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This is For You
A creative toolkit for better self-care
By (author): Ellen M. Bard
9781786782106 Paperback, Trade English General Trade SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Happiness Dec 31, 2018
$16.95 CAD
Active 5.7 x 7.86 x 0.5 in 168 pages Watkins Media Watkins Publishing
A fun, friendly interactive journal with 101 ways to take control of your life and make more time for you.

Are you are feeling frazzled from a busy work schedule? Overwhelmed by current events and the endless news cycle? Frustrated and stuck in a rut, or simply spinning too many plates at once? Then This is for You.

This creative toolkit takes you through 100 exercises to help you reframe your priorities, and find more time for you. With chapters exploring Body, Mind, Feelings, Relationships, Time, Work, Environment, Creativity and Change, every page contains a fun new interactive challenge and a new way of seeing your world.

Create a morning ritual to start the day in a meaningful way. Discover the true art of the to-do list. Learn to say “No” (or the equally important “Yes…but”). And identify the drains and radiators in your personal relationships.

Written a qualified psychologist and director of a successful people consultancy, this is a no-nonsense journal that will help you take stock, re-evaluate and give you small self-care steps that will have lasting results.

100 exercises suitable for everyone, whether at college, at work or at home.

Combines suggestions and lists for activities with fill-in, creative pages to journal your experience.

Ellen M Bard is a qualified psychologist and sought-after consultant whose fun, friendly voice explains the research behind the exercises to show you why they’re doing you good.

Stunning hand-drawn design makes this a must-have package and a perfect gift.

Ellen is a work psychologist, writer and digital nomad. She is on a mission to bring practical, useful and fun development suggestions and personal improvement ideas to those who are long on interest and short on time. She is an Associate Fellow of the British Psychology Society, and registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) in the UK. She has published papers and spoken on topics including values in the workplace, engagement, the candidate experience in recruitment, psychometric tools, generation Y, and employer branding. She has been featured in several high profile publications - including the Huffington Post, The Guardian, BBC Radio 4 and the Financial Times - as a thought leader in productivity, and the challenges of work—-life balance in the modern fast—-paced, technology—-enabled world. 13 years of working in a People Consultancy in London, supporting organisations with issues including development, training, assessment, recruitment and coaching have given her the experience and the passion to bring you stuff that really works.

Author Residence: UK

Author Hometown: UK

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