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Healthier Living with Time and Stress Management

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Transcript of Healthier Living with Time and Stress Management

By: Residence Life
Time & Stress Management
What is stress??
Why is time management important?
Time management activity
Need help?
Stress is an everyday fact of life. We cannot avoid it. Stress is any change we must adjust to. We often think of stressful events as negative...a big exam, a flat tire...however, positive events can create stress as well.
How does your day look?
-Are you using your time effectively?
-Is there a way for you to better manage your time?
-Do you feel like you are lacking time or have too much time?
Time Management
What is time management?
-Helps you achieve more.
-Develop more free time.
-Create a balanced life.
-Meet deadline
-Draw two 12 hour clocks and label one AM and the other PM.
-Fill in the hours where you sleep
-Next in the hours you eat
-Now fill in the hours you go to class
-Next homework and studies
Definitely need me time: how about time for exercise, tv, friends, reading, etc.
-Prioritize!!
-Find out when you work best, morning or nights?
-Then schedule around that. Don't study or do homework in the mornings if you struggle to get our of bed.
-Grab control of interruptions. Go to the library if you have go. Turn off the tv if it is a distraction.
Stress is an everyday fact of life. We cannot avoid it. Stress is any change we must adjust to. We often think of stressful events as negative...a big exam, a flat tire...however, positive events can create stress as well.
Stress management entails setting up roadblocks at various points along the stress pathway. You are in much greater control over yourself than you ever realized, and managing stress is simply exercising that control. Stress interventions aim to reduce stress reactivity, thereby enabling you to cope more successfully with the array of stressors that impinge upon you. Remember—"A pearl is the result of an oyster's victory over an irritation." (author unknown). Self-care involves taking steps to manage stress and maintain wellness.
Lifestyle changes for effective stress management
Learn to Plan. Don't procrastinate and let things pile up. If you must take on more than one project at a time, prioritize!!
Recognize and Accept Limits.
Have Fun. Give yourself a break.
Be a Positive Person.
Avoid criticizing others.
Learn to praise the things you like in others.
Learn to do this for yourself also.
Learn to Tolerate and Forgive.
Share your feelings with someone.
Become more aware of your thoughts.
Talk out your troubles.
Make sure you get enough sleep and nutritious food.
Get regular exercise to keep your body healthy and to get rid of some physical tension.
Take time out to rest and relax.
Learn a systematic, drug-free method of relaxation.
The act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. Time management may be aided by a range of skills, tools, and techniques used to manage time when accomplishing specific tasks, projects and goals complying with a due date.
Other tips
-Use your time wisely. If you find yourself waiting or walking long distances; multitask! Read while you wait, check emails while walking, etc.
-Don't cram, procrastinate, or be a perfectionist.
-Don't spread yourself too thin. Don't get overly involved or take on more than you can handle.
-Take care of yourself. Take time for yourself to avoid burnout.
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Thank you!!!
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