7 Ways To Stop Fretting About The Future Now

7 Ways To Stop Fretting About The Future Now

If you’re going through hard times, here’s how to stop fretting about the future – so you can enjoy life more – now!

Do you find yourself constantly worrying about what the future holds?

Many people feel like this at one point or another.

But if you find that it’s a regular thing for you, it’s time to do something about it.

Chronic stress and worry can have a huge negative impact on your physical and mental health. You might find you lose your appetite, your sleep suffers, and you even lose hair.

As you might know, I am a recovered anxiety sufferer who wrote a bestselling meditation guide called Instant Calm and founded the popular video course called The Anxiety Cure.

I personally know what it’s like to feel stressed about the future. Thankfully I also know how to tap into the superpower of calm – even during challenging times.

I’m committed to helping people to live calmer lives  – which is why I decided to put together this article to help you to stop fretting about the future.

7 Ways To Stop Fretting About The Future Now

Making sure you’re taking care of your mind is so important. While we can’t always predict the exact way things will pan out, there are a few things you can do to stop fretting about the future as much. 

stop fretting about the future1. Work On Living In The Present Moment 

We worry whenever we live in the past or future – either about moments that have happened – or about moments yet to happen.

We spend so much time living in any other time but now.

Living in the present moment ensures we can enjoy our lives and the people in it now.

By living in the present, we can tap into full appreciation for what we have.

Living in the present helps us to feel more connected to the people around us, and feel happier.

So stop fretting about the future! Instead, realize that the present moment is all you really have – and do your best to stay in it. 

stop fretting about the future2. Create Your Own Future 

While you can’t control everything in your life, you can work on co-creating your own future.

What do you want your future to look like?

Where do you want to be, what do you want to be doing, and who do you want it to be with?

You can create your own future by getting specific about what you want, and then trying the following things:

3. Enjoy The Little Things

Enjoy the little things in your life.

Whether it’s a nice candle or a short conversation with a friend, make the most of them.

Find things to love and enjoy every day, no matter how small. 

gratitude keeps you from worrying about the future4. Be Grateful For What You Have 

List things you’re grateful for every single day.

When you find things to be grateful for, you tend to attract even more things to be grateful for!

So stop fretting about the future, and instead start journaling about all the many things you should be grateful about.

Check out my Listen to Your Heart Journal – which offers helpful thought-provoking writing prompts – to inspire appreciation and gratitude.

5. Take Steps To Safeguard Your Future

Take positive steps to safeguard your future. Look after your body and mind in ways you enjoy, and put some money away if you can. Get insurance cover to protect various aspects of your life and have peace of mind. 

6. Let Go Of Your Limiting Beliefs 

Figure out what your limiting beliefs are. Everyone has limiting beliefs to a degree, and they hold us back. When you know what yours are, you can work on debunking them and letting them go. 

small steps to happier future7. Take Baby Steps 

Figure out what you can actually control, and then take baby steps to where you want to be.

Break huge goals down into tiny baby steps and you’ll achieve them eventually.

There’s no point worrying yourself sick about things you have no control over, so do your best to remember that.

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