How To Work All Day And Not Get Tired [FREE REPORT]:

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Edward Druce

Dissipate Stress

Here are 6 quick tips that will go a long way. Do these together and your feelings of stress and anxiety will literally *melt* away…

1) Black out your room while sleeping.

2) Take a magnesium supplement before bed.

3) Get outside in the sun for 15 minutes first thing every day (an alternative is to get 15 minutes with a Phillips GoLite if it’s raining and miserable outside).

4) Take a 10 minute break for every hour of work.

5) Spend 10 minutes a day Freewriting.

6) Meditate, use an emWave, or do any type of breathing activity for 15-20 minutes

Do these things for 3 weeks and you will feel like a new person.

You’ll be more effective at what you do, you’ll have adopted habits to make you a happier over a lifetime, and you’ll be more a resilient to the hard balls life throws your way.

Further Reading:

Get Charlie Hoehn’s ‘Play It Away’ as soon as it comes out. I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy of this book and it’s incredible. A *must-read* for anyone who deals with stress on a daily basis at work (that’s probably you).


  1. Hi Edward,

    Thanks for the blacking out bedroom advice. I have a quick question: do you black it out at night only? (Or do you keep the black garbage bags on windows even during the daytime? If yes, do you turn on the lights while working in your bedroom in the daytime?)

    • edwarddruce

      June 14, 2015 at 6:48 am

      Hey Jade,

      You want max natural light during the day — ideally getting outside as much as possible, but through windows while you’re working — and pitch darkness while you’re sleeping.

      Travelling around I’ve done both…

      If you have a dedicated bedroom that you’re just sleeping in, by all means leave the things you’re using to blackout your room up (as it’s a pain to put up / take down). But if you have a studio / are working from your bedroom, you’ll want to get all the daylight you can, so putting up / taking down.

      These things are super helpful for the latter:

      Hope that helps!

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