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SELF-CARE FOR SPOONIES!
Have you every heard the saying you can’t pour from an empty cup? Great self-care practices help to refuel you so that your cup never gets empty again and when it needs a little top up you know exactly what to do…
Your ultimate 10 minute self-care guide comes with a handy checklist. It’s about understanding that self-care is about far more than having a bubble bath and lighting a scented candle (although those things are nice!)
It covers why it is essential to plan self-care into your routine if you have a chronic illness or are caring for someone who does. The handy self-care checklist will get you started right away with great self-care practices that support your physical and mental health!
Sarah has been a warm, friendly, and incredible support to me especially as I returned to work full-time after a long period of illness. She allowed me to see where I needed to take a step back and re-evaluate my goals and values, and breathe when I started feeling overwhelmed. It was perfect timing for this new transition. She really has a multitude of techniques and I totally recommend her insight.
Can honestly say that I am so, so grateful for your guidance, help, knowledge and understanding. I really believe I’d have been in the mists of despair if it wasn’t for everything I’ve gained from knowing you. I’ve handed teachers sheets of information written by you, I’ve empowered myself to fight for what my children need, after reading how you have fought the system and fought for your children’s rights. Never underestimate the power of what you have and done and continue to do for others. Xxx
I have found working with Sarah very helpful to manage pacing. It has impacted my life in so many ways, I now realise that I am as important as everyone else in my life. This change in mindset has freed me up and given me more time energy for everyone, including myself. The relaxation at the end of our sessions was particularly beneficial as because of my personality type I find it particularly hard to relax, I don’t know what she did, but it worked.