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How to Manage the Stress Level in Your Life

Written by Danielle Travali.

Many people feel stressed about a number of situations in life--everything from school, to work, to taking care of loved ones, to raising children, to balancing checkbooks and running a household. The stress really seeps in when we realize the demands our society, friends, bosses and family members place on us.

A lot of us think we can't control the way we feel about what's going on in our lives, and we start to crumble. But did you know that stress is very manageable? A few key tips will help you rearrange a few things and get you on the fast track to a balanced lifestyle! 

Ask yourself: "What's bugging me?"

The first key to lessening your burden is to pinpoint your stressors. It may seem obvious, but so many of us fail to realize what's stressing us out because we block the actual problem out of our minds. The only way to solve a problem or reduce your stress level is to come to terms with the thing that is causing you to feel the way you do.

Simple Ways to be Happy

Written by Staci Zacharski.

Among the countless revelations Will Smith’s character, Christopher Gardner, makes in the Oscar Winning picture “The Pursuit of Happyness,” one quote in particular instantly sends chills down the spine:
“It was right then that I started thinking about Thomas Jefferson on the Declaration of Independence and the part about our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And I remember thinking how did he know to put the pursuit part in there? That maybe happiness is something that we can only pursue and maybe we can actually never have it.”

But, what is a life without happiness? Better yet, is it even possible to live every day without even a little laughter or a smile?