Remember that time when you worried, and it was really helpful?
Nah. Me either.
Here’s a mic drop of a quote by Eckhart Tolle: “Worry pretends to be necessary, but it serves no useful purpose.”
And yet we can worry ourselves into a tizzy on a regular basis.
If you want to cut that out already – and who doesn’t? – this episode is for you, my friend.
Meet Gabrielle Treanor, positive psychology researcher, designer and former worrywart. When she’s not walking her seriously adorable dog or baking spelt bread, she’s creating beautiful online courses that help people worry less and thrive more.
In today’s episode, we talk about:
- Three levels of worrying
- Gabrielle’s personal experience with worry and anxiety (and how she’s learned to thrive)
- Ways to use simple daily practices as mindful moments
- Gratitude as an anti-anxiety practice
- Her Intentional Mornings, and why you might consider this concept too
- Mantras and affirmations (and how we can use them)
Please enjoy my conversation with Gabrielle Treanor.
Quotes by Gabrielle:
“To me, thriving means living your life as best as you can.”
“A lot of the things that I find beneficial take you out of your head – because worriers spend a lot of time in their heads, and they don’t notice what is going on with themselves, or the rest of the world.”
“Treat yourself like you would treat your best friend.”