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Feeling a little overwhelmed?  Need to relax?  Don’t we all.  So many things about living in an apartment can cause large amounts of unwanted stress.  (What kind of stress is wanted I wonder…)  Anything from moving, to cleaning, to roommates can cause you to feel like you just can’t take it anymore!  What to do?  Don’t panic, we have some ideas.

One stress reliever I found to be credited across the board is to get active!  Go for a run, do some jumping jacks, or go hit a punching bag. Physical activity releases endorphins, which are the good-feeling hormones in your brain.   Chances are, after a few minutes of pounding the pavement (or the bag) you’re bound to start feeling better.

When you’re stressed, laughing may seem like the very last thing you want to do.  But believe it or not, it will help!  So read a joke or two, or watch a funny movie that you know always makes you laugh.  Once you get going, the stress will melt away.


Talk to someone!  Take time to sit down with a friend or relative that you trust and just get everything off of your chest!  You’ll feel amazing afterward just having someone to listen to you.

Get some sleep!  A little shut eye will relax you immediately. 


Listen to some relaxing music.  Music is the best medicine.  Find something soft from your favorite playlist, close your eyes and let the music do the work.

Most of all, just relax!






Photos by:  CRUSTINA!, Dani Ayu., JPott, Joi, and @Doug88888 on flickr.com

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Sydney is working for For Rent Media Solutions as an intern in Social Media Marketing. In this role, she assists in executing and optimizing social media strategic plans across several different channels. Among these channels are blogging, social networking, promoting brand awareness on video sharing sites, and other conversational media. She spends a great deal of time finding ways to generate awareness of For Rent Media Solutions brand. Sydney graduates from Virginia Tech in December, 2012 with a Bachelor's degree in Communication. She looks forward to getting out into the real world and working on her career. She also loves the color green, the beach, and country music.

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