Stress and Traffic

Stress is one of the main villains that affect every individual’s health condition. It is a negative feeling that people experience under pressure. Its source can be traced from physical, mental, emotional and even environmental factors that we encounter daily.

Despite the unavoidable truths about stress—especially while on the road–the answer is already in our fingertips. Here are simple and attainable suggestions that will help you bounce back to a healthier and positive you while being on the road.

Know your stress enemies

Examining yourself is a great start towards overcoming stress. You can list down all the possible factors that challenged you throughout the day. From then, you can determine what triggers your stress and eventually find simple solutions to turn the tables around. If you are keen enough, having a daily stress list can help monitoryour personal stress enemies. You may even categorize each factors depending on how you will solve them later on.

Always remember to be honest in determining your own stress factors to be able to obtain honest results when solutions are made.

Keep a smile handy

Smile and do not let traffic and annoyance beat you. It may not always be smooth-sailing but slowly learn to practice finding simple happiness from a bad hair day. Find lessons from not-so-good encounter. There is always a rainbow that  will come out in every bad or tiring situation. You just have to arm yourself with high hope, happy disposition and a handy-dandy smile.

Use an electric scooter

Unu Motors will help you with this. It shall give you convenience and a comfy ride (whether you are the driver or a rider). It will also save you so much effort, money, time, and resources which you can use to other things. Using an alternative way for transportation, more than cars and cabs, might just give you something that is more positive for your city living.

A Simple Man Deserve An Exquisite Gift

Well, it’s crunch time. I don’t have very much time before it’s my husband’s birthday, and I have not bought him a gift yet. I have not bought my husband a gift yet. I. Have. Not. Bought. My. Husband. His. Birthday. Gift. Yet. Crunch-time! But what do you do? What do you do when you’ve been with him so long and you’ve already bought him all the things he needs? I can’t buy him another cooler or another tent or another barbecue?

Can I? I mean, I’ve been looking at Survival Cooking, which has all sorts of very well written reviews about camping supplies and other outdoor gear, and I just have to say that I’ve already bought him older versions of all of the things that are the top rated things. And all of the top-rated things say that they last forever, so what’s the purpose of buying a replacement after only 10 years or 5 years or two years? There isn’t one. So, I’m thinking about calling a completely different route. I am thinking about buying him a very nice watch– been looking at the best watches under 500. Now, I have to preface this, he has never asked for a walk before, or even showing that much visible appreciation for watches, but I know that everybody kind of wants a really nice watch, right? It’s not too luxurious to have a nice watch. It’s like, practical and stuff too. And that’s why I think it’s such a good gift for a simple man like my husband. It will make him feel more distinguished, confident, and it also will just let him be on time more often. I know that it doesn’t always like looking at his God damn cell phone, so this will help him tell time in a different way. I think it’s the right idea. But it’s risky! I have never done it before, and I’ll let you know how it goes.