– Is stress taking over your life?
– Are you worn out, flat out or continually going all out?
– Can you be more own-worse-enemy than own-best-friend?
Keeping up with life’s demands can be relentless. Stress can morph you into someone you don’t want to be, living a life you don’t want to live. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, and can’t see the wood for the trees – fear not!
Stresshacking is full of simple strategies to help you:
• See the light at the end of your stress tunnel
• Overcome your overwhelm
• Find breathing space in your busyness
• Turn self-sabotage into self-care
• Make friends with your fears, your challenges, and everything else that stands in your way!
For nearly 20 years mindset and wellbeing coach Louise Lloyd has been helping people to hack stress, limits, and mindsets. She understands the challenges people face and provides practical and effective tools to help even the busiest of people get their life on track.
It’s time to get your life, your mind, and your mojo back!
Stresshacking simplifies the approach to dealing with stress, something all of us in the modern world likely struggle with. The book includes 50 strategies to coping with stressors that range from pimping your ride, navigating awkward conversations, and finding a work/life balance. I appreciated that each topic included a breakdown of the scenario, as well as specific steps that one can follow to implement that strategy themselves. I found myself longing for a bit more scientific inquiry or data to accompany each of these hacks, which I think would have made these arguments even stronger, and offered more compelling evidence for the reader. Regardless though, this book is a great resource for anyone looking to better manage stress in their daily life.
As someone who’s struggling with stress (especially right now), I needed this book. Tons of quick and practice tips for dealing with stress without overwhelming yourself.
I approached this one with hesitation, but enjoyed it because it is very practical, and the tone is very down to earth. The author has a nice way to framing things and is friendly and realistic. Thankfully, it does not contain traditional self-help exercises, just practical suggestions. Recommend whether you have lots of stress at the moment or not.
The book is kind, gentle, exactly the way that those who are stressed need it to be. I very much enjoyed it because it catered to the reader perfectly; digestible, bite sized, and easy on those who are short on time.
What a perfect time to release a book like this. The tips and tools on how to manage stress and wellbeing are really helpful.