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  1. Oh these are all so good! And so appropriate this time of year! It can be really stressful and we need the reminder to relax!

    1. Thanks so much, Laura, glad these were helpful!

    1. Yes, those are good ones! Thanks for stopping by, Kathrine.

    1. That is such a powerful one; all of these fears are future-focussed, so being in the present is important to remember! So glad that this was helpful Shauna, take care.

  2. These are all so good! I tend to immediately get stressed out before I’ve even taken the time to process things. I love One of the Best Lessons You Can Learn is to Master How to Remain Calm. And of course, the last one stressed spelled backwards is desserts!

    Jill – Doused in Pink

    1. I hear you, Jill. That’s why I wanted to share these because I tend to react too quickly also. Yes, I love that one, and I’m working on mastering being calmer. The desserts one makes me smile:)

  3. This couldn’t come at a better time for me… and I love the one that says to release it, we can’t control it anyway! So true!


    1. I’m so glad to hear this, Carrie and I hope this will help. It’s so true we have no control over many things, so releasing it helps lower our stress levels. Take care of yourself.

  4. Love these! I try to remind myself to focus on one thing at a time when I feel overwhelm creeping in.

    1. Thanks, Jaclyn! That’s an important thing to do when we start feeling stressed or overwhelmed. Often we are trying to juggle too many things at once.

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