Do you remember the last time you worried needlessly? The next time you start ruminating, pick up a pencil and follow these steps: (1) Jot down what's on your mind.
(2) List a few things that you can do to address your worries. If the situation is truly out of your control, it can be a relief just to acknowledge it.
(3) Later, look back your worries and evaluate them in hindsight.
Each page has two tear-off tabs so that you can "tag" the subject as "Worth My Worry" or "NOT Worth My Worry." You'll be shocked to see how often things aren't as worry-worthy as they seem. No Worries is also filled with inspiring quotes and ideas about conquering worries, all set in a bold and empowering design. The package is uplifting, giftable, and holds the promise of lightening your load. Worrying comes naturally to journaling as a topic, but this journal offers a way to redirect your thinking and move on to a more positive place.
Robie Rogge was the publisher of gift books and stationery items at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for more than 40 years and is currently a packager who has published unique projects with Chronicle Books, Potter Style, Quarto, and the Museum of Modern Art. Her previously published guided journal with Dian Smith, Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You.