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Are you feeling down? Here are easy lists to make to help you be more positive! Go to www.HelloPeacefulMind.com to download the FREE workbook!

One of the best ways for me to deal with stress is to write. When I write, I change my line of thoughts. For example, when I write fiction I simply imagine new scenarios in my head, whereas when I write in my journal I focus on the positive and go from one memory to another.

Lately, I have also been doing a lot of writing and thinking about myself thanks to the summer activity book: M.O.I, mon cahier d’écriture-thérapie: Ecrire pour soi, écrire sur soi – Cahier de vacances. Sorry, it’s only available in French.

These small writing exercises make me feel good and help me to relax, especially after a stressful day.

It inspired me to create an exercise for you to use when you are feeling down.

In this article, you will find a list of 56 lists to make when you are feeling stressed or depressed. They will help you focus on the positives in your life and dream of a better future!

Download your free workbook to make lists to change your mind and be more positive!

You

  1. Favorite memories
  2. Your best qualities
  3. Best days you’ve lived
  4. Compliments you’ve received
  5. What you like the most about yourself
  6. Your most precious possessions
  7. Bucket list of things to do
  8. Things that make you happy
  9. Positive adjectives to describe yourself
  10. Your values
  11. Favorite ways to relax
  12. Fun things to do at home

Your People

  1. People you love
  2. People loving you
  3. How you met your favorite people
  4. People you would like to meet
  5. What you like to do with your friends
  6. What you like to do with your family
  7. People you would like to reconnect with
  8. Things you would like to do with your friends & family
  9. People who inspire you
  10. Every friend you ever made
  11. People who have positively influenced you
  12. Gift ideas for your favorite people
  13. Everything you love about your partner
  14. People you want to send a thank you note to
  15. Date night ideas

Your Accomplishments

  1. Things that you are grateful for
  2. Things you are proud of
  3. The scariest things you’ve done
  4. Dreams that became reality
  5. Biggest accomplishments
  6. Ways to celebrate your wins
  7. All the things you are good at

Your Dreams

  1. Life goals
  2. Countries you would like to visit
  3. Things you would like to do
  4. Stories you would like to write about
  5. Adventures you would like to live
  6. Dreams for the future
  7. Where you would like to live
  8. What you will be doing in the next few years
  9. Things you would like to get
  10. Skills you would like to learn
  11. Wish list

Your Favorite Things

  1. Favorite songs
  2. Funniest jokes
  3. Favorite movies
  4. Favorite TV shows
  5. Favorite books
  6. Favorite places
  7. Favorite food
  8. Favorite restaurants
  9. Favorite parks in town
  10. Favorite quotes
  11. Favorite podcasts

Download the FREE workbook to make positive lists when you feel overwhelmed. Go to www.HelloPeacefulMind.com to get the workbook!

Further Reading

Over To You

What do you do when you feel stressed out?

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56 Lists To Make When You Are Feeling Down + Workbook
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Are you feeling down? Here are easy lists to make to help you be more positive! Go to www.HelloPeacefulMind.com to download the FREE workbook!
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Julie

Julie was diagnosed with anxiety and depression during the summer of 2016 and has since helped hundreds of people fight these mental illnesses and become happier. Read Julie’s inspiring story, “My Journey Into Acknowledging The Depression.” Feel free to send a message to Julie here.

9 thoughts on “56 Lists To Make When You Are Feeling Down”

    1. Hi Regan, I just checked and it looks like you have received it yesterday. The email with the link to download the workbook was probably delayed. Let me know if you still have any issues!

      And I hope you enjoy the workbook!!

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