Trying to add self-care into your life without the right underlying foundations traps you in a cycle of self-care defeat.
are You stuck in one of these traps?
Self-care feels like a chore and you just don't have the willpower to do it
You can't even find 10 minute to yourself, much less 30 minutes for exercise or relaxation
You already do the typical self-care recommendations (going for a run, taking a bubble bath, cooking dinner) but still feel like self-care isn't enough a part of your life
You're not willing to sacrifice other commitments that are important to you in order to add in self-care (and rightfully so)!
You could spend all of your energy trying to create a more intentional, healthy life for yourself and still feel like you aren't getting anywhere.
Instead, I want to help you build the underlying habits that need to be in place before you add new self-care practices into your life, so that when you do, they are the right practices for you and they will stick around long enough for you to feel their benefit.
In this free Quick Guide to Getting Self-Care to Stick, you will:
Find out what you need in order to get self-care to stick
Learn how to “come home to yourself” and why it's so important
Get a pre-made daily practice to help you get started!
Be prepared with next steps on the self-care journey
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Gabriella Feingold helps women who have built their lives around taking care of other people to take care of themselves. She shows them how to sort through the noise of their competing priorities to figure out what is important to them, how to have a healthier relationship with time and time management, and how to stop feeling guilty so they can finally create the intentional life they deserve. Gabriella has been working in interpersonal relations and personal development since 2011, using applied theatre, facilitation, and life coaching to help thoughtful and compassionate people make change in their lives. She lives in White Plains, NY with her husband, Louis, and thrives on performing in community theatre, creating amateur pottery, and jumping ocean waves. Read more about Coaching with Gabriella here.