Monkey Mind & Anxiety
Daily Planner Tool
It seems simple, but when I’m having a panic attack about everything I need to do, it calms me down and helps me break down my day. In the first box, I usually remind myself to respond to all emails, getting the most stressful part of my day over with. In the afternoon, I typically remind myself to eat lunch. Otherwise, I’ll work right through lunch. It varies from day to day, but I know that when I use the app to break down my days, I’ll avoid monkey mind and get more done!
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August Blair is the blogger behind Writers With Mental Illness. She is a freelance writer and student. She is passionate about writing and psychology. She studies at The University of North Georgia. You can find her writing online and in print. Connect with her on Instagram and Goodreads.
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