3. 3. Mindfulness project management. Take the Buddhist/yogic practice of mindfulness into your work. Do one thing at a time. Don't check email every time a new one comes in. Be engaged with whatever it is you're doing. The work can feel as ease-full as a meditation.
4. 4. Deep exhales. Continue to harvest the power of your parasympathetic nervous system--your rest and digest system. The PNS is in charge of all the calming responses in your body. It loves to help you out. Deep exhales help it do its thing.5.
5. Sleep. Take some transition time before you climb into bed—even if you're getting there later than you'd like. You'll sleep better if you let go of the busyness of the day before you try to sink into slumber.
6. Faith and flow. Unexpected stuff, random delays, and set-backs are gonna happen. I've had a ton. But somehow, things have actually worked out better in the end than they would have if those things hadn't happened. This is a continual reminder to me that the universe likes taking care of us, and that having faith in the flow, and letting go, is all good.