Self-Care For Busy Women by Sharon Taylor

Do you:

– Feel mentally and physically lethargic and feel you’ve lost your mojo?

– Struggle to find time to do the things you enjoy doing?

– Find yourself catering to everyone else and have no time for your own needs?

– Want to have time to focus on yourself and not feel guilty?

If your answer is yes to any of the above, then this book is for you.

Self-Care For Busy Women by Sharon Taylor

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Do you:

– Feel mentally and physically lethargic and feel you’ve lost your mojo?

– Struggle to find time to do the things you enjoy doing?

– Find yourself catering to everyone else and have no time for your own needs?

– Want to have time to focus on yourself and not feel guilty?

If your answer is yes to any of the above, then this book is for you.

This book is packed with information, tips, procedures and strategies to help you find time for yourself to start enjoying doing things you love to do.

By following the guidance in this book on the WHAT, WHEN, HOW and WHY of self-care, you will be able to:

  • See why making time for yourself can improve your mental, physical and emotional health and wellbeing
  • Identify what you like to do and what you don’t like doing
  • Learn how to establish new and simple routines and create self-care habits
  • Start putting yourself and your needs on your to-do list without feeling guilty.

As well as the WHAT, WHEN, HOW and WHY of self-care you will find worksheets, examples, a checklist, quotes, trackers and tips. Use these to motivate you to practise self-care and not just think about it.

Using this information in this book you will be able to create a 28-day calendar that includes all the busyness of your life and your self-care activities too.

This book will help you to reconnect with the things you love doing and help you to start focusing on regularly doing things that support your mental, physical and emotional health.

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