Stress Busters Unveiled: Navigate Your Way from Chaos to Serenity


Bad days are the worst. From the moment that first thing goes wrong, it seems like everything else just goes downhill with it. The stress from the day keeps on piling up to a point where we feel so overwhelmed, we think we cannot take anymore and the more we try to make things better, it just gets worse. Yes, I know this feeling, and being a student, it's a feeling we can not escape. But do you know some facts about bad days? 

Some days are just bad days. That’s all

Bad days are usually just bad moments

So far you've survived 100% of your bad days

A bad day isn't a bad life

Do you know that sometimes we unknowingly add to our bad days? Not that we have any control over it; it's similar to waking up on a day that matters and discovering a zit on your face or having a horrible hair day; these are things we can't control, just like many of the situations we encounter that contribute to our bad days. But, there's still the human factor that we contribute to our bad days by ourselves, stress. 

Stress is a condition of mental or emotional strain or tension brought on by challenging or unfavorable situations. These challenging situations—which, in reality, could be anything from failing a test to losing money to waking up with a new zit—are what we typically talk about when things go wrong. Now, when we can't manage the stress brought on by these situations, we end up making a bad day out of the bad moments.

“It’s not stress that kills us, it’s our reaction to it.”

―Hans Selye

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Personally, I believe stress is becoming a factor that dictates how our entire day goes, and this shouldn't be the case. We should be able to turn our stress into something favorable and not let it destroy us. Below are the three steps that I have used thus far and hopefully they will work for you too.



In a volleyball match, there is a tendency for many mistakes to be made as things become tense and the tempo picks up. In these circumstances, tossing the ball up high to give the players some breathing room and mental space is quite beneficial. The same is true of life in general. You should just take a sleep if your day seems to be going downhill and no matter what you do to improve it, it only seems to get worse. Take a nap to slow down time, then wake up feeling as though it is a whole new day. Sometimes, you can't change your day, things won't go better in the end, all you need to do is take a break, sleep! 

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A great method to reduce stress is to do what you enjoy. It doesn't matter what you enjoy doing—playing games, cooking, eating, drawing, watching movies—you'll find that it will distract you from your problems, even if only momentarily. By doing this, you can relieve some of the stress you're under and clear your thoughts. 


Most of the time, we are under stress because we strive to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. We are not super heroes, nor do we possess the ability to turn back time, but we can manage it. Controlling time refers to ensuring that events follow your plan and the time periods you assigned to each task. The next step is to replan your entire day when you see that tension is building and your day is not going well. Take things at a pace that suits you best, and you'll notice that as you stick to it, you'll start to feel a little better and little relieved. 

In the end, there are a variety of reasons why we could become stressed, but PROCRASTINATION is one factor that almost everyone shares. It is terrible enough to have a lot to accomplish; just image leaving things till the very last minute and expecting to manage everything. Our outcomes are better the less we put things off. It is impossible to live life without being stressed, even Elon Musk gets stressed. The difference is just knowing how to deal with your stress. Remember:

What doesn't kill you, only makes you stronger. 

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