About Stress Relief Tools

If you are like me, you are curious who is behind the web site you are visiting. I am often curious. Is it a big corporation or a curious person like me? I want to see a photograph, I want to know why is the person writing about what she is writing about and what knowledge and expertise the person has. I want to see what passions and interests the person has.

My name is Simona. Several years ago I was overwhelmed by stress and I didn't know what to do. The stress affected me on all levels of my being. I knew I had to do something and take charge of my health. So I began my quest for healing and finding out all I could about stress and stress relief.

Over the years I've read hundreds of books, took a variety of classes and workshops, and I practiced the techniques that you will find on this web site. Most importantly, I listened to many other women who generously shared their stories with me.

I started this web site out of my desire to share what I've learned over the past 10 years (and am still learning) about stress relief and relaxation. Information on this web site is a combination of research, personal experience, and the collective wisdom of women from around the world.


My passion? Books. Non-fiction. I admit - I am a bookaholic. I love research. Learning is my biggest passion. I love going to the library and coming back home with a stack of books to read.

I like to read and educate myself about topics related to stress relief, personal development and growth. Some of the topics that I am passionate about are: relaxation techniques, alternative healing, yoga, meditation, hypnosis, nutrition for stress relief, NLP (neuro-linguistic-programming), communication, motivation, EFT (emotional freedom technique), neuroscience, and psychoneuroimmunology.

To read the ever-growing list of book and article references used for this web site, click here.

Aside from stress relief and personal development I am passionate about an area that explores questions regarding the nature of reality. I am interested in quantum physics, consciousness, mysticism, spirituality and philosophy. Currently I am working on a laboratory research project involving a quantum physics and consciousness experiment.




What do I do for stress relief? One of my many stress relief tools is looking at the world through the lens of a camera. 

As I look through the lens and discover the beauty of our world - my thoughts stop - my mind gets quiet and focused on the present moment. In these moments I soak up the vibrant and rich colors of nature, I feel the gentle caress of an ocean breeze, and hear the birds singing in the trees. When I am fully present in the moment I see beauty all around me and I feel wonderfully alive.

I like to spend a lot of time in nature. Connecting with the natural world nourishes my soul, soothes my nervous system, and reminds me of the precious gift that life is.

My hope is that you will find something of value on this web site and you will be inspired to take control of your life. Stress relief is not something you do once and you are done with it. It is a continuous process - it is a way of life.

Be well,



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Words of Wisdom

The time to relax is when you don't have time for it.
~Sydney J. Harris

Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.
~Chinese Proverb

There cannot be a stressful crisis next week. My schedule is already full.
~Henry Kissinger

Humor, a great stress reliever!
Laugh, be happy and have less stress!
~Catherine Pulsifer



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