√ Our lifestyles are so busy we don’t have time to take care of ourselves.
√ We are so distracted multi-tasking, we can lose our focus on life’s details.
√ The stress of being stretched too thin with obligations may lead to health issues from headaches to anxiety.
Although you may not think of about it, the quality of your everyday lifestyle can be jeopardized when you overcommit. But, we know you already are aware of that fact. Considering that today is Monday and it’s likely your plate is smashed full of activity, we have some tips to share on how to say “No”.
In our Time article share, the Post closes with the following statement:
“There are some things you can never have back. Your time, your health, your life. Don’t mess around with those things.”
Tips to Read & Watch:
VIDEO SHARE: The 1 Strategy to Get and Stay Motivated, Erica Diamond, Editor-in-Chief of the blog Women on the Fence, offers details in her tip of using the word “No”.
How to Learn to Say ‘No’, by Eva Glasrud (on Quora), Time.com, September 26, 2014
How To Say No At Work, Forbes.com
Note: You can find some other articles on this topic. Perform a Google search using the keywords “how to say no”.