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The Sudden Stressing Event and You Blogging

Well, yesterday was the day… as normal as one can account for.

But by the 1300 hours on the clock, it hit an incident that ruined all the planning, all the preparations, all the motivation, and everything.

I had lost it. Lost to that sudden stressing event.

It was merely a family thing that turned into the mess and ended up ruining everything.

Even after 20 hours, it is still in my head (or let’s say it was on my mind.)

So, you can easily track how badly it affected my brain to NOT do anything. It wasn’t allowing me to do anything.

I had some plans for yesterday which I couldn’t accomplish…

But at this time of the morning, I accepted it and started to do what I’m supposed to do; write the content.

The more I’d think of that stupid incident, I won’t be able to hit anything to its completion mark.

So, I did accept it. Accepted its existence.

Blogging under stress

Stress is the killer.

Killer of your creativity, your time, and positivity.

I had ‘been through, done that.’

But you can control it if you want to.

In all these 20 hours, my mind was not accepting it and was stressed all the time and ultimately I was not able to do anything.

But under the tick of a second, I was able to cover it up. Put aside all the stress and made that event a blog post’s idea for me.

Interesting, yup? 🙂

It is all up to you. Under your power to control it.

A sweet quote from LiveLifeHappy.com for the mess I was stuck into the whole day, right? 🙂

My good friend, Lorraine Reguly, once had the negativity all glued to her. But she overcame it and turned her life an example, a motivation for the world to tell that YOU can still deal with your mess and rock the world.

Get to know about her’s life journey she wrote all about in her blog post.

Read it. And try to pull the stress off.

So, your turn

I do want to read how you deal with the sudden stress?

May you not fall under any stress ever, amen!

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Shantanu Sinha - October 12, 2017

Hello Adeel,

Indeed blogging can cause a lot of stress level, mainly when one is blogging all alone. When one is not hitting the decks hard,
the things are not working out then there is surely a condition that person can get a whole level of stress upon himself.

I think we all might across our path with this situation, when we were in the initial days of blogging. I too often feel
that I am surrounded by a negative energy through my all day. Talking behind creativity, the works which are need to be
done on regular basis, being high on stress effects its a lot.

Thanks for the share.

Shantanu.

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Lisa Sicard - October 12, 2017

Hi Adeel,
It happens to me a lot. You learn to deal with it and plan for it. On good days I get a lot more done and on the bad days I don’t. You have to learn to accept it and move on.
Think “Will this really matter a year from now?” If not, let go.
I think the older you get the more you can let it roll off you and realize tomorrow is a new day 🙂
I hope that helps and that today is better!

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Cori Ramos - October 13, 2017

Hi Adeel,

I can definitely relate to you. Stress is my middle name. Before my mother passed away back in August, I was her primary care giver for the last 2-3 years of her life. That took me away from my blogging responsibilites. Of course, I wouldn’t be anyhwere than wher she needed me but I stressed daily about not being online, publishing content, engaging.

There were a couple of times I wanted to quit but I thought about all the hard work I put into growing my blog that I couldn’t just throw it away. So, I adjusted my blogging schedule to work around her – but it was hard to concentrate on blogging and writing when there was the stress that she’d call me in the middle of my doing something to take care of her.

I’m sorry about your family thing. I hope everything worked out. And a big AMEN to no more stress!

Thanks for sharing!

Cori

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ikechi - October 13, 2017

Hi Adeel

You are right that we go through stress and it can affect our daily routine but as you shared, one can control the negative energy by accepting it and dealing with it.

Thanks for sharing. Take Care

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Ali - October 15, 2017

oh i suppose thats the reason u couldnt reply me till now.
i wish u best of luck to cop up all ur life hard realities with enlightned bravery. and wish u to have a strong firewall from the displeasures of odd days which sometimes hurt us badly. stay strong stay creative.

Ali

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Dr - October 21, 2017

Good work
Nice article
Thanks

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