Coping with a bad week

Last week was a crazy busy/stressful/craptastic week. I had stuff that hit from all different directions. I'm sure you all have had weeks like that. When nothing seems to be going right. The only thing that was great was that I signed the papers to get the loan for my house. That was Monday. The rest of the week felt like a roller coaster. Lost of screaming and  feelings of anxiety that made me want to hurl. This lead me to think what can I do to get over a stressful week. Some people may tell you to take time for yourself. They may tell you to focus on the positive and that tomorrow is another day. That's not my style.

When you are having a bad week just follow these basic rules for a less stressful week.

When in doubt EAT. Yeah its been sad that exercise releases endorphin's and helps you feel better. But you know what else makes you feel better.....FOOD. I don't really like sweets, but just give me something smothered in cheese and I am happy.
Don't under estimate the power of banging your head against the wall.  It really does help. It probably really just makes your head hurt so you are focusing on something else. But at least you feel better.
This is one of my favorites. I actually do this even when I am not having a bad day. But I must say it does make even the worst day feel a million times better. You don't have to choose Shih Tzu's they just happen to be my dog of choice.

 Last but definitely not least. The holy trinity for stress relief. If after doing these three you don't feel better....then you never will.
Hope this week is better, if not you will be hearing about which method worked the best.


  1. This is why I box. Don't bang your head. Bang someone else's. Feels infinitely better.

    1. I use to take Tae Kwon Do. I loved kicking people. Hell I still love kicking people.

  2. I hope you have an easier week.

    I also eat when I'm stressed.

    1. So far its going better. I just feel overwhelmed with life and short tempered.


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