Four Steps to Fighting Fatigue

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  1. Superman says:

    Yeah! I can tell you that between flying across galaxies and posing for pics with my red, spanky-panties on blue trousers (it’s gotta trend one day) there’s a lot of stress I’ve gotta deal with.
    Let me throw my bit into the mix:
    1. As helpful as it seems in the ‘now’ don’t depend on any substance to ease your stress cos it is only a temporary fix… Trust me, the rush from red Kryptonite isn’t worth the hangover (i literally hang from my cape).

    2. Rest in the midst of all the stress.
    Sounds funny but it works everytime! You have 2 minutes to catch a falling plane in asia, and 15 seconds later snatch the ‘box of red buttons’ out of trump’s itchy fingers… b
    But you’re stuck in the office of a yelling condescending boss who has a disturbing amount of evidence of devoured egusi in his teeth. Relaxing in the heat of the moment and not letting the stress get to you helps a lot in making good and quick decisions (my boss must assume i have a sensitive stomach).

    And finally..
    3. Re-allign with your purpose.
    If you don’t know yours yet you gotta find it. When you align your purpose (butt kicking for me ) with the job you do (saving lives ) stress becomes more like the muscle burn gym addicts enjoy… You know, “feel the burn”. It also allows you see the end of whatever’s stressing you and sail through without getting caught up in little pesky details. Again, if you haven’t defined WHY you live, then you should do that now.


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  2. Ayo Faj says:

    Like you’ve got an x-ray of what has been happening and what happened overnight to me. Had to take today off to become a fashion designer. God bless you for this wonderful timely piece.

    1. admin says:

      Amen! Aww I’m glad you’re taking time off for yourself! Enjoy every minute of it – God bless you too!

  3. Daniel Aderiye says:

    The three ways I deal with stress are
    1) Pray: Always helps, especially wen I got no one to talk to
    2) watch comedy skits or bids: helps me laff away whatever pain am feeling at that moment, it has always worked for me
    3) Music: This has over the last two decades of my life proven to be one of the best and most effective stress relievers, I almost love music more than life itself, but not just any music, I mean soulful music, those types that take you round the world and back eg Asa’s Bibanke or Timi Dakolo’s great nation and a couple of others. Not sure what I’d do without music for a week.
    4) Extreme Long walks and Work Outs: I go for long walks mostly, when am angry, I walk twice faster my normal pace, making people around think am rushing off somewhere, but actually I am just trying to kill the venom in me. Sometimes I walk as far as 3 to 4 miles before I stop and head back to base. Work outs, which I do almost every weekend, helps me to burn out excess tension and somewhat feel relaxed.

    1. admin says:

      Thank you so much for your comment Daniel! God bless you

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