putting yourself first?
Day 10 – Have You Tried Meditation?
Day 11 – Work Hard & Play Hard
Day 12 – Stress Buster: Plant Something
Day 13 – The Value Of Doing Nothing At All
Day 14 – Quick Stress Buster: Start Journaling
Day 15 – Your Stuff May Be Stressing You Out
Day 16 – Quick Stress Buster: Lose Yourself In A Book Or Movie
Day 17 – Are You Getting Enough Sleep?
Day 18 – Quick Stress Buster – Laugh Out Loud
Day 19 – Active Relaxation vs. Passive Relaxation and Why You Need Both
Day 20 – Quick Stress Buster: Phone a Friend
Day 21 – Why It’s Important To Listen To Your Body
Day 22 – Time For Tea
Day 23 – What Are Your Stressors?
Day 24 – Hit The Gym To Counteract Stress
Day 25 – Do You Make Time For This?
Day 26 – Do Something Indulgent Just for You
Day 27 – Got Hobbies?
Day 28 – Fidgeting and Doodling Is Good For You
Day 29 – All The Stuff Adds Up Quickly

What has had the biggest impact on you? What tips and ideas have you found the most helpful? Those are the posts that you want to come back to again and again.

Take a few minutes today to reflect on not only how far you’ve come, but more importantly how this simple 30 day challenge has influenced you and changed you for the better. What positive experiences have you had as a result of spending the month working on relaxing more and stressing less?