We’re all very busy. In this tough economic environment, normal stresses of life can become amplified by the extra efforts we all must make to protect our jobs, families and households. Many of you are employed full time, parents and heads of households in addition to being online students. It wouldn’t be surprising to learn that your stress levels are higher now than they have ever been. Dr. Matthew Edlund is the Director of the Center for Circadian Medicine and the author of the book, The Power of Rest. Dr. Edlund recently published a list of eight things each of us can do to better manage our stress levels. I found it to be particularly helpful in helping me cope with my own frazzled existence. I thought readers here would find it equally useful. Read his article here.