In this area, I am uploading a variety of resources that I have either created, or encountered, and want to make available to you. Some may be more helpful than others, and in some cases it may be that you find something just doesn’t resonate and it feels ‘clunky’ to use it. In which case, don’t use it. You know yourself the difference between something feeling uncomfortable because it’s stretching muscles that you want to strengthen, and something feeling uncomfortable because it’s not ‘you’.
You are under no obligation to find anything on this page helpful, but if something does help you in some way, do get in touch and let me know – it’s great to get feedback! Of course, if you think something could be changed to make it more useful, let me know too! Contact me here either way.
Just right click on the link and ‘save as’ to download the material – any problems, let me know.
Here is a series of ‘inspirational postcards’ I’ve developed. I’m a visual person myself, and surround myself with images and words that encourage me on my journey. Feel free to print these and use them as you find helpful. Please let me know if you are wanting to use these in a professional context, I’d love to see how you are using them. Please refrain from selling these in any format or context.
If you would like to download a PDF with all the cards collated, please click All Cards.
Here are two worksheets I’ve developed, both around identity work.
This printable focuses on our own experience of the world as a grounding exercise – helping us to answer our own questions of ‘Who am I?’ We can do this as a one-off, or as part of our regular self care – to notice ourselves, and perhaps any patterns that emerge.
This worksheet is worked through over a six day period, and encourages you to harness your five senses as a mechanism for noticing the ways in which you enjoy the world around you. In fine-tuning our ‘noticing’, we develop our own resources for bringing ourselves joy and living in more ‘me-ness’ daily.
This is a printout I came across that I thought helpful.