Take a look at what you will get…
Here is what you can expect to receive From this Course:
So why should you try this email course?
These worksheets were designed to help you stay focused and help you improve your mental well-being and kick some ass.
You will be amazed at how well you can track your moods and become familiar with what triggers certain feelings and learn how to respond to those feelings whether they are good or bad.
You can use these awesome worksheets as many times as you like, just print them out and make your own notebook using the worksheets you like.
Saving paper? or Hate Having to Print Stuff? Not a problem!
I have also provided digital copies as well. Just fill them out on your computer and save them in a folder on your computer.
Plus at the end of the course you will receive some extra freebies.
Pretty sweet don’t you think?
Let me just say…
I know what it is like to struggle and juggle with anxiety and depression.
So, I have put together this email course with the worksheets I designed for myself.
I want to share them with you to help you reach your goals, just like I did (and I am still doing).
I am not going to lie…
It takes hard work and dedication to get yourself mentally equipped to take on life’s challenges.
So, armed with a little knowledge and a little courage you can make the best life for yourself possible.
You deserve that, don’t you think? I sure as hell think you do!
Below are all the worksheets you will receive in this email course…
Have a Good Day Checklist
Daily To-Do List Mood Planner
Weekly Mood Planner
I am Thankful For...
Negative to a Positive
Mental Health Writing Journal
Hello all, I’m Michele.
Please check out my tiny spot on the web, where I talk about living life with anxiety, depression and personal development.
We often isolate ourselves from others when we need them the most. We smile into the faces of the ones we love as our pain goes unseen.
We are our greatest resource. We need to connect with one another and share our journey’s, on what I like to call the “struggle bus”. We can make the ride, less bumpy, together.