Stop worrying about what your life is supposed to look like and figure out what you actually need.

At this moment, you either have a million thoughts swimming around in your head telling you what you need to change about your life or you have this gnawing feeling that something needs to change but don’t even know where to start.

Either way, your brain is keeping you frozen in place and you worry you’ll never figure out how to move forward. I mean, what do you even want??

I get it. My brain does that, too!

It’s a whirlwind of noise and can be very difficult to sort out by myself. I’m just swimming in a sea of anxiety - no matter how much I journal or call my mom!


Before sorting through all of the noise, it makes sense that you:

  • Feel internal pressure to make a change (but what? which? how?)

  • Can’t figure out which thoughts are yours and which are “shoulds” that you’re getting from other people

  • Don’t want to take any leaps (like investing money, time, or energy) before knowing exactly what you want your life to look like

  • Are tired of thinking in circles


You could spend years in this mental trap knowing that something isn’t right but not being able to do anything about it.

Or you could let someone guide you through the questions and exercises that will help you figure it out so you can start to move forward.


This free workbook includes everything you need to get started. Through targeted questions and reflection exercises, you will:

  • Look at which needs aren’t getting addressed in your daily life.

  • Think about what’s missing for you to be able to make the change you want to see.

  • Envision the ideal life that you want

  • Set goals to help you get there

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Gabriella Feingold helps people who have built their lives around taking care of others 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.