I’m certain that I am not the only person in Texas who has a tough time walking away from work at the end of the day. There are tons of people that deal with this same issue but want to do a better job of leaving work at work, it’s more difficult than you would think. I feel very fortunate to have a job that I truly enjoy but that is another reason why I continue to look at emails at all hours of the day. So, what are some things that you can do to help you destress and relax after a long workday? 

Obviously, I don’t have all the answers or else I would be doing a better job of balancing this within my own life. But I did ask the AI program (Chat GPT) to see if they had some tips on how I could do a better job of having a work life balance. While helping me destress and leave the stress of work at work.  

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The Biggest Thing to Remember 

If you want to de-stress after a long workday remember that it takes practice and persistence. Doing something one time is not going to fix your problem. I work long hours each day, so I am trying to leave work earlier, but I know this is something that I will need to make this a routine. So, try to stay consistent with your changes. 

Let’s Look at the Tips to De-Stress 

Here are a few things that you can start implementing that will help you not stress so much after spending all day at work.  

10 Tips to Help Destress After a Long Workday

Here are some effective techniques to help you relax after working all day.

Texas Lands 10 Cities Inside Top 30 Most Stressful Cities to Work In

American workers are stressed. But according to a new study Houston, TX is the most stressful city to work in. In fact Texas landed 5 inside the Top 10, and ten inside the Top 30. Let's run this down.

Here is each Texas city that landed on the list next to their placement on it. You can see the entire Top 30 at the bottom.

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