So, you're stressed out at work. You have a deadline to meet. The internet is down. The printer is out of ink. The coffee maker is on the fritz. Your co-workers are driving you crazy. The work pile keeps growing bigger. You're not making the money you feel you deserve...
It seems that COVID-19 takes over all parts of our lives in one form or another, and it can be a struggle to cope with the stress of having to deal with all of that, even if it is not affecting you so bad it may be to your family and people you know especially during this holiday season.
Here in Berkshire County, we get to do early voting starting this Saturday, October 17th, and goes through till October 30th. My husband and I both received our mail-in ballots in the mail this past week, we are going to drop them off this weekend.
A new poll found more than a quarter of us use our car as a place to relax and escape. But that doesn't mean driving is a stress-free experience. Here are the most stressful things about driving, according to the survey.
Tough driving conditions. People ranked driving in sn
We're in the home stretch of the holiday season, heading toward the New Year and if you're starting to feel burned out, you'll want to read this list of tips on how to deal with all the food, booze, and stress of the holidays.