Do you forget taking care of yourself while you are under pressure or stressed?

Have you already tried a few times to prioritise your self-care but failed?
You know your routine isn’t always healthy and helping in reducing your stress levels but you’re not sure what to do?

Do any of these sound familiar?

I get it.

What if you could have a reset button?

Imagine a second that Self-Care is your daily reset button
for your body, emotions, mind & spirit. A button that you could access any time, any moment you need to.

Self-care is necessary for your effectiveness and success in your professional and personal commitments.

The thing is though that there is no “one-size-fits-all” self-care plan, but there is a common thread to all self-care plans: making a commitment to attend all the domains of your life, including your physical and mental health, emotional and spiritual needs, and relationships.

My mission is to support you along the way.

This is very much what I had in mind when I created my Self-Care Toolkit.

Let me ask you this: do you believe in self-care? Do you believe that self-care is your best tool to reduce stress? Are you ready to create your own kick-ass plan?


To develop your self-care plan, you need to identify what you value and need as part of your day-to-day life (aka maintenance self-care) and the strategies you can employ when or if you face a crisis along the way (aka emergency self-care).

Here's what you'll get with my SELF -CARE TOOLKIT

The Self-Care Toolkit features a portfolio of worksheets, exercises & techniques to get you on the right self-care path, including: 

  • The Self-Care Contract
  • I’ve found that a pillar of changing any habit is cultivating the ability to keep promises to yourself. I’ll help you start strong … and stay motivated with a community to support you AND a conscious promise that you’ll make to yourself.
  • Lifestyle Assessment
  • Identify what you do now to manage stress in your life. This assessment will help you identify the coping strategies you currently use and whether they are likely to be good (or not so good) for your wellbeing.
  • Brainstorming Worksheet for Self-Care Activities
  • Make time to tweak or identify new activities that would work best for you in the different areas of your life for maintenance self-care or emergency self-care: body, mind, emotions, work, spirit, relationships.
  • Self-Care Weekly Planner
  • You’ve identified the core elements of your own Maintenance Self-Care. Implement your self-care schedule ahead of time, on a weekly basis. This will be a great support to your commitment.
  • Emergency Self-Care Worksheet
  • It is very hard to think of what to do for yourself when things get tough. It's best to have a plan ready for when you need it.
  • Monthly Reflection
  • Now that you know the core elements of your personal Self-Care Plan, the final step is to keep track of how you are doing. Keeping track of your progress will help you recognise your successes, identify and address any difficulties you may not have anticipated. 

The Self-Care Toolkit is for you if you are ready to invest in yourself and reduce stress in a sustainable way.

This is for you if...

  • You are ready to make sustainable changes
  • You want to reduce your stress levels
  • You want to create your own kick-ass plan

This is not for you if...

  • If adrenaline makes you thrive and that you're not ready yet to create healthier alternatives to this feeling
  • You're not ready to prioritise yourself right now
  • You don't believe self-care is a crucial tool to reduce your stress levels

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