1. Write a list of what it is that is causing you stress and make a note of when you are feeling stressed –  What’s in your stress container?


2. Have a go at some relaxation – 15 Minutes of Relaxation


3. Try and get a good night’s sleep


4. Engage in some form of exercise – this can be a great stress relief


5. Learn how to say no and be realistic with what you can and can’t do


6. Talk to somebody about what you feel stressed about – whether it be a friend, family member, or colleague


7. Look at how you are spending your time, can you prioritise tasks so you focus on the important tasks you have – To Do Lists are a great way of keeping track of what you have and haven’t done.

Start your To do list today!

Let your first ‘to do’ be ‘do half of this list by a certain date’


8. Avoid caffeine, alcohol and mood altering substances – also be mindful of how much sugar is in your diet


9. Make sure you allow time for doing something you enjoy – self-care is essential!


10. If you are experiencing stress daily  for longer than two weeks, we strongly recommend that you go and see your GP – this will help you explore what services are available