The symptoms of stress can vary from person-to-person and runs a spectrum of expression given the situation, compounding effects, and body’s response. Stress’s toll spans from weight gain/loss, health problems, and sleeping disturbances. Often times, we don’t even know our bodies are in a state of stress, because it is such an everyday occurrence. It can take days or years of endurance, for the body begin to break down and show signs of exhaustion.
When our lives are not financial secure or well, we can become panicked regarding everything related to financing our present and future. Everything begins to compound the stress and our experience: job, housing, self-care, and even daily living costs can create stressors and un-needed emotional distress due to feeling trapped within our own financial making. We lock ourselves into our current situation by not having a secure budget that allows for savings, goal-setting, and emergencies. We marginalizing every dollar we intake, thus creating a demanding market- raising our expenses and dependence on our current financial streams.
This dependence can work, if everything maintains in a state of congruence to our priorities and positive emotional regard. However, when one thing falls out of sync and dis-satisfaction looms- everything begins to reflect the negative experience. This closed circuitry is a dominating factor in emotional, physical, and financial stress.
Budgeting is the key to managing financial stress. Maintaining a financially well-life releases the dependence of high-stress factors in our lives and allows and open flow between our major financial bearings. This well-life seeks out financial independence, creating a life free from the inter-connectedness of an unhealthy closed circuit funding. To sign up for a 30-day financial wellness challenge and create your own fiscal wellness plan- or learn more about financial and physical wellness: Go to http://coachingwellife.weebly.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html If you like this article and interested in reading more, subscribe at the top of the page.