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Journaling to improve focus

A study found that journaling is a valuable tool for managing stress and anxiety. Journaling diminishes avoidant thoughts about negative events and may free the mind up for other mental activities.

If you feel anxious about something in your life, it is more helpful to befriend it than avoid it. Journaling about the discomfort can help keep it in check.

Every morning, write about your internal triggers and frustration. Exploring your negative feelings with curiosity can help to give you peace of mind.


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Always appreciate the time you get, because you never know how much longer it`ll last.

When something is weighing on your mind, taking a minute to write it down can help you to stay focused throughout the day.

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