Why building buffers into your day reduces stress

Stress can lead to burn-out and bad health! Build buffers into your daily schedule to avoid it. Don’t stack your calendar with back to back appointments and nonstop activity all day. Give yourself a chance to breathe and handle any mistakes or interruptions.

By doing this one simple thing, you significantly reduce stress and improve your focus at the same time.

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