Wouldn’t it be great to have a week-long solo vacation right now to destress? One that’s free from ALL of your responsibilities?
You might say “YEEEEEESSSSS! But….
I don’t have the time, money, energy, childcare, [ insert adult responsibility here ].!”
I hear you.
You want to destress NOW and your resources are scarce. (While you save up for that solo vacay.)
Because let’s face it: our lives are filled with stress. And even people with strong self-care practices can feel overwhelmed with accrued stress, high expectations and a cascade of disorganized thoughts.
When we combine stress with a deep state of exhaustion, and, well – it’s what I see with most of my clients.
If the past few years have taught us anything, it is that the world WILL change around us. And I personally have learned that, no matter what, I MUST take care of myself if I am to be the person, mother, partner, friend and coach that I want to be.
That’s why I created a juicy new free gift just for you:
How To Give Yourself a Mini-Retreat.
A mini-retreat might be a peaceful respite from your daily routine. Or, this might be a revolutionary experience to take a pause and do something just for you!
Here are 3 steps to create a mini-retreat that serves your heart, body, mind and soul.
I’ll be honest: taking time for yourself isn’t always easy. (If it was you wouldn’t be reading this!) But, with a little bit of planning, the right mindset, and some ingenuity, you CAN create a mini-retreat for yourself to help you relax and recover from burnout.
I’ll show you how.
“In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion”
– Albert Camus