this is the first step
The first step to reducing the overwhelm.
A step along the road to better (or some!) boundaries with work.
One foot in front of the other, taking you towards a way of working that doesn’t leave you dreading it on a Sunday night.
This is a collection of stuff I’ve developed that can help.
Sound good? Brill. Read on chum.
Ready to get stuck in and want more support?
FREE guide to using a Mental Health Action Plan right now
Lots of us are being triggered by the current global situation, so I’ve put together this free guide to help you use the Mental Health Action Planning template to support yourself.
A Drop of Calm on Monday 23 March
I am finding my anxiety very hard to manage right now. I’m also really struggling to keep my mood anywhere near a place of equilibrium.
One thing that has helped me enormously is to use a simple framework to understand how my brain is feeling and reacting and what I need from myself and my work. I’ve used that to build a daily routine for myself that supports my mind.
Now I want to help you do the same.
A two-hour pre-recorded workshop and reflective journal to help you assess and reset your boundaries with work. You can work through this workshop at your own pace.
- walk you through what boundaries are
- help you assess which of yours aren’t making you feel good and which would have the biggest impact to change
- develop a plan to build some better boundaries – whether that’s with your phone, social media, your clients, boss, team or yourself
Your investment: £37
what people said about the Compass workshop
Four weeks of space
This is four weeks of intensive support for a small group of self-employed people.
We’ll work through the thoughts, thought patterns and practicalities that you need to allow you to work in a way that supports your mind AND lets you live the way you want to.
You don’t have to choose between your mental health, your life and your business. You can have both. Let’s figure out how.
I’ll also be releasing an ebook as an introduction, for those who aren’t quite ready to dive deep into this right now, but want to know where to start.
Reflective journaling guide
A free guide to help you reflect on your month/week/day and figure out:
- how you felt about it
- what felt good and what was hard
- how you want to feel next month
- and therefore, where to focus