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How scheduling ‘worry time’ helps alleviate stress

by The 100 Companies

Have you ever been sitting in a work meeting, at dinner with a friend or, even worse, trying to relax on vacation and then suddenly, and quite innocently, you begin stressing about the future — big work projects, personal life matters or other items on your to-do list?

In one moment, you have distracted yourself.

Next time this happens — think about your day or week ahead and schedule a few minutes where you can have ‘worry time.’ You will notice how you instantly become relieved because you know you have time later to focus on whatever may be stressing you out.

Carolyn Taylor, Jones PR

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