In This Chaotic World, Find Your Peace

by Gabriella Patel on December 11, 2014

The holidays can get to be pretty chaotic. No matter how much you accomplish, it always feels like there are several more things you should be doing or getting ready for something. In these times, you must force yourself to take a step back to find the peace.

 

Not only is this important during the holiday season of course. But if you do not find peace within the chaos, you will sooner or later be consumed by stress and find yourself leading an unfulfilling life. While you may want to achieve as much as you can, you do not actually want to lose yourself or your mind in the process of getting and achieving. These are some tips that will help you deal with the stress:

 

  1. Take your time. A way to manage chaos in a healthy way is to properly pace yourself. You need to conserve your energy so that you can make it through the day, the week, or the project. Doing so will allow you to keep a clear head and rejuvenate your mind.

 

  1. Reduce your to-do list. If you find that you have been taking on too much, too many projects (especially those that you have no burning interest in) it is time to go over your schedule and drop what needs to go. It is very difficult to admit to yourself that you don’t actually have superpowers or unlimited time, so you must consciously chose to concentrate on giving yourself a manageable schedule.

 

  1. Find time to get away. Whether you think you need to get away from an ongoing busy life, or one or more chaotic situations, you have to give yourself some downtime. Plan a mini vacation or give yourself an evening off. You need to make some time that is absolutely designated for yourself. Read a book, go for a walk outside, play some games, but do something that will allow you to completely unwind yourself.

 

  1. Do some organization of the chaos. When your life begins to feel chaotic, it is probably disorganized. You feel disjointed or disconnected. You can combat this feeling by staying organized, keeping lists, and valuing your time. We sometimes place little value and low priority on our time. It is time for you to flip that switch and learn to jealously guard your time. It is valuable. You can still take on a lot of things, but only if you have got an organized plan in place.

 

  1. Engage in a peaceful activity. One of the simplest ways to maintain some peace is to take up a peaceful and relaxing activity. Consider going to a yoga class, trying meditation, or simply try some breathing exercises. These are not only relaxing, but they also allow you to adapt your thinking so that you can regularly achieve a peaceful mindset.

 

Everyone has their own way of dealing with it all!

Most importantly, focus on slowing down, simplifying your life, and allowing yourself the space and time to work on fixing the imbalance you may be experiencing. Even the smallest effort can help you in a huge way. If you are taking the time to find peace, you can also create your own personal definition of that peace. For you, that may mean finding someone who can help you unload your problems, or perhaps you might enjoy journaling or reading inspirational books.

 

Whatever works for you, find it, and enjoy your holiday season!

Gabriella Patel

Gabriella Patel

Health Contributor at Creative Bioscience
I grew up in a family who has a long history in natural supplements. I've always found such a greater level of health and well being because of the choices I've made to seek natural and organic products. I've taken a lot of my knowledge now to be able to help others make the right decisions to achieve a higher level of wellness. From what I've seen most of where the problems come from is what we put in our bodies, and what we're not. I hope to shed some light on many issues we all face. Subscribe to my work Gabriella's favorite product is Detox Diet 1234
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