When You Don’t Value Yourself You Can Burn Out

Oprah once wrote, “Value yourself more.”

And the best way to do so? Take specific action to help yourself feel more valued. 

I know it’s easier said than done. But the alternative – not valuing yourself enough – can lead to burnout; something no one wants for themselves.

Let me explain.

When you don’t take time for yourself each day; when you prioritize others’ well-being over your own, you’re not valuing yourself. You often end up not giving your body the attention and care it needs. You feel stressed and overwhelmed. You’re forgetful, and have difficulty focusing on or completing even the simplest tasks.

Plus, with all that stress, you can kiss a good night’s sleep goodbye. 

Overwhelm; stress; poor sleep; forgetfulness; lack of focus; neglect of physical self-care: these are all signs of burnout.

And it can creep up on you almost before you realize what’s happening.

How You Can Devalue Yourself Without Even Realizing It

A few years ago, I had a self-care routine that was working great for me. I was healthy, happy,  nourished and nurtured physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Then little by little, I let the demands of work erode my self-care until I had stopped scheduling “me” time and began to put work ahead of my own needs. I didn’t value myself enough to be my own priority – even though I knew better. 

The slow but steady erosion of caring for myself was all it took for me to go off balance then burn out. Likewise, if you don’t guard your own “me” time, it could easily disappear, putting you on the path to burnout.

When You Question Your Worthiness

As I mentioned above, there are substantial costs of not valuing yourself. If you’re already dealing with or feeling the costs such as overwhelm, sleeping poorly, and not enjoying yourself, you may never actually create all that you desire. Then you end up wondering, why aren’t I getting what I want?

Well, how can you expect to get all that you’re asking for if on some level, you’re questioning your worthiness? When you don’t value yourself, you continue to hit glass ceilings with income, intimacy, and your overall ability to influence your entire life. 

How Much Do You Value Yourself Right Now?

Here’s a simple, quick exercise you can do as an assessment of how much you currently value yourself. 

First, on a scale of 0-10, rate how much you feel that you value yourself. Valuing yourself includes such activities as eating nourishing food, taking time for a walk in your favorite place, or meditating or other spiritual practice. 

0: Not at all, never

5: Sometimes

10: All the time, always

Know that there is no right or wrong, good or bad answer. This number gives you a baseline  – a snapshot of where you are at this moment. 

Second, take a few minutes to hone in and get specific about where not valuing yourself shows up in your life. In your relationships? Career? Your physical health; food choices; financial health; with your family? 

Acknowledging your current state, without judgment, is the first step to valuing yourself more. 

The good news? You have the power to change your situation!

The Benefits Of Valuing Yourself

Let me lay out the benefits of valuing yourself and how that ties into balance and the deepening of self-love:

Your self-care practice is the demonstration of self-love. Then, the impact your practice has is that as you’re loving yourself, and as you’re valuing yourself, everything around you begins to change.

You begin to feel more relaxed and confident, knowing you’re tending to your most important priorities. You’re more energized, clear, and focused. You feel calmer and more peaceful.

Instead of being a stressed-out insomniac, you sleep like a baby and wake up rested. You’re happy, inspired by, and passionate about your life. 

Best of all, you’re able to create more of what you desire!

For instance, you may actually begin to experience more intimacy with your romantic partner because you’re valuing yourself; that is, you’re being more intimate with yourself, leading you to more intimacy with your partner. 

Because you’re taking time to love yourself, you’re resonating at a higher vibration. You’re more easily able to attract a soulmate (if you’re looking for one); or new clients, business opportunities, and just good things in general. All this is possible when you take the time and make the commitment to value yourself.

Keep reading; there’s more!

How Much Would You Like To Value Yourself?

Remember that scale from the exercise above? 

Now, think about where you would like to be on the same scale in 90 days. How much more would you like to value yourself?

Here it is again:

0: Not at all, never

5: Sometimes

10: All the time, always

I ask you to set this target with a number so you have something to aim for. By setting a target like this along with acknowledging where you are now, you bring “value myself more”  into your conscious, daily awareness. This helps you prioritize your time and commitment to truly create the change you want. 

To start, I recommend setting aside 15 minutes each day for your self-care practice. Put the 15 minutes into your calendar and treat it as sacrosanct. The best way to show yourself and those around you that you are serious about valuing yourself is to honor the 15 minutes of self-care. Be like a fierce mama bear – nobody can take this special sacred time away from you! 

“If you talk about it, it’s a dream. If you envision it, it’s possible. But if you schedule it, it’s real.” – Tony Robbins

To help you, I’ve put together a list of 23 of My Favorite Self-Care Activities That Take Less Than 15 Minutes – simply sign up here to receive it right away. I don’t want you to be stuck in trying to create a self-care practice and delaying your “me” time. I’m here for you!


A Gratitude Practice Can Help You Recover From Burnout

“The single greatest thing you can do to change your life today would be to start being grateful for what you have right now. And the more grateful you are, the more you get.” – Oprah Winfrey

What are you grateful for?

When Oprah says the more grateful you are, the more you get, she’s right. And that includes more healing to help you recover from burnout.

I know what you’re thinking…

“Can practicing gratitude really help me get over being burned out?”

Truth is: yes, it can.

The organization Workplace Strategies For Mental Health cites numerous cases of people whose burnout recovery has been supported by writing daily in a gratitude journal to help them refocus their mind on the positive aspects of their life.

And digging deeper into the research uncovers some undeniable facts. Let’s take a look.

The Scientifically-Supported Benefits Of Gratitude

Two psychologists, Dr. Robert A. Emmons of the University of California–Davis, and Dr. Michael E. McCullough of the University of Miami, have done much of the research on gratitude. A number of years ago they published an article, “Counting Blessings Versus Burdens: An Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life,” about an experiment they conducted on gratitude and its impact on well-being. 

They followed several hundred people who were split into three groups and asked to keep daily diaries, as follows: 

Group 1 – note events that occurred during the day without being told specifically to write about either good or bad things; 

Group 2 – record their unpleasant experiences; and

Group 3 – make a daily list of things for which they felt grateful.

You’ll be astonished at the results.

Daily gratitude exercises resulted in higher reported levels of:

  • Alertness, 
  • Enthusiasm, 
  • Determination, 
  • Optimism, and 
  • Energy. 

In addition, those in the gratitude group:

  • experienced less depression and stress, 
  • were more likely to help others, 
  • exercised more regularly, and 
  • made greater progress toward achieving personal goals.

These are all characteristics that will help you recover from – and prevent a recurrence of – burnout. And for ongoing support, click here to join my online community to receive weekly tips and advice.

What I’d Forgotten When I Was Burned Out

Several years ago, I found myself in full-blown burnout. I became so focused on trying to do too much that I stopped allotting time to my many feel-good practices, including feeling gratitude for all the blessings in my life. Then, when I was struggling with burnout, I felt frustrated: “Why me? Why am I so tired? Why can’t I do anything?” 

I couldn’t muster gratitude for the burnout symptoms. All I could see were struggles and challenges. Blessings were nowhere to be found. 

Does this sound familiar? You look at your life, and all you see is the negative.

Then, during one of my Somatic Experiencing practices, when I began to listen to my body, but this time with an intense desire to heal from burnout, I received a message that holding on to frustration was not going to support my healing. That message was a wake-up call for me.

Just then, a book on my inspirational bookshelf caught my eye. I hadn’t looked at it in more than a decade, yet it called to me. The book is titled Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy, by Sarah Ban Breathnach.

As I read through the first several pages of the book, the January 13th essay header, “Gratitude: Awakening the Heart,” grabbed my attention. The phrase, “The more I focused on lack and on what I couldn’t have, the more depressed I became. The more depressed I became, the more I focused on lack,” leapt out at me.

Can you can relate?

I’d spent day after day horizontal, struggling with burnout, feeling ever more depressed while focusing on what I couldn’t do. I was trapped in the cycle Sarah described.

Sarah went on to say, “At that moment I acknowledged the deep longing in my heart. What I hungered for was an inner peace that the world could not take away… I looked at my life with open eyes. I saw that I had much for which to be grateful. I felt humbled by my riches and regretted that I took for granted the abundance that already existed in my life. How could I expect more from the Universe when I didn’t appreciate what I already had?” 

It was as though she was speaking directly to me. I, too, wanted that inner peace. But I had been taking for granted the abundance that was already in my life. 

In short, I had forgotten to be grateful.

How Gratitude Helped Me Recover From Burnout (And Can Help You Too)

Writings by Christine Breese, DD, PhD, further confirm that a gratitude practice can help you with your emotional well-being. According to Dr. Breese, “… the practice of gratitude and appreciation is a powerful way to create a positive reality”. That’s what I wanted to create! I was determined to create a positive reality for myself. 

As part of my healing-from-burnout journey, I began counting my blessings and choosing to refocus on being grateful for what I had, instead of what I lacked. Each day I wrote down 3 to 10 things that I was grateful for in my journal. My discovery of research showing the benefits of a gratitude practice inspired me to be consistent with my attitude of gratitude. Although it was difficult for me at first, that mental state has grown stronger with use and practice.

Through a consistent practice of gratitude, I started experiencing a greater sense of well-being. I felt less depressed, less stressed, more aware and motivated, and increasingly optimistic. Upon reflection, I now see that by giving thanks, I was also receiving that which I was giving thanks for in even greater abundance. 

If you’re burned out, chances are you have a Type-A personality. You’re always on the go; forever busy. You don’t slow down to actually receive. Yet there is something powerful about practicing gratitude, not as yet another item on your to-do list, but as an invitation to slow your pace and receive all the blessings in your life. 

With gratitude, you acknowledge the goodness in your life. In the process, you’ll realize that the source of that goodness lies at least partially outside yourself. As a result, gratitude can help you connect more strongly to something larger than yourself — your higher power. 

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Are You Ready To Cultivate An Attitude Of Gratitude?

As you acknowledge appreciation for what you’re given, the Universe sees fit to give you more to be grateful for. You’ll manifest more good things in your life. This has been true for me, and I have no doubt it can be true for you too. In fact, research shows that people who are more grateful are happier, more satisfied with their lives, and less likely to suffer from burnout.

What’s 1 thing you’re grateful for? Comment below.

It’s so easy to get started with a gratitude practice… by sharing below!

Affirmations: A Powerful Tool to Tame Your Inner Critic (Plus A Bonus: 5 Affirmations to Help You Stand Strong)

“That was dumb!”

“You can’t do anything right! What’s the matter with you?”

“What an idiot I am.”

Does this sound familiar?

If so, you’re not alone! This is something I, too, used to struggle with. In fact, my critical self-talk contributed in a huge way to my burnout several years ago. But I brought myself back. That’s why I’m so committed to supporting you in overcoming your inner critic and creating the life you want. 

And if you have an inner critic that scolds, criticizes, and cuts you down all day long, you’ll want to keep reading. 

The Reason Negative Self-Talk Can Burn You Out

Quantum physicists have discovered that your thoughts and words create your reality, meaning that your negative self-talk physically impacts you. Especially if you take heed and believe it!

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Words carry energy and vibration, just like anything else. Harsh words and thoughts are the basis for disease and dis-harmony. When you criticize yourself and dwell in negativity, you trigger symptoms of stress such as physical and emotional exhaustion, forgetfulness, lack of focus, anxiety, depression, irritability, and anger… and you may eventually burn out. 

This is the bad news. But now let’s take a look at the good news.

This One Practice Can Reprogram Your Self-Talk

Happily, when you choose different words and thoughts, you also choose to create a different reality. This is why affirmations are so powerful for reprogramming negative self-talk. 

Affirmations are positive statements you intentionally repeat in order to affect your subconscious and conscious minds, and to support feelings of well-being. They also empower you. When used regularly, affirmations shift your mindset so you can overcome your negative self-talk and actually create the life you desire.

They work because your subconscious mind is 90% of your total mind; therefore, your subconscious has the greatest influence to bring about whatever it is you wish to create. And because your subconscious mind will never question new thoughts that you introduce into it, affirmations are the perfect way to replace limiting beliefs with more empowering ones. 

So let’s get your subconscious working for you rather than against you.

3 Essential Elements Of  Effective Affirmations

In order for affirmations to be as effective as possible for you, they need three key elements: 

  1. Say them in the present tense
  2. Say them out loud
  3. Connect them to the emotion

I’ll explain:

Say Affirmations in the Present Tense

In order for affirmations to work most effectively, they must be worded in the present tense because change only happens in the present. This ensures that your subconscious mind goes to work on them right away, and it is easier to generate the necessary emotions and visualizations that support your affirmations.

Say Affirmations Out Loud

Speak the affirmations out loud because the spoken vibration of the words more directly creates your new experiences. 

Connect Affirmations to the Emotion

Connect with the emotion of the words you’re speaking because the Universe responds to what you’re feeling and uses that to create your reality. When you read your affirmations out loud, allow yourself to feel the emotion attached to each, whether it’s excitement, gratitude, or another feeling. This way, it’s not just a mental activity; you truly embody the emotions inherent in each affirmation.

See how these three elements all reinforce each other to create a powerful affirmation?

5 Powerful Affirmations For You

To get you started, here are 5 powerful affirmations you can say to start creating the life you want. They are: 

  1. “I am powerful.”
  2. “I am a contribution to others by being my authentic self.”
  3. “I am beautiful and lovable, just as I am.”
  4. “I love the person who I am.”
  5. “I am worthy of receiving love and care from myself and others.”

Say them at least once daily, and preferably twice or more. Being consistent will enhance their effect. Read them out loud while tapping into your emotions and having fun with them. Fun is especially important! The more joy and fun you bring into every experience, the more you will attract joyful and fun things into your life.

Notice that these 5 affirmations are powerful because they are in the present tense. They are also most effective when you speak them out loud while connecting with the attached emotion.

And when you sign up for my email list, you’ll receive ongoing support and tips just as valuable as these affirmations.

Affirmations Can Heal 

Positive affirmations can support you to heal on all levels: body, mind, emotions, and spirit. 

When you choose to be kinder and more loving to yourself by incorporating affirmations into your day, you’re supporting yourself to heal by becoming more mindful of what and how you want to do, be, and feel. You’ll be amazed by the healing that can occur when you take charge of that which is within your sphere of influence. 

We say some harsh things to ourselves. Sometimes, we berate ourselves over and over – causing us chronic stress that can lead to full-on burnout.

I encourage you to update your self-talk with more positive and empowering thoughts, in order to transform limiting beliefs into limitless ones.

What’s 1 of your favorite affirmations? Let me know in the blog comment section below.

Post YES below if you’re going to start using these affirmations today.

I look forward to hearing how affirmations support you to avoid burnout and create the life you desire.

How To Avoid Burnout With One Simple Word

If you search Google for advice on how to avoid burnout, you’ll find a lot of articles with many tips and strategies. 

The problem is, when you’re already stressed out and teetering on the edge of burnout, you don’t really have the energy to learn and apply a myriad of strategies. What if they don’t work for you? Then you’ve got to start over, only then you’re that much closer to burnout.

Here’s the truth:

Avoiding burnout takes one word.

I know what you’re thinking. 

It can’t be so simple.

But it really is. Let’s take a look.

This Is The One Word That Can Keep You Out Of Burnout

If you’re like most women, you’re probably used to doing everything you’re asked to do – and do it very well – but each time you add on a new commitment or responsibility, you heap more stress into your life… and chronic stress can lead to burnout. 

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I bet my experience will resonate with you: in my local community, I served on a couple of boards and chaired several committees. I kept agreeing to more assignments. Before long I had active roles on more than a dozen committees. Many of my waking hours were consumed with committee and board tasks. No matter how early I started or how late I stayed up, I never caught up.

Ironically, I had started my own business to give me flexibility in my life – but because I kept saying Yes, I had no time left for myself. 

One morning I was so exhausted that I grabbed a bottle of what I thought were eye drops and dripped the liquid into my eyes. Imagine my shock when it turned out to be the wrong medication. It seared my eyeballs. I almost blinded myself.

Thankfully, after a trip to the doctor’s office, I recovered. But I was forced to acknowledge that I had seriously overcommitted myself. And I was no longer willing to keep saying Yes to everything being asked of me.

By now you can probably guess what the one simple word is that can keep you from burnout:


Short and sweet, right? But there’s a catch.

You have to be willing to say it.

When You Say One Thing But Mean Another 

Isn’t it astonishing how many of us successful women say Yes when we really mean No?

You want to decline. You practice saying it out loud: “No”. 

Simple, right?

But when the time comes to say it, you can’t. There are many possible reasons: you don’t want to be disliked; you feel guilty; or, you believe you should be helping others. Perhaps you don’t value yourself and your time.

Then, once again, you find yourself saying Yes when your entire inner voice is shouting NO!

If you’re challenged to say No to other people, you’re not alone. Many successful women I know have this issue.  

When you say Yes when you really mean No, there’s usually more going on beneath the surface. Perhaps you want to please others, or you feel so guilty about saying No that Yes slips out in its place. 

Nearly blinding myself because of a mistake made as a result of chronic stress taught me how important it is to say No when I need to, and to only say Yes when I really mean it. 

Not only does this keep me in integrity with other people, and myself, I was able to stop feeling depleted and resentful. I made it my mission to learn how to say No… and Yes, when I truly wanted to… and to let go of my people-pleasing behavior.

I don’t want you to reach the point where you’re so exhausted and close to burnout that you nearly blind yourself, like I did. 

Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take right away to shift yourself from overcommitted and on the path to burnout to back in balance in your life.

How To Go From Yes To No

Though it sounds counterintuitive, the best way to begin to say No is to actually acknowledge the times when you want to say it but are tempted to say Yes. The act of acknowledging a behavior actually frees you from its grip. Once you acknowledge these Yes/No times, you’ll find it easier to say No when you choose to.

Be sure to celebrate each time you say No. Each celebration will build your confidence. Before you know it, you’ll be saying No easily and gracefully – as well as saying Yes with confidence and certainty because you mean it.

But what about those commitments you already made? How can you gracefully release them?

You can do what I did:

Reach out to have conversations with the people you said Yes to. Tell them you want to re-negotiate your agreements. You don’t need to give a long explanation. “Some changes have come up” is good enough. 

Seek a win both for you and the other person, so they know you’re negotiating in good faith.

Have a clear vision of the outcome you desire. Then go for it!

The Importance Of Saying No

I can’t stress enough that when you aren’t able to say No to others, you end up saying No to yourself. In essence, you aren’t valuing your own time. And when you don’t value your time, you end up without the resources to take care of yourself and to create the life you desire. 

How can you create what you desire if you’re always saying Yes to other people instead of what’s most important to you? 

You end up feeling resentful, annoyed, and frustrated. You also end up depleted, drained, and on the path to burnout. 

To help you, here are three tips about saying no:

  1. When you say no, an explanation is not required… nor necessary. Giving an explanation can also sound like an excuse.
  2. No apologies are necessary. Be strong and confident when you say no… be empowered. 
  3. If you want to know how to say an empowered no with love, try this: “I would really like to support you; however, right now I’m not able to.”

Learning to say No can change your life…and prevent burnout.

I’m Here For You

I know it can be hard to break a long-time pattern of saying Yes even when you’d rather say No.

You may find it challenging to say No at first, especially if you’ve already agreed to a commitment. However, once you make yourself your first priority, you’ll experience how life-giving it is to say Yes to you. Your first priority has to be to yourself. 

As a self-care expert, I support women to help them learn to say No: no to overcommitment, chronic stress, and burnout. My own experience coming back from severe burnout has given me deep empathy for women in your situation.

It’s time to say Yes once more – to yourself. 

Post your response to any or all of the following questions in the blog comments section below…

What’s your #1 challenge with saying NO? 

Give me a YES if starting today you’re going to look at where you need to say NO!

What’s the 1 place or relationship where you’re going to start saying NO?

For ongoing advice and strategies to keep you in balance and out of burnout, be sure to subscribe to my email list. This is one time you won’t want to say No! 🙂 

Chronic Stress Will Burn You Out (But Here’s How To Help Yourself)

Life in our society moves at a frenetic pace. Change is constant; not only small changes but life-altering, stressful ones such as relocation, layoffs, divorce, and caring for aging parents. 

Along with continual change comes endless stress. Although it may ebb and flow, stress becomes your constant companion; your shadow. Over time, stress will wear away at your health and well-being like a torrent of water eroding a rock.

Let’s take a look at the specific dangers posed by chronic stress.

The Dangers Of Chronic Stress

While you’re likely aware of the toll that stress can take, what you may not know is that…

75–90% of all doctor visits are due to stress-related ailments. 

If you’re as shocked by that statistic as I was, read on – there’s a reason the percentage is so high.

First, your thoughts or emotions cause your body to mistake any stress as highly threatening to your livelihood, thus striking at your ability to provide food and other basic life necessities for yourself and those you love.

And if you’re familiar with Maslow’s Hierarchy, you know that physiological necessities such as food, water, and shelter are considered basic human needs that must be fulfilled before you can attend to your higher needs such as safety, love and belonging, or prestige and feelings of accomplishment.

If your body constantly receives messages that your basic survival is at stake, day after day, it will begin to break down under the stress, causing a plethora of ailments such as high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, and obesity. 

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Next, how stress impacts you depends on aspects that include:

  1. Your personality
  2. Your current life situation
  3. Your physical health
  4. The quality of your relationships
  5. The amount of commitments and responsibilities you bear
  6. Your views of others and what you perceive that they expect from you
  7. The number of traumatic events you’ve experienced

When stress continues unabated, it takes an exponential toll on your health. Not only does stress slow down or even pause your body’s own healing process, more health issues are likely to occur – sending you on more emergency room visits.

As well, looking back on my own life, I see now that the formula that pushed me into burnout was my Type-A personality (#1 above) added to my commitments and responsibilities (#5), along with the high expectations I placed on myself because of what I perceived others expected from me (#6). And I’m not alone; many women – perhaps even you – experience these same pressures and are burned out because of this.

So what’s the solution?

How To Minimize Stress and Maximize Calm in 10 Minutes a Day

After I succumbed to full-on burnout several years ago, I realized the practice of mindfulness — and specifically somatic experiencing (the mindfulness of the body) — was a key to healing myself. But I had alienated my body and so too, my soul, by ignoring the messages they were sending me, and was in dire need of an intervention.

When we’re stressed, we usually give up our self-care practices that keep us happy and healthy. Yet it’s these practices we abandon that keep our stress levels from overwhelming us. They support us to be more resilient in the face of chronic stress. 

When I accepted that I was in full-blown burnout, I knew I had to realign with my body-spirit and recommit to listening to and loving myself. That’s why I created my own self-care practice based on mindfulness of the body, to help me connect with my body-spirit and tap into peace. 

I call it my From Burnout To Balance: A Simple 10-Minute Daily Self-Care Practice, and it’s been shown to: 

  • Increase mindfulness, well-being, self-confidence, and personal power
  • Increase your ability to concentrate
  • Cultivate a greater resilience to stress, a positive mindset, and a sense of hopefulness and calm
  • Decrease stress and stress-related symptoms like frustration, mood swings, feelings of overwhelm or lack of control, anxiety, depression, low energy, headaches, body aches and pains, muscle tension, chest pain and rapid heartbeat, insomnia, and frequent colds and infections
  • Reduce or even stop worrying

When I started this practice, I began to receive messages from my body. Even though I had forgotten that I could talk to my body and get responses! This was very comforting to me. Instead of being just a physical body, I was reminded that there is a Universal Intelligence within. 

Doing this practice for 10–20 minutes each day not only helped lessen the numbness that had set it, but also calmed me. As the days went by, my fortitude grew and I began to feel hopeful and inspired again.  

The act of giving myself the care I deserved, of being kind to myself, restored my connection with my body and my faith in myself. And by choosing to include my body in my choices, I was able to restore my body’s faith in me. All this has been essential to helping me heal from chronic stress and burnout.

Sounds good right? And I want to gift this to you! 

Instead of pushing past all your stress signs, or trying to browbeat your stress symptoms into submission, you can use this practice to begin to create more communion with your body, restore a sense of trust, and ultimately, heal yourself. Sign up here to receive your gift of my From Burnout To Balance: A Simple 10-Minute Daily Self-Care Practice.

There’s More…

I know from experience how valuable this daily self-care practice is. Just ten minutes a day will help you heal from the effects of chronic stress.

You’ll feel more energetic, optimistic, and cheerful. Even if your life situation hasn’t changed much, you will have taken back your power to create a positive mindset and to choose a sense of hopefulness instead of feeling buffeted by the ever-blowing winds of change. 

And if you desire ongoing support and nurturing from me, you’ve got it! Sign up for my email list to receive regular tips and strategies to free you from the toxic effects of chronic stress and burnout. I’m here for you. Let’s get your well-being back.

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