The idea for My Peaceful Mind came to me twenty years ago while going through some trying times. I craved a way to externalize and process my emotions on my own time.

I began jotting down notes and stowing them away in my briefcase. I took that case everywhere. As it got heavier, it occurred to me: My anxieties are literally weighing me down

It was then I built my first My Peaceful Mind box – safely placing the tokens of my worries within. I soon felt a sense of peace. I hadn’t abandoned my troubles. I was allowing myself a needed respite from carrying the emotional burden they caused.

You, too, can discover that feeling of inner peace. Use My Peaceful Mind to store writings and objects that represent your worries. From time to time, evaluate what feelings are worth holding onto or letting go. Then tuck the box away for another day.