Did you know that prior to 1960 the term “stress” did not exist outside of architectural references (ie: stress on a building)? Now, it’s nearly impossible to get through a day without hearing the word stress.
At the 3rd Annual Women’s Conference held at Cal State Fullerton (my alma mater), I attended a session about stress and achieving a work/life balance led by Kristin Welsh-Simpson, the Senior Employee Assistance Counselor with the U.S. House of Representatives Office of Employee Assistance. She gave great, sensible advice for women who have very busy lives and wish to have peace and balance in their daily life (isn’t that everyone?). Simpson, also a certified executive coach and a mom of three boys (this lady knows what she’s talking about!), is devoted to taking time out of her busy schedule to help women achieve this peace of mind.
I took a lot away from her practical and approachable talk and thought I should share some of her great ideas for erasing stress from our lives and achieving a better work/life balance. Check out my post with her tips here.
Also, I loved this…3 things happy people have in common:
o Something to DO
o Something to LOVE
o Something to LOOK FORWARD TO