“Find out where joy resides, and give it a voice far beyond singing. For to miss the joy is to miss all.” ~Robert Louis Stevenson
If you’re on facebook, remember you can visit and follow my Joy Connections page for little reminders and prompts about connecting with joy.
Because of years and years (and years) living with anxiety and trying all sorts of things to help, I have a toolkit of calming techniques. I’m always on the lookout for more things that help, and I add to my metaphorical kit whenever I discover something that works for me.
There are times when one technique or tool works better for me than the others. And there are times when something that usually works wonderfully simply won’t do the trick in a particular moment.
That’s why it’s important to have a variety of these tools and techniques, like a buffet we can survey, picking the best-for-us thing at the time.
I’ve compiled ten of my favorite calming techniques into a downloadable and printable pdf for you to have if you wish. As with the other freebies here on my blog, there’s no charge, no need to sign up for anything – simply download the file (and print if you’d like).
You can find the pdf, 10 Terrific Tips for Calming, here.
Wishing you calm.
Time for another free printable!
Do you have a mountain in your life? A challenge or problem that seems stubborn and difficult to shift? This freebie download printable is for you.
As with the other printables here on the blog, there’s no charge and nothing to sign up for – just download and print as you wish.
The files include one pdf file (you can set the size when you print), as well as jpg files for sizes 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10. These are high quality, 300dpi, suitable for printing to frame, or put on a bulletin board, or use in an art journal – or just have somewhere for encouragement or motivation: SPEAK TO YOUR MOUNTAIN
Get the pdf file here.
The 4×6 jpg file is here.
The 5×7 jpg file is here.
The 8×10 jpg file is here.
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