The following simple gifts were designed to help you show up fully to your imperfect & beautiful life – with purpose, wholeness & JOY. You can access these resources immediately. 🧡
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You’re imperfect. Life is messy. Show up anyway. I’ll help you figure out how. xo
1. Self-Compassion Worksheet Set
This worksheet set is a tiny taste test of the worksheets and themes you’ll find in my Show up Afraid course. Put into regular use, they’ll help you put down deeper roots of self-awareness & self-acceptance, practice gratitude and self-care, examine and shift your thoughts for a healthy stress mindset, and do some emotional decluttering. These intentional practices may seem really simple at first glance – but I’ve witnessed their power to help women like myself quiet the noise of perfectionism, comparison, and fear so they can begin showing up fully – with joy and “on purpose” – to their lives.
2. 30 Days to CALM Mini-Course
Sometimes what we need is time to rest and regroup. Time to get honest about what is and is not working in our current lives. A chance to actually decide who and how we want to be for the next season of life… and maybe permission to begin taking self-care seriously.
30 days is not enough time for a complete life overhaul but it is enough time to set some new positive habits in place, to learn new skills, and to gain clarity around how you want to feel and behave and what you want your life to look like. 30 days is a perfect amount of time to jumpstart you to living with greater calm, clarity, and confidence.
The CALM mini-course will take you through topics like—
• Living with purpose (getting clear on who & how you want to be)
• Mood Balancing Nutrition
• Clearing clutter & unhealthy habits
• Stress reducing practices
3. Live on Purpose Challenge
Over the course of one month, I offer 31 habits, one day at a time, to help you ditch distraction and live more intentionally.
Each day of the Live on Purpose Challenge I present the new habit (fairly briefly) – certain habits will require a little work or thought to personalize and implement. Some days I offer optional, additional resource suggestions that speak to the habit in question. These include links to articles, podcasts, videos or book recommendations. And each habit ends with a prompt for journaling or reflection; for best results, please do not skip the journaling or reflection process.
To truly experience positive change, you will need to write down and track your new habits. I have included a printable 7-day tracking calendar you can use unless you want to track in your current bullet journal or agenda.
4. The Brain Download Worksheet
Get all the swirling thoughts out of your head and heart onto this worksheet then triage them into what is not yours to carry, what you do truly want or need to act on, and what you’re ready to postpone or let go of. A favourite worksheet amongst my students.
5. Declutter Your Life
Get clear on how you’ll feel if you let go of some clutter, and use this printable for a 100-item decluttering challenge.
6. We Progress in What We Track
Choose up to 5 habits to track for 5 weeks with this printable.
7. Boost Your Mood
This article reviews some of the many links between inflammation and mental health then discusses t some exciting research into natural approaches – things like foods, nutrients, and lifestyle upgrades – and how these are related to better mental health.
8. Reading List Trackers
Track your reading and/or Anti-Racism Learning this year with these printables, available in two different styles.
9. Everyday Courage Workbook
In The Gifts of Imperfection, Brené Brown writes “Heroics is often about putting our life on the line. Ordinary courage is about putting our vulnerability on the line. In today’s world, that’s pretty extraordinary.” Explore 6 different types of courage using the reflection questions presented in this workbook. Identify the one or two types you MOST want to access in this season of your life.
10. Making Space Mini-Course
A 3-4 week invitation to help you explore topics like liminal space, letting go of what was or what no longer serves to step into greater freedom, belonging, decluttering physical and emotional clutter, and going deeper not wider. It includes related worksheet(s), recorded videos and an interview that speak to the topic and offer additional guidance and encouragement so that you can continue building a life of purpose, health, and joy.