Relief Stress From Work Overload?

Dealing with too much work besides those from your workplace will certainly contribute to the amount of stress you are experiencing every day.

As for my case, the root of the problem is whether the amount of work I am doing right now to revamped my website or blog is worth the effort.

With the amount of workload and long period of hours increased because of the sudden closure of the Autoresponder Service Provider I utilized 3 weeks ago, there was a need to find a long-term stress relief plan so that it will enable me to cope and manage it.

These sudden extra load did impact my health greatly because lately I felt more tired than before. Feeling fatigue can have a long-term effect to my health.

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All In A Days Work Without The Frustration

Looking at the sidebar with the Menu Titled “Limited Time Promo” really provides me a sense of achievement for the day.

I started preparing the video this morning using EasySketch Pro, which I bought several months ago and stopped using after a bad service support experience. Fortunately, they had made improvement to the software which is so much faster and reliable after today’s usage. Wasn’t expecting a smooth result though BUT surprising everything work out fine.

By noon, I was already uploading the video to my Youtube account and appending the description for SEO purposes. Then I created a splash page with Ad Tracking link for my Affiliate URL so that people visiting the website will be record by the tracking software.

I proceeded to propagate the Affiliate URL to my blogs here and at MakeMoneySmartly.Com so that visitors visiting both blogs might click on it to view the promotion. Then I tweeted at Twitter.com followed by a mentioned at Facebook.com

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Close scrutiny will show that most...'crisis situations' are...opportunities to either advance, or stay where you are. -- Maxwell Maltz