Stay Safe Stay Home Self-Care Guide

Every month my Narwhal and Pegasus Tier Patreons get four worksheets as part of their rewards. This month, I decided to create a 19-page mini-guide that focuses on self-care and mental health during this time called Stay Safe Stay Home Self-Care Guide.  Here’s what’s inside:– Self-Care for Bad Mental Health Days– Self-Care for Anxiety– Things to Do While You’re At Home– Essential Workers Worksheet– Activity Ideas– Make Your Own Playlists– Daily Self-Care Tracker– Daily Habit Tracker– Staying Connected Worksheet– Struggles Checklist– Daily Check-In– After Plan Stay Safe. Stay Home. Self-Care Guide. is exclusive to my Patreons and you can find it there right now. If you’re unfamiliar with Patreon it’s a way to support creators with a monthly fee in exchange for rewards throughout the month. You can also cancel at any time. Sign up here! We’re living in such uncertain times and Covid-19 is on all of our minds, even when we try our best to push…

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Anxiety Challenge and an Ultimate Anxiety Guide

Good morning you lovely beings. I’ve been deep into my anxiety work lately. It’s been an anxious period for me the last few months and I’ve really no idea why, so what does that mean? It’s time to go back to the basics and I’ve got a free anxiety challenge for you! Anxiety disorder is a funny thing with many aspects and it effects different people differently. Sometimes I am anxious for no reason, which means I need to focus on reorganizing my life, making sure that I’m making enough time for sleep, relaxation, and self-care. Other times I am anxious about something specific and that requires more mental maneuvering like positive self-talk and reassuring. And don’t forget to check out my anxiety workbook, Breathe. 30 Day Anxiety Challenge This challenge actually appears in my Anxiety Workbook but I’m really proud of it so I wanted to share it here…

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Self-Care Battery: Recharge Yours!

In the Self-Love Workbook, I talk a lot about self-care and recharging. But how do you know what and how to recharge? Let’s have a little chat about your self-care battery. Have you ever heard of the “Spoon Theory“? It’s a way to describe how people with chronic illness have a limited amount of energy. Every day they are allotted a certain number of “spoons”. Every activity costs a certain number of spoons. Getting out of bed may be two spoons, cooking breakfast is one, showering is two, doing chores is three, while going to work is four, and going out to lunch with friends is also four. For anyone who isn’t familiar with CFS (also called M.E.), Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus, or other diseases that causes extreme exhaustion and fatigue – that might not seem bad. Now imagine that you only get six spoons a day? You can get out of…

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Winter To-Do List & Free December Self-Love Workbook Pages

Download and print your free self-love workbook pages for the month of December. These pages are free and perfect for holiday planning.

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