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Tools for Stress Management

  • The Guide for Stress Relief
  • Bonus Worksheets include
  • The Circle of Control
  • Dealing With Overwhelm
  • Simple Strategy: One & Ten
  • Task Tic Tac Toe

Each of the resources above is designed to help you assess how you are responding to stress – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually through assessments, action steps and simple strategies.

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you will learn

how to be aware of stresses effects on your body, mind, heart and soul and to manage them holistically to avoid the risks that stress can have on your overall health. Practical steps are included for maintaining holistic healthy systems so that you can avoid burnout and overwhelm.

  • Learn the physical signs and symptoms of stress and what kind of care is critical to keeping your body healthy in a stressful situation.
  • Learn the mental signs of stress and how they relate to common problems such as memory and focus.
  • Learn the signs and symptoms of emotional stress and how to recognize when you need help.
  • Learn the signs and symptoms that your spiritual being is stressed and ways to remain grounded without compromising your values and core beliefs.

“As a caregiver I thought I knew how stress affected my life. I had no idea how many aspects of my life were touched by my stressful situation. This guide walks you through the steps of recognizing and managing stress in a healthy way. The Guide to Stress Relief was invaluable in setting me on a healthy path to reduce stressors in my life. I am so thankful I found this resource.”

Debbie S
I’m Mary

I am passionate about helping you find relief from the symptoms of stress.

It seems like everyone is stressed these days and as I looked for ways to manage my own stress, I was surprised to find that many of the symptoms that I thought were just part of aging were actually manageable by reducing the stress in my life and putting simple actions into place like a 10 minute walk each day and a short 10 minute journaling time.

I am the creator at What Empty Nest, which came about during a stressful time in my life when I was caring for an elderly parent, an infant grandson and had my youngest daughter move back home when her job became unstable during the pandemic in 2020.

At What Empty Nest we explore the reasons our nests are not-so-empty and how to keep those reasons from causing stressful symptoms that put our health at risk; physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

We provide resources and encouragement to keep joy in our lives and order in our homes.

Ready to manage your stress?

Grab the Guide to Stress Relief and bonus worksheets to get started putting your stress under control. You’ll walk away with Action Steps to get started immediately.