The No Worries Workbook: 124 Lists, Activities, and Prompts to Get Out of Your Head—and On with Your Life! (Paperback)
Cope with your day-to-day worries in fun, productive, and healthy ways with this creative and interactive guidebook to worrying less.
From global warming to FOMO (fear of missing out) and social anxiety to Instagram envy, we all have a lot to worry about, both now and in the future. Worry and stress can feel overwhelming and affect many parts of our daily lives, but most problems can be dealt with in small, bite-sized, and even playful ways. These prompts make battling worry more approachable.
The No Worries Workbook guides you through fun and creative coping exercises that you can do whenever you start to feel the worry take over. Worry can come in different shapes and sizes and this book of 124 lists, activities, and prompts combats that with varied and fun techniques such as writing a break-up letter to your worry, rearranging your room, or drawing. Doing a little at a time can help you get through each day with less worry and more productivity. Setting small goals, keeping track of your everyday accomplishments, making personal aromatherapy tools, and doodling, are all activities that can help you breathe and sleep easier—and ultimately worry less.
This friendly, fun take on different stress-free activities will help you manage your worries and allows you to be mindful of all the positives in your day-to-day life. With creative activities, quotes, journal prompts, and light cognitive exercises, you’ll have all the tips and tricks you need to stop the chronic worrying and start enjoying life.
About the Author
Molly Burford writes about relationships, emotional intelligence, and authentic living. Her writing has appeared in Allure, Teen Vogue, and Thought Catalog, among others. She is the author of The No Worries Workbook; Say Yes to Yourself; and DIY Bucket List. Molly was born, raised, and still resides in Detroit, Michigan. Follow Molly at @MollyBurford and learn more at MollyBurford.com.
“A good get.”
“A great option.”
—Modern Woman Magazine
“This anxiety-busting guide is full of fun and creative coping exercises to help you chop worries into bitesize pieces.”
—The Mail on Sunday