Why Am I Worried? You Should Be.


But that’s OK! Just getting by and not fully collapsing is more than enough right now. But if you find yourself particularly distracted or stressed out this week, try a 60-second reset, a wonderful tip I learned from friend of Smarter Living Arianna Huffington.

“I use my reset many times a day, it takes 60 seconds,” Ms. Huffington told me. “You basically put together the things that are joy triggers. It could be photos of people you love, pets, quotes, landscapes, music you love, a breathing pace.” In just 60 seconds, she said, you can change your mind-set, adding, “Gratitude is the greatest antidote to stress.”