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January 20th, 2008
January 20th, 2008

Word of the day: Stressalanch

Stressalanch (n): The chain-reaction of everything coming tumbling down (or the perception thereof) due to far too much stress...

Youīve been there right? Burning the candle at both ends and looking for a way to light it in the middle... The state of being insanely busy and watching yourself as little things threaten to start the plunge! Well Iīm pleased to announce that a new word has been created to describe that plunge when it should occur.


All that said - Iīm not currently as stressed as I have been of the last months. Still insanely busy but things are progressing along well and Iīm getting things done. I see loads of people in the same Boat though. So much going on in their life and just not enough time nor energy to deal with it all.

So this blog goes out to everyone either standing on the brink or half-way down the mountain in the middle of their own personal stressalanch - stop for a moment and follow my wife Kelleiīs advice - breath in through the nose out through the mouth - following my friend Thomasī advice - do that 10 times a day: slowly, smile, and youīll feel better!

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