Stress and Burnout – And How to Get Your Creative Mojo Back by Kristen Lamb

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Stress and Burnout – And How to Get Your Creative Mojo Back by Kristen Lamb

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Jul,2016
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One of the ways we can manage stress and burnout is being vigilant  in how and where we invest our time.

I am very selective in what I read in print, e-books and on the internet. I am very careful who I share my email address with when subscribing to any personal or professional blogs I may have interest in. Time and energy are very precious to us all and to busy entrepreneurs, and those with many projects and too little time to surf the wonderful world of the web.

However, one of the blogs I wholeheartedly subscribe to is Author Kristen Lamb’s amazing website.

I enjoyed her latest post so much I just had to share it with you. It is about such an important issue we all have to be aware of, for work, for home and for our health and family.

Not only is it an apt subject, but Kristen writes so eloquently about it, in her witty, humorous and inspiring style. Here is the link and below I share the whole post. If, like me, you’re interested in any or many creative endeavors, you may like to visit her blog and subscribe.

LINK to full blog post from Author Kristen Lamb’s website:

Stress & Burnout—How to Get Your Creative Mojo Back

Another very key strategy to manage stress and burnout is to declutter and organize your surroundings.
At home or work a disorganized and untidy room can drive most of us to distraction.

Get organized and stay organized, easier said than done, right?  You may find useful – even if it’s the middle of summer and not spring-time: Spring Clean Your Home Office.

How about you? Have you found Kristen Lamb’s blog post insightful? How have you suffered through stress and how have you handled it? You may like to share in the comments below how you realized you had burnout. I’d love to hear and learn from you.

Enjoy the summer,
Tanya Freedman

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