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  1. Life Lessons to Learn, and Keep, From This Pandemic. | BeThree
    April 22, 2020 @ 11:01

    […] We as humans need to not only stay safe and sane during this time (and please do, work to relieve stress and practice self-care please), but we also need to take this wakeup call and learn from it. We […]

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  2. How to Stay Positive in Times of Stress | BeThree
    April 15, 2020 @ 11:00

    […] endorphins leading to calmness and happiness. Plus, it can help you let go of your tension and relieve stress. Regular exercise also boosts the immune system and helps you sleep […]

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  3. How Seeing a Therapist Has Changed My Life | BeThree
    April 14, 2020 @ 09:31

    […] person deals with stress. Yet, we are rarely given the know-how on how to deal with it. It is normal to need help to cope and process what you’re going through. Our experiences affect […]

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  4. Self-Care Ideas for any Budget | BeThree
    April 3, 2020 @ 11:02

    […] you can travel alone on a solo trip. The time away, by yourself, is a great opportunity to not only relieve stress but also to reflect and grow. If you’re able to go abroad, and your travel dates are […]

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  5. 13 Coronavirus Quarantining Activities You Need! | Money Life Wax
    March 31, 2020 @ 05:26

    […] your imagination and escape reality, so to speak, for a short period of time. It can really help you relieve stress and unwind, especially if you do this before […]

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  6. Weekend Toast 3/29 | BeThree
    March 29, 2020 @ 06:00

    […] elevations in stress can affect our health, our sleep, and decrease our immunity. Check out: 10 Techniques to Relieve Stress and Improve Your Sleep by yours truly :), and How to Reduce Stress When You Work From Home by […]

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  7. Ideas for Things to do at Home During a Quarantine | BeThree
    March 18, 2020 @ 11:01

    […] No time like the present to work on your peace of mind: meditate, take care of your skin, hydrate, and get sleep! […]

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  8. 6 Tips for How to Get Over Jet Lag | BeThree
    February 17, 2020 @ 14:49

    […] the sleepy humps that creep up on you; not ruin your sleep for the upcoming night. Here are some techniques for relaxing before bed that you can take with you on your […]

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  9. wealthydocmd
    February 14, 2019 @ 07:40

    I love this.
    You should run a spa. I want to come over and be pampered and read books in bed!
    I love to read right before going to sleep. I don’t think I have gotten through a book a week though lately as you have. Impressive. Shoe Dog is on my list. I hear it is good.
    p.s. Not everyone agrees that it helps but I take 10 gm of slow release melatonin before bed and I think it helps.
    Earplugs and sometimes eye masks can help in noisy or bright rooms such as hotels when traveling.

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    • bethree
      February 21, 2019 @ 10:28

      hahaha. Thank you! Yes shoe dog is amazing, let me know when you finish it and tell me what you think! Yes, I have melatonin, but I try to only take it when I really need it, like I feel super wired, or I know I have a long day the next day and I need to ensure I get solid rest. Earplugs and eyemasks are a definite when traveling!

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