Feeling stuck? 3 Ways to Clear Your Head Right Now

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At some point, everyone feels stuck. A mental block that keeps you from working may not fix your semester or assignments, but it doesn’t feel good to be mentally unable to move. One day you feel  unstoppable and the next you are barely rolling. This feeling can’t stop you, but it doesn’t have to be permanent.There are many things you can do to get back on track. 

Get your finances in order 


If you’re not financially secure, you can literally get sick. Not knowing if you can afford to pay  rent, buy groceries, or buy fuel for your car is downright bad for your physical and mental health. It is important to release constant stress. So how do you orient the stone in the right direction? By prioritizing your wants and needs. 


I will have to move when the rent rises last year and my life becomes difficult. Terminating a lease is never a good idea, but eviction is even worse. Talk to your landlord or management company about your situation. Some states have laws that make it easier to terminate a lease. If you’re overpaying for other necessities like life, health, housing, and car insurance, you have a few options. For  home and car insurance, visit our marketplace to compare premiums. You can  find personalized rates that can save you money. Identifying 


Mental Blocks 


Mental blocks come in many forms. Some are mentally exhausted, while others are overwhelmed with work responsibilities. Lack of sleep can  make it harder to deal with stress  and  make you feel stuck. Shoot  at least 8 hours a night. Also, try to go to bed at the same time every night. Your body falls into a routine that helps balance  your circadian rhythms. 


No more imposter syndrome 


Do you feel like you’re lying? Believe it or not, imposter syndrome is a frequent occurrence. That’s when people feel like they’re not really  up to speed and unprofessional in what they say is a situation. If you’re feeling this way, you need to look inside yourself to find out why you’re doing it. Are you pretending you aren’t really you, or are you insecure about your abilities? If  the latter,  you should ask yourself why you think you’re not good enough. Most of the time, it’s about learning not to torture yourself. If you’re pretending to be something you’re not, you have to stop doing that too. No one is satisfied with not being themselves. You’re better off recognizing your strengths and building your life around them.

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