Day 2649: Don’t worry about it

Yesterday, when I was worried, I consulted something I have posted on my door at work.

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Someone has an opinion about you?  Don’t worry about it.

Do you have trouble deciding what’s best, as suggested in the lower left corner of that flowchart? Don’t worry about it.

Do I have other photos to share today?  Don’t worry about it.

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Here‘s Madcon‘s “Don’t Worry” feat. Ray Dalton:

Never heard of Madcon before? Don’t worry about it.  That video has over 134 million views on YouTube.

Not sure what to say in a comment?  Don’t worry about it.

Wondering if I have new ways to thank all of you?  Don’t worry about it.

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23 thoughts on “Day 2649: Don’t worry about it

  1. Worry-free Wednesday it shall be, Ann.

  2. I love the big bitch one and with every day of age, I have let more worry go.

  3. I found your flow chart intriguing and laughed out loud at the little bitch quip. A good way to start the day. Thank you.

  4. puella33

    The teabag citation is hopeful. Have a nice day, Ann.

  5. Thank you! I needed a smile today and your ‘Dumpty’ photo did it for me. Laughter banishes all sorts of worries.

  6. Looking at that flow chart I think about all the opinions I have about myself, and how I probably should stop worrying so much about them.

  7. Will worrying have any positive effect?
    NO.
    Don’t worry

  8. Well, I like that protocol. I’ll try to stop worrying today.

  9. We often worry about stuff we can’t control which is pointless

  10. You have such fun posts that you’ll never need to worry about having lots of visitors to your blog, Ann!

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  13. Don’t worry is more like ‘be resilient’. Observation is key.

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