10 Ways to Create a Stress-Free Mindset

10 Ways to Create a Stress-Free Mindset

Stress is one of those pesky little things that unfortunately all of us have to deal with every once and a while. Some of us, however, may feel stressed-out more than others. In fact, if you’re anything like me, then you know what it’s like living with constant feelings of stress and anxiety.

This is no way to live. And that’s why I’m happy to tell you that there are actionable steps you can take to seriously reduce the stress levels in your life.

So sit back and relax, because here are 10 of the most effective ways of creating a truly stress-free mindset (so that you can start living your best life!).

    1. Focus on the present moment

    You’ve heard it before (probably a thousand times), but I’m gonna tell you again – mindfulness is key! When it comes to living a stress-free life, this is seriously where it all begins.

    Mindfulness means actively grounding yourself in the present moment. Too often, we spend our days locked up in our minds either ruminating over the past or worrying about the future. This leads to a constant underlying feeling of stress and uneasiness. The only antidote to this is bringing your attention fully to the present moment.

    Ask yourself: How am I feeling right here, right now?

    2. Exercise regularly

    Exercise has been proven time and time again to reduce stress and increase your happy hormones. It’s basically a one-stop shop for feeling good and getting those anxiety levels down!

    The best way to start implementing exercise into your daily routine is to not think of it as a chore and instead think of it as a tool to improve your mental health. 

    And remember – you don’t have to do a super intesne workout either! Even just going for a 20 minute walk can make a world of difference when you’re having a stressful day. 

    Ask yourself: what type of physical activity would suit my taste and my daily schedule?

    3. Stick to a daily routine

    This one tends to be hard for many people (including myself), but it’s essential in helping reduce stress on a day-to-day basis. Here are the 3 main reasons why:

    #1 – It reduces the number of decisions you have to make during the day (= less chance of “decision fatigue)

    #2 – It helps make you more efficient and wastes less time (= less overall stress)

    #3 – It helps you stick to daily habits that make you feel GOOD (such as going to bed at a certain time, eating at certain times, etc)

    Ask yourself: what daily routine would help me be the most efficient, while also the most calm?

    4. Focus on one thing at a time

    If you’ve ever had one of those days when you just have LOADS of stuff on your to-do list, then you’ll know that multi-tasking only makes things worse.

    The truth is, when we try to do too many things at once, it usually backfires. Not only are we actually less efficient (because we’re splitting our focus), but we also get more overwhelmed! Try giving yourself a break and just focus your attention on one thing at a time.

    Ask yourself: What items are the MOST pressing? What items can wait until a bit later?

    5. Simplify your schedule

    Despite what we may want to beleive, we really can’t do it all. 

    In fact, one of my favourite sayings is “you can do anything, but you can’t do everything”. This is great life advice. Honestly, sometimes you just need to make a compromise with yourself.

    Ask yourself: what items can I cut from my to-do list? (yes, it’s supposed to be hard!).

    6. Work on your confidence

    Sometimes we feel stressed at work or at school (or in other areas of our lives) because we don’t think we are good enough. 

    We think that we won’t be able to get something done on time or that it won’t be good enough. This can cause significant amounts of stress. 

    Working on your confidence is a great way to get to the core of the problem. I actually have some free journal worksheet for self-love (and consequently self-confidence) that you can sign up for below! And you’ll also get other worksheets that help with productivity and more!

    Ask yourself: What areas in my life could use a little self-esteem boost?

    7. Use the 5-4-3-2-1 rule

    The 5-4-3-2-1 rule was created by Mel Robbins and it’s a strategy that can help reduce procrastination and ultimately lead to reduced stress. 

    Basically, this principle just involves counting down from 5 and just doing whatever you don’t feel like doing when you reach 1. Almost like a ‘ready-set-go’ for your goals!

    This rule does work IF you really commit to it. It’s not a magical cure-all for procrastination, but with practice and commitment it can really help!

    Ask yourself: what do I really need to do but really don’t feel like doing?

    8. Trust that things will be okay

    Obviously, this one is much easier said than done, but it’s all about creating a gradual mindset shift. 

    Next time you find yourself stressing about something, try to accept the fact that most likely, things will work out. And if they don’t go super great, you’re strong enough to handle it!

    This is a principle that was extremely helpful in helping me reduce stress in my life and overcome anxiety.

    Ask yourself: what’s the worst that could happen? (hint: it’s probabaly not that bad, and you’ll very likely be able to handle it!)

    9. Focus on things that bring you joy

    If you spend some time focusing on things that bring you joy, you’ll have less time to think about the things that make you stressed. 

    You’ll also generally feel happier, which will lead to more mental resilience when dealing with stress. 

    Ask yourself: what makes my soul light up?

    10. Take time to reflect on the things that make you the most stressed

    We are all so different, and what’s stressful for one person may not be stressful for the next.  

    This is why it’s important to identify what is causing stress for you and think of ways that will help you to reduce that stress in your life.  

    Ask yourself: what are my particular stress-triggers?

    P.S. If you need a little extra help reducing stress in your life, there’s always therapy/counselling/coaching, etc. These are always great options no matter how little or much stress you have! 

    P.P.S. You can also grab all of my free worksheets to help manage stress and improve your self-care!

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Owner of Mindaya

    Hey guys, it’s Sagesse – the face behind website! I’m dedicated to helping you find freedom your anxiety and overcome the mental obstacles that are standing in the way of your best life!
    How to Deal with Overwhelm

    How to Deal with Overwhelm

    When I was in university, I was enrolled in an engineering program, and this meant two things:

    1. That I had all my classes with the same group of students, and
    2. That we always had a sh*t ton of work to do!

    Every once and awhile though, that regular sh*t ton of work to do would turn into an unmanageable, completely impossible sh*t ton of work to do! We would sometimes have so much assigned to us at the same time that it actually seemed physically impossible to get it all done (which it was). 

    Thankfully though, there was always that one calm and collected classmate who would tell the professors that we had too much work to do, and the professors would then switch some deadlines around. 

    This experience taught me one very important thing about being overwhelmed: if it seems too unrealistic, it probably is. 

    So what does this mean for you?

    If you feel overwhelmed, take a step back and look at everything you have to do from an outside perspective. Is it too much for one person to do? Would someone else struggle if they were in your situation? Or is it just more than you should be handling right now? (Remember to go easy on yourself. If you’re feeling tired and rundown, you need to listen to your body and lessen your workload). 

    If after you’ve done this you realize that it is too much work for you, there are a few simple questions you can ask yourself to help the situation:

    • Are there any non-urgent tasks that I can push to do later?
    • Are there any tasks that I can postpone the deadline on or ask to get the deadline postponed on?
    • Are there any tasks I can easily delegate to someone else?

    Just these few things alone can lighten your workload immensely.

    For your remaining tasks (the ones that are urgent, the ones that you can’t postpone, and the ones that you can’t delegate), you can take the following steps to organize them in a way that will make them easier to handle:

    Step 1

    Group together all of the easier tasks that will realistically only take you about 5 – 10 minutes to complete. Then, schedule them into specific time slots when you’ll get them done (preferably earlier in the day so you can get them out of the way).

    Step 2

    After you’ve finished the easier tasks, get the most urgent tasks done. Even if they’re the ones you really don’t want to do – just get them done and out of the way (you’ll feel so much better once you do).

    Step 3

    Schedule time for your remaining tasks according to how much focus they require. For tasks that require more focus, schedule them during a time that you can be alone and more attentive. For tasks that don’t need as much focus, schedule them during the gaps in your day.

    Step 4

    Get it in your mind to focus on one thing at a time and to not hesitate. Often, when we have too much to do, we think about everything at once, which just makes us lose focus and become overwhelmed. We also tend to hesitate and overthink about what task we should begin first. This often leads to not doing anything at all! You just need to start doing one thing really well without overthinking it too much (this is why it’s important to schedule your tasks and stick to that schedule!).

    Some more things to keep in mind

    1. The world will go on if you don’t get everything done. The outcome is definitely not going to be as bad as you think it will be.
    2. There are always people who will be willing to help you if you have too much on your plate – you just need to reach out and tell them what’s going on. If you are sincere and vulnerable, people will understand and be happy to help (as long as it’s not a regular occurrence and you end up taking advantage of them).
    3. If you always have way too much to do, it’s time to be firm with yourself and reevaluate your workload to see if you have too many responsibilities. It might be helpful for you to cut something out of your life for a while if it’s taking too much of your time and damaging your mental health. 
    4. Take a minute to move your body and exercise! This will help you recharge your body and mind. Seriously, it works wonders – don’t underestimate it!
    5. Schedule in small breaks. Your mind can’t run on hyperdrive all day. Even a quick 10-minute break will help reset it.

    Feeling overwhelmed doesn’t have to be a normal state of mind for you. There are always things you can do to help relieve some stress and lessen your workload. The sooner you realize this, the sooner you’ll be able to start enjoying your life (no matter how busy you are!).

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Owner of Mindaya

    Hey guys, it’s Sagesse – the face behind website! I’m dedicated to helping you find freedom your anxiety and overcome the mental obstacles that are standing in the way of your best life!
    How to Ease Out of Social Distancing When You Have Social Anxiety

    How to Ease Out of Social Distancing When You Have Social Anxiety

    If you’re a naturally socially anxious person, you may be struggling with the whole quarantine thing. And I don’t mean being IN quaranitne (that was the easy part!), I’m talking about coming OUT of quarantine.

    If you’re anything like me, then social distancing was probably a breeze for you. You didn’t have to socialize with anyone, and you didn‘t have to go through any social awkwardness. Score!

    But now that the world is slowly starting to open back up again, you may have some anxious thoughts floating around your head, like “uh, I didn’t know how to talk to people in the first place – how am I supposed to just jump right back into this whole social thing now?!”.

    What makes it even worse is that there’s now this added awkwardness because you still have to stay distanced from people, so you can’t shake hands or hug. This then begs the question – “what the heck do I do instead?!“. 

    Well, have no fear! This is exactly what I’m here for!

    Here are my top 4 tips on how to ease out of quarantine if you’re socially anxious

    1. Write a list of social situations that make you anxious

    Everyone reacts differently to different social situations. Take some time here to write a list of all the social situations that trigger anxiety for you. Is it running into people you haven’t seen in a long time? Is it hugging? Is it small talk? Big groups? One-on-one chats? Everyone is totally different. After you’ve done this, take a moment to write down whether or not COVID has made each situation better or worse.

    For me, I’ve noticed that I get social anxiety when I hang out with aquaintances. I’m not close enough to them that the conversation flows easily, so I find it can sometimes feel a bit awkward.

    This, of course, gets even worse when you add social distancing into the equation. Now these already-awkward acquaintance hang-outs turn even more uncomfortable because 1) we have to stay awkwardly far apart and 2) conversation gets old REAL fast (explaining what you’ve been doing – or not doing – during quarantine really doesn’t make for dazzling conversation).

    Another anxiety-inducing situation for me is seeing people out in public when I’m not “prepared” for them. For example, when I’m grocery shopping and I see someone I *kind of* know. I never know if I should wave, smile, stop and talk, or just keep walking!

    This is also worse with COVID because now everyone’s wearing a mask, so it’s hard to see what their facial expression is…which makes it even harder to know how to act! Ahh!

    2. Write down ways that you can make each situation less anxiety-inducing

    Once you’ve identified your anxiety-inducing sitatuons, it’s time to start thinking of ways you can make yourself feel more comfortable with them.

    But keep in mind, “avoiding” is NOT (I repeat NOT) a valid solution! Going through life attempting to just dodge every situation that makes you feel uncomfortable is only going to add to the problem. Trust me, it may make you feel good in the moment, but it will not serve you in the long term.

    Instead, try to think of little things you can do to just relieve some of your stress. It could be as simple as doing some deep breathing exercises before going into a nerve-racking social situation.

    For me, I found that the most effective way to combat my social anxiety was to just expose myself to situations that made me feel anxious. I didn’t like it at first, but the more I forced myself to do it, the more comfortable I got with it. If you can get used to being comfortable even in slightly awkward situations, a whole new world will open up for you! 

    3. Prepare yourself beforehand

    This is something I’ve been doing for-ever! And I promise you, it works – VERY WELL.

    If I’m going into a social situation where I know I may not have many things to talk about, I prepare a little list in advance of stories I’ll share or questions I’ll ask. I know, I know – it may sound a bit “over-achiever”, but hey – it does the job!

    This is especially helpful for coming out of quarantine and reconeccting with people you maybe haven’t seen in several months. It can be super awkward knowing how to summarize an entire 4-5 months of your life where you’ve been doing prettttty much nothing at home!

    Here’s a great list of conversation starters to get you inspired by ‘people expert’ Vanessa Van Edwards!

    4. Find ways to practice – start small, and slowly work up

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – the BEST way to overcome your anxiety is to face your fears head-on. This goes for social anxiety as well!

    Start by choosing low-stress social situations. What makes you slightly anxious, but not overly anxious? Talking to strangers on the phone? Talking to friends on the phone? Meeting people for coffee? Again, it’s totally different for everyone.

    Once you’ve gotten used to exposing yourself to these “low-risk” situations, raise the bar a little bit. Keep working yourself up to more anxiety-inducing situations bit-by-bit until finally, you’re ready to face your biggest fears. This is called ‘exposure therapy’, and it works amazingly. In fact, it was the #1 way I was able to overcome social anxiety myself!

    Other tips for coming out of quarantine

    I know it can be awkward meeting people in person but still staying 6 feet apart. You may feel like you’re being cold by not hugging someone or shaking their hands. I say, just address the elephant in the room! Try saying outright, “I’d shake your hand (or hug you), but you probably don’t want my germs!”. You’d be surprised at how well this can break the tension!

    I also suggest mirroring the other person and just doing what they do. This can release a lot of pressure on you to “do the right thing”. Sometimes, it’s good to be a follower!

    Below, you’ll find links to some more helpful resources that will guide you in getting to the root cause of your social anxiety so that you can learn how to overcome it – I highly recommend checking them out! 

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Owner of Mindaya

    Hey guys, it’s Sagesse – the face behind website! I’m dedicated to helping you find freedom your anxiety and overcome the mental obstacles that are standing in the way of your best life!
    The Crazy Way I Manifested My Dream Job

    The Crazy Way I Manifested My Dream Job

    A couple years ago I quit my high-paying job because it was making me stressed and unhappy. I took the time off to work on my mental health and figure out what I really wanted to do in life.

    After a whole lotta soul-searching, I came to the realization that my one true calling was to create this blog, Mindaya. I wanted to help people, because I didn’t want anyone else to feel the way I was feeling at my worst (which you can read about here!).

    Fast forward to today – I have my own online business, my mental health is in the BEST condition it’s ever been in, and I feel genuinely fulfilled. It was with this new, healthy mindset that I realized I was ready to go back to my 9-5 job. Why? because I knew that in order to make my dream work (this blog), I needed to have some extra money to help make it great. But this time, I wasn’t going to let my 9-5 job take over my life. Nope – this time, it was going to be on my own terms.

    I’m now working again at the job I had years ago, but it’s a whole lot different now – that is, a whole lot better. So I thought I’d share with you how exactly I made this happen. *Spoiler alert* – it all came down to manifesting!

    So to anyone else who feels “stuck” in a job or a routine that they don’t like or that makes them unhappy – I want you to know that you too have the power in you to choose what you want. Whether that’s quitting a job to find a better one, or finding the confidence to ask for what YOU want in your current job – it’s all totally possible!

    Here are the things that you need to know when it comes to manifesting your dream job

     

    1. You need to know what you want 

    Before going any further, you need to take some time to make a goal plan and figure out what will truly make you happy on a deep level. This is going to take a lot of inner-work, so make sure you spend some time on this.

    For me, I discovered that the two things that would make me happy were:

    1. Using my creative talents
    2. Not working a ton of hours

    I know that I’m not the type of person that can handle boatloads of work. I just don’t have it in me. I need my rest and relaxation time – and a lot of it.

    I also know that I need to be creative to feel fulfilled. This is something that is really important to my wellbeing.

    At the time, my 9-5 job wasn’t giving me these two things that I needed. It wasn’t allowing me to express my creative potential, and it was far too demanding of my time.

    So I knew that to combat this, I needed to do two things: first, I needed to carve out a creative outlet for myself. Enter this blog, Mindaya! Second, I needed to significantly reduce my hours at my desk job (so that I could have enough time to spend on my creative outlet!).

    2. You need to ask for what you want

    The next order of business in manifesting your dream job is to actually ask for it. I know this can be difficult (especially when it means asking your boss – eek!), but it’s a necessary step if you want to live a life that will make you happy.

    For me, I knew that I needed to talk to my boss about my hours. So I straight-up told them exactly what I wanted – less hours, and the ability to work remotely.

    Luckily, I had a great rapport with them already because I used to work with them (and they liked me!), so this was something that they were willing to agree to. Success!

    The funny thing is, it was all so easy! It never occurred to me before that I could just ask for what I wanted, but that’s really all it took!

     

    So once you know what you want, just ask for it. You may be surprised at what you’ll get!

     

    3. You need to know your worth

    When I was working at this job before, I wasn’t getting paid nearly as much as I am now. It was actually a stroke of luck that I saw the job posting online – and they were offering a lot more than I was making at the time!

    This was probably to entice more experienced people to apply, but I knew that I was worth that much as well, even though I was less experienced.

    It can be uncomfortable asking for money, I know. I was certainly uncomfortable when I asked for that much, but the one thing I’ve come to realize is that you need to know your own value. Don’t be ashamed of putting a good price on yourself! For me, I knew that they would get their moneys worth when they hired me at that salary – I knew I was worth that much. 

    4. You need to be flexible

    Although I’m now working my job on my own terms, it still may not be my “dream job” forever and ever. I know this. However, at the moment, it’s allowing me to live my dream lifestyle – and that’s the main thing. I know that in the future, my priorities may change and evolve, and this job may also change and evolve. And that’s totally okay.

    So when it comes to manifesting your dream job, always remember that nothing is set in stone. Life changes every day, week, month, and year – and you will inevitably change along with it. This is a beautiful thing, because change = growth. So don’t get too attached to your current situation, whatever it may be. Things may surprise you down the road!

    Happy manifesting!

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Owner of Mindaya

    Hey guys, it’s Sagesse – the face behind website! I’m dedicated to helping you find freedom your anxiety and overcome the mental obstacles that are standing in the way of your best life!
    7 Outrageous Media Misconceptions that are Making You Unhappy

    7 Outrageous Media Misconceptions that are Making You Unhappy

    Lately, I’ve been kinda pissed off at the media. 

    In a world where it’s getting harder and harder to make enough money to live and do the things that make us feel good (a.k.a keep us from getting super anxious!), we are also being bombarded with things in the media that make us feel even worse!

    So in this blog post, I thought I’d share with you 7 of the biggest (and most dangerous) misconceptions the media is telling us. And remember – the most important thing to know when it comes to media consumption is that we all need to take responsibility for and be super mindful of what we let into our mental space (and our phones!).

    1. That you need to go to school, get a job, go into debt to buy a house, and then retire when you’re too old to enjoy it

    This is something I have talked about probably a million and one times before – because it is SO TRUE. We are being told that every human on planet earth should follow the same linear trajectory in life. How crazy is that? We are all completely different, and we all have our own stories to write.

    So if you don’t land that perfect job right after graduating, don’t worry – pretty much none of us do. In all honesty, it’s a bit of a fantasy. And even if some people do land the job of their dreams right away, so what? Their life path has nothing to do with yours. We need to stop pretending we still live in a 1950’s sitcom. Life is so much more complex than that – we are so much more complex than that. And that’s what makes life so beautiful!

    2. That you need to find the “perfect” partner (and basically everything else they teach you about romance in the movies and TV)

    This is so not true. Cinderella is a fantasy, just like Bridget Jones’s Diary is a fantasy. Why? Because they don’t reflect how love really is. Love is…

    Actually, there’s no one way to describe love! This is because it’s different for each and every one of us. Sometimes it’s messy, sometimes it’s confusing, sometimes it’s painful. Love can be anything. Those warm and fuzzy romantic dreams that Hollywood feeds us is nothing but a facade. Don’t forget – movies only last for 2 hours. How on earth can a 2 hour acted drama be a reflection of real life? Real life is a whole lot messier and a whole lot longer than that.

    And on top of all that, the “perfect” partner doesn’t even exist. That’s right, there’s no such thing as Prince Charming. Nobody is perfect. We all have our faults, and if you expect your significant other to be some sort of God on earth, you’re going to be very disappointed (note: this shouldn’t be upsetting – it should be encouraging!)

    3. That everything in life is easy and do-able

    It’s a common misconception that people reach their goals in life really fast. What you don’t see, however, is all the crazy hard work that people put into it behind the scenes (and how long it took them to get there!). 

    I watched one show recently that showed kids in high school developing apps in their spare time and making tons of money off of them. The show made it look so simple. Like, these kids just started developing apps on a Tuesday afternoon and it took off.

    And we can’t forget the millions of influencers on our social feeds who appear to have these sparkly, perfect lives and make everything in their daily life look dazzling

    The truth is, though, you’re not actually seeing all the gruelling hours of work that’s been put in behind the scenes. And on top of that, most of the stuff we do see is seriously edited anyway. 

    4. That you need to have a “perfect” body and that most people have perfect bodies because you see it everywhere

    I was watching ‘Friends’ recently and I couldn’t get over how good the actresses’ bodies were. They just looked so “perfect”. And as I was watching, I noticed that I began to suddenlty feel insecure about my body!  

    But then I thought about it for a minute – these are professional actors who basically get paid to look good. Their job is to stay in impeccable shape. Comparing myself to this way of celebrity living is just ridiculous. I don’t want to spend most of my day working on my weight and my body – that’s just not realistic for my way of life, and I’m sure it’s the same for a lot of you, as well.

    5. That mental illness is “cool”

    This one is a bit of a touchy subject because if you do have a mental illness, it’s nice to make light of it sometimes because then it doesn’t feel so bad.

    But there’s a flipside to this, as well. There are so many people in the media who claim that they have OCD or that they’re depressed – but they only say it to give them a “quirky” or “cool” vibe.

    Again, we can look at the show ‘Freinds’. Monica basically has OCD. In the show, her OCD (although it’s really not OCD) is portrayed as something that makes her fun and silly. In reality though, OCD is a serious mental health issue, and I guarentee you that people who truly have OCD do not feel like it’s just a quirky, fun character trait. I can say from experience that it’s actually a very tormenting thing that makes you feel awful. 

    6. That everyone knows exactly what to say all the time

    For a lot of people who struggle with social anxiety (or just may not be very socially-adept), it can be intimidating watching all those people in the media who always seem to have the perfect thing to say all the time. It could be people on TV, in the movies, even on YouTube and Instagram – everyone’s conversation and dialogue just seems to flow so smoothly! 

    But we need to remember that none of this is actually natural. People on TV and in the movies have scripts, and people on social media are just posting their highlights. Real life, on the other hand, doesn’t have the luxury of being rehearsed and edited.

    So don’t compare yourself to people you see in the media – it’s a totally unrealistic standard. And I’m willing to bet that if you met a lot of these people in real-life, they probably won’t come across as such smooth-talkers!

    7. That buying product ‘x’ will make you happy

    I didn’t really realize this until I started an online business myself, but honestly everyone is trying to sell you something. What does this mean? It means that when they make recommendations or when they make certain posts about products, they don’t always have your best interest in mind, and they could be lying or stretching the truth.

    Even things that seem super trust-worthy like university and the pharmaceutical industry are just businesses trying to sell to you! So if you think you have all the information, remember: what you see isn’t always what you get. That new, sparkly product that your favourite YouTuber is plugging may not be the Holy Grail to everlasting happiness…it may just be the key to some extra cash in their pocket!

    Moral of the story: most things are an illusion and they can seriously warp our perspective of reality to the point that we start to think we’re inadequate

    The media is made up primarily of things that are 1) meant to entertain you, and 2) make you feel inadequate. This is for one reason only: so that people can make money off of you

    So be careful and be conscientious when choosing what media you watch. There are of course some good people out there (I hope I’m one of them!) who are trying to do things to genuinely help other people. I myself do sell some products but I also offer a lot of free information and basically I only sell products so that I can make this website and make a living off of it (and provide more free information down the road!).

    And there are a lot of other content creators doing just the same, but there are bad seeds out there who ruin it for everyone. And it’s the bad seeds that have the ability to warp our minds and leave us feeling inadequate and unhappy. So when it comes to the media, remember: be picky, and take everything with a grain of salt!

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Sagesse ("Say Jess")

    Owner of Mindaya

    Hey guys, it’s Sagesse – the face behind website! I’m dedicated to helping you find freedom your anxiety and overcome the mental obstacles that are standing in the way of your best life!