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Managing Stress in the New Season

Updated: Feb 8

As the fall season arrives and summer is starting to wind down, its charm can sometimes be overshadowed by stress. Whether it's adjusting to new routines, preparing for holidays, or facing darker days, managing stress is crucial during this time. Follow these practical strategies for embracing the autumn and keeping stress at bay:

  1. Self-Care: Dedicate time each day for relaxation and rejuvenation. Engage in activities that nourish your mind, body, and soul.

  2. Stay Active: Embrace the cool weather with outdoor activities like hiking or apple-picking. Physical activity boosts your mood and reduces stress.

  3. Plan Ahead: Prepare for the holiday season early to avoid last-minute pressures. Create a to-do list and set a budget for gifts and celebrations.

  4. Embrace Change: Fall is a season of transition. Practice acceptance and gratitude for the present while being open to future possibilities.

  5. Limit Media Exposure: Reduce stress by limiting social media and news consumption. Focus on positive and uplifting content.

  6. Connect with Loved Ones: Strengthen your support system by reaching out to family and friends, even through virtual means.

  7. Practice Mindfulness: Take moments each day for deep breathing, meditation, or mindfulness. Ground yourself in the present to reduce anxiety.


St John’s Health, 2022

Gal Baggins, 2021

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