Brain Dump

Worry Journal 


here’s how:

Thirty minutes (or more) before bed, do a brain dump. Write down your worries, fears, to-do’s and any troublesome experiences. If you like, add a column on the right side to note how you plan to deal with each concern.

Here’s Why:

Studies have shown that worry journaling reduces cortisol (stress hormone), alleviates anxiety, and diminishes PTSD symptoms. Just 15 minutes of journaling a day for four days can create benefits lasting up to eight months.