The next time you think you're about to have an emotional MELTDOWN at work, Here are three things you can do that are more effective than screaming, or going to the bathroom to cry...
Use the Ten-Ten-Ten breathing method. Breathe in slowly for ten seconds.. then out for ten seconds... and repeat it ten times. It takes almost three-and-a-half minutes, but that's kind of the point. It gives you enough time to reset.
Stare at something blue. Studies have shown that looking at the color blue, or touching something that's blue can have a calming effect, possibly because it reminds us of water.
Squeeze between the knuckles of your first two fingers. Meaning your pointer finger and your middle finger. Basically, use your thumb to push down on the side of your middle finger where it meets your palm.
There's a pressure point there that's used in Eastern medicine to relieve stress, and apparently it can lower your blood pressure.
Although Florida Georgia Line's latest single, "Anything Goes," is still making its way up the charts at country radio, the duo is already planning their next single and album.
FGL's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are hard on work writing and recording songs, but before they release anything new to fans and radio, Florida Georgia Line plans to take a short break.
"We're gonna give some time from country radio, give it a rest for a second," Kelley told reporters at an event held in Nashville earlier this week. "We haven't done that since we came out, really. We tried to do that with 'Dirt.'"
Hubbard quickly added, "It won't feel that way. They say that every time we get done [with a new album] 'We're gonna take a break.'"
Kelley promised that their new music will be worth the wait.
"I think our music is on another level from anything that we've ever done. I think content, lyrically, musically," he shared. "I think the next single, I'm not even gonna tell you the title, but I think it's going to change country music again."
Are you excited for new music from Florida Georgia Line?