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Where the stress resides

April is National Stress Awareness Month, but depending on life events, you might need awareness every month.


Oops. I did not mean to say that out loud! Okay, maybe I did.


Back to the headline of this post. A survey conducted by WalletHub (so, take it how you will) considered crime rates, healthcare, and economic status to determine the most and least stressed states here in the U.S.


Top 10 Most Stressed States in the U.S.

  1. Louisiana

  2. Mississippi

  3. Nevada

  4. New Mexico

  5. Arkansas

  6. West Virginia

  7. Alabama

  8. Kentucky

  9. Oklahoma

  10. Texas


Top 10 Least Stressed States in the U.S.

  1. Minnesota

  2. South Dakota

  3. Utah

  4. New Hampshire

  5. Iowa

  6. Idaho

  7. North Dakota

  8. Delaware

  9. Nebraska

  10. Hawaii


Wherever you live, find time to prioritize self-care. And if you were here for my previous Ted Talk, you know self-care does not necessarily mean evacuating other family members from the home to take care of laundry. Rest, hydrate, get Vitamin D, and do whatever else is needed to reduce stress!


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