Thursday, April 7, 2016

Pressure is Just a Few Letters Put Together...


Are you pressurized by an upcoming exam or major event? Does sweat trickle down your face when thoughts of it haunt you? Are you bad at taking stress and boil or even freeze under the pressure? (Okay last one) Are you the kind of person to be done with everything and take a few days off for mental recuperation? (I literally just described myself) If any of these are yes, boy have you come to the right place.

Wait... Hold on.. I need a snack......
*Thumps down the stairs*
*Cue opening of fridge*
*Thumps back up the steps like a freakin' elephant*
......Okay I'm back. Where was I?..........OH YEAH... Boy have you come to the right place. So I just wanted to tell you that I am in the same position right now. I've got 3 AP exams coming up within the next 20 days, teachers telling us we're behind, and colleges to apply for in a few months. Long story short: I have a lot of pressure riding on these next few months that doesn't seem to be lessening anytime in the near future. And I'm pretty sure you have many troubles of your own that pressurize you everyday. So let's get through this together, dear friend on opposite side of screen.We are a team now and we will TRIUMPH in our battles.

One thing I've recently learned about is closing my eyes and imagining that I'm near a river. I put every thought of worry that tries to disrupt my focus on a leaf and let it flow away in the river.
TRY IT and tell me if it helps. It sure helps me.
And if you have any ideas as to what else can reduce stress, tell us in the comments.

Good bye Just Right People,


  1. Sometimes when I'm sad or pressurized I do do that and just imagine a pretty place outside and look around and let my imagination do the rest. It really helps me :)

    Nabila // Hot Town Cool Girl

    1. Hey Nabila B-W, that's a great one too, I'll definitely try it. Hope you enjoyed our blog :D :D

  2. When I feel super stressed about exams or whatever, I do the whole 20th Century thing and hop on YouTube or watch TV until I calm down a bit. The only problem then, is that you might spend too much time 'taking a break' so when your movie finishes you realise you now have so much to do and not enough time. So just set yourself blocks of about an hour of work and 5/10 minutes break in between.