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What Me Worry? (About An Hour A Day)

Are you a worry wart?  Many of us seem to handle the big stuff, but the little stuff really gets under our skin, and we spend too much time worrying about it.

By: Orlando Hulton Archive, Getty Images

“Most people do sweat the small stuff, worrying an average of an hour a day over seven things, says a new survey. Although money and health seem to be our major concerns, we also spend a lot of time fretting about trivial things, such as going gray, wondering if we locked up the house, etc.  According to a researcher:  “It’s important not to let worries get in the way of enjoying life.” (National Examiner)

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