Take a moment (and a breath):
Sit comfortably and rest your hands in your lap, however you would like (I like to face my palms up). Straighten your back and drop your shoulders as much as you can without straining. Take a deep breath in through your nose, very slowly, filling your torso from the bottom upward. Feel the bottom of your body (what practitioners of yoga call your root) press downward when your lungs are completely full. Now purse your lips and gently blow that breath out through your mouth as though you were putting out a single candle.
How did that feel? Try it again, this time with your eyes closed; focus on every feeling in your torso. If you have a moment, do a few of them with each one slightly slower and longer than the last.
This post, or one like it will be repeated daily. You don’t have to do it when you see it, but try to do it once a day, or when you’ve got a few moments to yourself. Feel a little bit of tension melt away and enjoy.
(If you’re sick or have a stuffy nose, you can purse your lips and suck in air through your mouth, but do it slowly and gently, the same way that you blow it out.)