Tiny Buddha's Worry Journal
A Creative Way to Let Go of Anxiety and Find Peace
A beautifully designed, inviting interactive journal to help you destress, reduce anxiety, and find peace from the founder of the popular online community Tiny Buddha, and author of Tiny Buddha’s 365 Tiny Love Challenges and Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal.
Filled with prompts, quotes, questions for reflection, and coloring and doodle pages, Tiny Buddha’s Worry Journal can help you feel calmer and cultivate a more mindful, peaceful spirit every day.
In addition to prompts, the journal features three recurring sections:
"Let It Go"—identify what is currently creating anxiety in your life and suggestions for working through it;
"Plan Ahead"—help to navigate particular situations and devise a plan to approach them in productive ways;
"Color and Draw Yourself Calm"—fifteen coloring pages and fifteen doodle pages carefully designed to inspire you to use your own creativity to soothe worries and focus on the moment.
Don’t let anxiety control you. Tiny Buddha’s Worry Journal lets you carve a little time for yourself every day, and gives you tools to help you improve your mood, focus on the present moment, and kindle your unique creativity.
HarperOne, 9780062849878, 272pp.
Publication Date: June 26, 2018
About the Author
Lori Deschene is the founder of Tiny Buddha, a self-help site that draws inspiration from thousands of contributors who share their stories and life lessons on the blog. She’s also the author of Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal, Tiny Buddha’s Worry Journal, the upcoming Tiny Buddha’s Inner Strength Journal, and more. She started the site after a decade struggling with depression, bulimia, and self-loathing because she wanted to recycle her pain into something useful for others, turn her former shame into pride, and enable others to do the same.
Lori identifies as many things—an introvert, a highly sensitive person, a dreamer, and a work-in-progress, to name a few. She loves traveling with her boyfriend, reading true crime books in the tub, playing with her sons, and planning all the adventures she dreams of one day sharing with them.