Worry is a Choice
Worry negatively impacts life. It can disrupt sleep, cause headaches, lead to muscle tension, nausea, irritability, difficulty concentrating and making decisions. Since worry is a choice, perhaps it's time to let it go.
Habits of People Who Don't Worry
While everyone worries sometimes, those who only do it for the most stressful situations have some things in common. If you know what they are, it can help you break the habit. The four highly effective habits of people who don't worry are:
Nobody is born with these habits. They are developed through practice. This means you can do this too.
Until you develop those habits, the main things to remember are, if it's not within your control, let it go.
If it is within your control, ask yourself if this is really going to matter much fifty years from now. It will give you perspective. Use that perspective to move forward in the way that makes the most sense. Once the issue is behind you, let it go.