Day 216: Putting worries away.

A few days ago, I blogged about creating a Worry Box.

Today, for the first time, I decided to use it.

I woke up with too many worries this morning.

So many worries, I didn’t even know what I was really worrying about.

I could guess why I’m worrying this morning.

But why wait? Let’s use the Worry Box!

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Step 1: Cut up pieces of blank worry paper.

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Step 2: Write down a worry.

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Step 3: Put the worry in the box.

Repeat Steps 2 – 3, as needed:

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Which leads us to the last step:

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Step 4: Close the Worry Box.

Yay!

Thanks to all of you worriers/warriors who are reading today. May all your worries be contained, put away, and groundless, as you deserve.

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25 thoughts on “Day 216: Putting worries away.

  1. Great idea, when I was in the psych hospital we did something like this and it turned out to be a fun exercise. I ended up laughing at my frustrations/worries.

  2. What a great idea! Except I may newly worry that someone will find my worry box! Lovely blog and thanks for checking me out too…

  3. JackieP

    I should make me a worry box. I think it might help.

  4. Five Quick Minutes

    Beautiful idea. I like thinking “outside the box” with putting worries IN a box! Keep up the good work…

    Enjoy,
    Christian

  5. I believe I should try this….you have me thinking, and I got a gift card for my birthday….hmmmmm 🙂

  6. What a great feeling it must be to shut the box with all those worries inside. Does it keep them from slipping back out and back into your mind?

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