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Marinka Peschmann's Stuff for Stress.

16 THINGS TO HELP YOU DE-STRESS AND RELAX

[THAT WON’T BREAK THE BANK]

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Is fake news, real news, or other challenges stressing you out?

Need a little gift-giving inspiration or want to be good to yourself?

Stress can physically wreak havoc on you. I know it gets scary when your body starts breaking down. These items were helpful for me when I was litigating, as a pro se defamation plaintiff, when, according to the WSJ and Reuters, judicial misconduct was going on — and taking lots of nature walks. Maybe they will be helpful for you too.

EXERCISE | MASSAGE | PAIN RELIEF


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1. Stability Ball Workout

Great for exercising, but also a huge help to stretch out your back. You might want to lie on it backside down and let the weight of your head do its thing. Release that stress! <<CLICK IMAGE

2. Vibration Plate Exercise Machine

If you are stiff from being in front of a computer looking up case law in multiple jurisdictions, the vibrations of this exercise machine help to loosen you up. Crank up some music and give it a go. <<CLICK IMAGE

3. Shiatsu Massage Seat Cushion

The benefits are self-explanatory. Sit back, enjoy and relax. Consider listening to beautiful classical music or nature sounds, and chill. <<CLICK IMAGE

4. Cervical Neck Traction Device

Neck decompression is helpful after hours in front of the computer looking up case law. I like to use it about half an hour before bed because you might get sleepy as the tension pours out. <<CLICK IMAGE

5. Stability Balance Disc

You can stand on this disc, sit on it, or lean against it in your chair to help relieve pain and tension. It hits pressure points. <<CLICK IMAGE


6. Foot Massager Roller

This is an inexpensive way to relieve stress, and it’s small enough to take when you travel. The roller helps knock out kinks. Give it a go. > Click & scroll down to see a foot reflexology chart. <<CLICK IMAGE

7. Unisex Posture Corrector

Sometimes people don’t realize how hunched over they are until they try on a posture support … whoa… <<CLICK IMAGE

8. Yoga Mat Non Slip

If you’ve never done yoga, and don’t know the healing benefits, there are excellent yoga instructors on YouTube to get you started. <<CLICK IMAGE

9. Cork Yoga Blocks

Improve yoga stretches. 100% Echo-friendly cork <<CLICK IMAGE

10. Cork Yoga Mat

Sweat Proof. Thick Non Slip. Great grip. Echo-friendly <<CLICK IMAGE

11. Lululemon Yoga Pants

Super comfortable. Get two. You’ll be glad you did. <<CLICK IMAGE

12. Bath Bombs

Who doesn’t like a relaxing bath? <<CLICK IMAGE

13. Tibetan Singing Bowl Set

The healing benefits of sound… <<CLICK IMAGE

14. Aromatherapy Diffuser Set

If you want to learn about the healing benefits of aromatherapy read Aromatherapy Uses and Benefits from Healthline. <<CLICK IMAGE

15. Essential Oils Gift Set

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Are you frustrated with your hosting company? Check out WP Engine. <<CLICK IMAGE


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It’s time for a musical interlude. I mean, really, when isn’t it a good time for a music break? I’m gonna take a walk down memory lane to the 1980s. Do you want to come?

If the answer is “yes” enjoy Howard Jones’ “Things can only get better.” > Official website.

If you are going through a tough time, hold on, and don’t give up, there’s help.

Chronic and mismanaged stress may lead to depression.

If you or someone you know needs help, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. You can also text HOME to 741-741 for free, 24-hour support from the Crisis Text Line.

If you need help in Canada, please call 1-833-456-4566 for the Canada Suicide Prevention Service.

For Military Veterans Canada and USA, please call 1-800-273-8255 Press 2 for Spanish. For help around the world, please visit the International Association for Suicide Prevention for a database of resources.

Are you in an abusive relationship? There is help. Please reach out. You are not alone

If you are in an abusive relationship in the United States please reach out to the national domestic violence hotline. Recognizing abuse is the first step.

If you are in Canada, please go to The Assaulted Women’s Helpline if you are in Ontario and to Domestic Abuse Help in Canada if you are in other provinces and territories. Thank you.

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