You often see articles on ways to unwind and relax after a stressful day, which can be useful, but the most important advice would be to get to the source of the problem, and cut stress out before it even happens.

By careful editing of your life, and changing certain habits, you can eliminate most (not all) sources of stress in your life.

Stress is a response to challenges in life, and a life without challenges is too boring to contemplate. Most sources of stress can be eliminated with a little thought.

Here are some tips how:

Identify Stressors – Identify the things that stress you out in your life is the first step towards eliminating them.

Eliminate Unnecessary Commitments – Consider each of them, the amount of stress they provide, and the value you get out of them.

Procrastination – Find ways to take care of stuff now and keep your inbox and desk clear.

Disorganization – Take time to get things in your life organized, starting with your desk and the papers in your home.

Late – Learn the habit of being early, and this stress disappears.

Controlling – Learn to let things go, and accept the way that other people do things, and accept what happens in different situations.

Multitasking – Learn to single-task.

Eliminate Energy Drains – Identify them, and cut them out.

Avoid Difficult People – Just try and cut them out of your life.

Simplify Life – Simplify your routines, your commitments, your information intake, your cluttered rooms, the mass of stuff going on in your life.

Slow Down – Instead of rushing through life, learn to take things slow. Enjoy the moment.

Help Others – Helping others, whether volunteering for a charity organization or making an effort to be compassionate towards people you meet, not only gives you a very good feeling, it somehow lowers your stress level.

Relax Throughout the Day – It’s important to take mini-breaks during your work day.

Simplify Your To-Do List – Learn to simplify your to-do list down to the few essential tasks, and you will enjoy the process much more.

Exercise – Exercising helps relieve the stress buildup, it gives you some quiet time to contemplate and relax.

Unschedule – Learn to avoid meetings, keep wide open blocks of time where we either work on our important tasks or batch process the smaller ones.

Eat Healthy – Become healthier and a major source of stress will disappear.

Be Grateful – Learn to be grateful for what you have, for the people in your life, and see it as a gift.

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