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Welcome to the ‘Adopting a Self-Care Mindset That Will Stick’ E-Course.
This free program is designed for you to take in and complete in under an hour. It’s intended to help you go from feeling like you never make time for yourself – or you are too busy for self-care – to actually having a solid plan for making you and your self-care a priority.
This short program is designed to enhance your self-awareness and adopt a proactive mindset.
Here are some of the course takeaways:
- Develop more awareness and appreciation for what you already are doing for yourself.
- Grow your level of satisfaction and enjoyment while you take part in activities that are just for you.
- Give you tools you can apply in order to take a clear snapshot of your self-care practice.
- Create a self-care ritual.
- Give you an experience where you will walk away with a clear picture of what self-care looks like to you, and have some personalized action steps you can implement in your life right away.
*Note: there is a PRINTABLE resource in this free course. If you don't have access to a printer, that's okay don't worry. You can simply refer to the PDF e-copy and then when it comes time to do your coaching wheel, you can use a piece of paper and draw a circle for your wheel.
StartAdopting a Self-Care Mindset that Will Stick Video (8:21)
StartAdopting a Self-Care Mindset that Will Stick Audio
StartAdopting a Self-Care Mindset that Will Stick Article
StartModule 1: Regular Self-Care Exercise (4:43)
StartModule 2: Things that bring You Joy Self-Care Exercise (3:30)
StartCreate Your Action Steps Exercise (16:31)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Hi! I'm Emily Madill, thank you for stopping by. I'm a writer, certified professional coach, and one of Thrive Global’s editors-at-large.
I love words and sharing them in a way that makes people feel good.
My most creative role though, is being mama to two boys. They remind me to be playful, to trust in my inner wisdom, and to love with every part of who I am.
I send out a weekly note every Thursday morning called: Em’s Weekly Happiness Note. I love curating these notes each week. My hope is to help other women who may feel overwhelmed by the noise and busyness of life.
The weekly notes include practical ideas to tune in to your own inner wisdom, and embrace your version of a happy life. I’d love to connect with you on your journey. Go here to sign up for the free weekly notes.
Here is a more formal bit on what I do, if formal and third person is your thing. 😉
Emily Madill is an author and certified professional coach (ACC), with a BA in Business and Psychology. She is one of Thrive Global’s editors-at-large.
Emily has published 12 titles in the area of self-development and empowerment, both for children and adults. You can find her writing in Chicken Soup for the Soul:Think Positive for Kids; The Huffington Post; Thrive Global; TUT.com; Best Self Magazine; The Muse; MindBodyGreen; Emerging Women; TinyBuddha; Aspire Magazine; and others.
Emily has a private coaching practice and an online program, offering courses that support women to create lasting habits around self-love, self-awareness and all things related to time and weekly planning.
She lives on Vancouver Island, Canada, with her husband, two sons and their sweet rescue dog Annie.
Praise for Emily's book:
"This is the book to prepare you for the coming year! If you're ready to fall in love with your life, I know how you can do it, and who can lead the way. Emily Madill is a light to all who know her and I'm so happy she is putting her brilliance in print, to reach as many people as possible! She's authentic, caring, and sage-like, and you will know this immediately upon soaking up her teachings!"
Mike Dooley, New York Times Bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur in the philosophical New Thought movement
Emily Madill begins 'Fall in Love With Your Life, One Week at a Time' book with her quote: ‘'when we shine a light on whatever is going well, we illuminate the path.” This selection glows with positive energy, and we connect with the imagery of illumination. Emily maintains that scintillating energy and illumination, shining with positivity, in an engaging, conversational voice. I had such faith in Emily that I wanted to glean as much as possible from her advice. Very reassuring, and avoiding self-help cliché, each section is beautifully-crafted, with Emily’s great instinct for effective length and detail. Very well done.
Writer’s Digest Book Awards