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She Put Her Worries In A Jar

She put her worries in a jar and headed out the door to lead a fearless life. – Queenisms™

She put her worries in a jar and headed out the door to lead a fearless life. – Queenisms™

Worry used to take up all of our spare time and left us no time for happiness or joy, not to mention that worrying never fixed anything!  We decided to take action and break this negative habit so we imagined putting all of our fears, one by one, into a jar and screwing the lid down tight.  Whenever we would start to worry we would say, “Nope, that’s in the jar.” It left our minds free to live the kind of life we had always wanted to live.  Also, with our worries in the jar, there was was plenty of room in our thoughts for solutions.  Give it a try and let us know how it works for you.

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6 Responses to “She Put Her Worries In A Jar”

  1. Kim says:

    Love this – as my uncle always says (and I’ve seen on Facebook by others!) worry never fixed anything. I call it worry a joy suck – as in sucks the joy out of any situation.

  2. Lisa Rose says:

    Oh My Gosh…am I going to use this !!
    The worry jar…and screw the top on tightly…

    when ever we would stop to worry we would say “nope that is in the jar”…

    I Love and Need this Idea…!!!!!!!!

  3. Lisa Rose says:

    Why do you keep the mirror hidden…?

    Just wondering…

  4. Stephanie says:

    THIS is greatness! I wanted to give this sign to two people today!

  5. cindy says:

    Thank you for helping us spread a little joy today Queen Stephanie!

  6. cindy says:

    It’s so true, Queen Kim. Worry is so different than strategy, action, compassion or simply moving on. Worry keeps us stuck and weighed down in the problem without any hope of resolution.

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