To meditate. It might sound like a difficult thing to do if you are working but that's possible also if you really want that. Meditation does not require always a special place, a special posture or candles.
You can do it in your lunch break also. You don't even need to close your eyes to meditate. All you need to do is to let go of your thoughts and cut their cord that is taking your peace of mind and is inviting stress into your life.
Just by observing them and not getting identified with them can be a simple way to change your mood and gain a bit of peace in the life jungle. If you don't have time to do that at work you can do it at home, after work.
You can choose a quite and clean place inside your house, choose a comfortable posture to sit in, not to comfortable to fall asleep in it, and meditate. There's no need for complex preparations or any technique to meditate.
You just close your eyes, sit still, breathe and observe your thoughts as they appear and flow just like clouds. You just have to not identify with them. Sit like this for as long as you like. It doesn't matter if you meditate for just ten minutes or an hour.
Meditation is what it's important and it can definitely help you find peace. At least in my case helps a lot. I try to meditated almost daily and have convinced myself of its great benefits. Feel free and try it. You won't be disappointed.
I have learnt to just stay calm and hide whatever I am thinking. This way I don't get stressed out and I can stay focused. I don't get emotional and everything is thought through slowly.
I think that it comes with understanding your job and your staff. If you don't get stressed and worked up you find peace and tranquility when others would be jumping up and down.
Peace is a state of the mind. If nothing troubles or bothers you mind, it simply means that you're at peace. The easiest way to find peace during the day is to do things that you love, be yourself and be proud of who you are. Try to always be thankful for life, your loved ones and the little achievements that you've had and take life and each day a moment at a time and your day will always be peaceful.
Guide your heart and let nothing bother you and you mind and life will always be at peace
I put on a set of headphones, find some nice meditation music to listen to, and then close my eye's to slip into what I feel to be a meditative state. There are different things I visualize during my meditation routines, and I have different purposes for different styles of meditation.
Slowing your breath while breathing deeply and keeping your back erect is a way many begin their meditation routines, and it definitely has a relaxing effect if done properly.
I like to visualize myself by a waterfall, or deep in the jungle. Sometimes the setting will be nighttime, sometimes day. Other times I will try to imagine what it would be like to float through outer space, I derive a bit of enjoyment out of the outer space setting, because it opens the door to vast imagination.
So this is one technique that helps me find peace throughout various times of the day.
I hope this answer helps.