For anxiety sufferers such as myself, finding ways to identify triggers can be the first step in managing your mental and physical symptoms.
One technique that I still use to this day which enabled me to do this was journalling, sometimes it can be extremely difficult to deal with all of the thoughts going around in your head at over 100 miles per hour all at once, my journal became like a shoulder to cry on who asked nothing in return and never judged me no matter what.
You can read an earlier blog post about me own experience just here
I have since devised my own journal based on my personal experience, I wanted to offer my visitors the opportunity to try out this technique for themselves by offering a downloadable version free of charge.
There are various pages included within the download ranging from 30 day challenge sheets, symptom and habit checkers and daily journal pages.
Once downloaded, you can choose which ones you feel may be beneficial to you, some maybe not so much now but the download is your to keep should they become needed in the future.
If you would like a free copy, you can go up to my shop link tab and select ‘Digital products’ or you can follow this direct page link
Please feel free to leave a comment with your feedback and let me know if you have found the journal to be helpful, Happy writing!