A SELF-CARE WORKBOOK

‘Self-care’. Although it may sound easy, it’s not. Self-care can actually be really difficult. Doing something purely for you, not for anyone else. Not because you are getting something from it. Just for your own well-being. Often we are stuck at the starting block not knowing which way to run which is why writers, like the wonderful Taneisha Janae, help us out by providing us with self-care workbooks.

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Taneisha’s chatty, down-to-earth vibes are so apparent in every page of this e-book. It is comprised of over 25 pages of awesome self-care information and activities- from discussing negative self-talk to journal prompts.

I received this e-book about a week ago, in which time i have read through it’s entirety and completed all suggested tasks. I have learned so much about myself that I don’t usually take the time to think about. Something else i have learned- I am way too hard on myself. With the positive affirmations and guidance to finding a new perspective, i already feel more comfortable in my own skin. It’s important to add that this isn’t because of what the book has told me, it hasn’t told me anything about myself, but it has allowed me to look deeper into aspects of myself that i otherwise would have seen as ‘unimportant’.

This e-book is worth a read and the tasks are a perfect way to start 2018 with a more positive outlook! Taneisha, thank you for creating this wonderful tool!

This e-book is available from www.simplyjanae.com.

You can also find out more about Taneisha on her instagram (@taneishadale) and Facebook page (@simplyjanaeblog).Β 

I hope this isn’t the last we here from her! Until next time,

Love, Kayleigh Rose x

*Some of the products included in this post have been gifted to me for reviewing purposes. All opinions are honest and my own.*

28 Comments Add yours

  1. quitelocal says:

    Thank you, Kayleigh. Self-care, self-development can only be a good thing. I will take a look a Taneisha’s e-book:)

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    1. Thanks very much 😊 And it’s brill to get you thinking x

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  2. I really love the idea behind this, it is sometimes easy to let taking care of yourself slip when life gets busy and hectic, so to have and easy book on hand like this to remind you to give yourself some TLC is absolutely brilliant! I will certainly look into getting a copy of my own!
    Abbey x

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    1. Brilliant! It is worth it 100% xxx

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  3. Sarah says:

    This sounds like a fantastic e-book! Self care is so important, but I know many people (including me) struggle to fit it into their busy lives. So a workbook sounds like a fantastic idea. x

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    1. The great thing is it doesn’t state a time limit or when it ‘should’ be done. It’s completely at your own pace! X

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  4. Louise Joy says:

    This sounds like something I need to read. I tend to think of self care as having a bubble bath with lots of Lush products or having an evening to yourself, which shows how much I know about self-care as obviously it’s a lot more than that! x

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    1. It can be a lot more but if that helps you to relax and have time to get things together in your head, that’s great! It’s different for everyone 😊 xxx

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  5. Such a fantastic idea and anything that can help with someone’s mental health is a good thing in my opinion!

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    1. Love that you think this too! 100% people should start to see mental health as a priority!! X

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  6. I have called this year my year of positivity so I love the look of this, I think we could all do with a bit of self care.

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    1. What a lovely way to see 2018! I like that. I think this will be my year of positivity too x

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  7. arcasela says:

    This e-book sounds really useful. I agree with you and think self-care can be difficult for most people. But it is really important to ensure we look after ourselves as well as others.

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    1. Definitely! It can be difficult but a short amount of time doing it effectively can make the world of difference! X

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  8. At the moment I’m really struggling with anxiety and depression. I’m working hard on self care but I’d find it really helpful to have a book to read on the subject.

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    1. That is exactly why she has wrote it, to jog people’s minds and help them to focus on something beneficial. Thanks for being open xxx

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  9. Self-care is something I’m working really hard on at the moment so may need to take a look at this!

    C x

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  10. I fully agree, we tend to look after everybody else except ourselves. Personal development and care is so important

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    1. And it can be so fun too! X

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  11. Linda Hobbis says:

    I think being too hard on yourself is a bit of a woman’s ‘thing’ because we feel that we are responsible for everyone else’s happiness. You’re definitely right to prioritise self care.

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    1. Yeah, i think you’ve hit the nail on the head. Thank you for reading! X

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  12. Lynne Harper says:

    I love the idea of a self-care workbook. Something to really make to look after your own wellness. I know I massively neglect this side of me and I shouldn’t x

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    1. It’s hard when we have such busy lives but we must start to make this as important as our physical health. This workbook really helped me to do that x

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  13. Fatima says:

    Self-care is indeed really important but I’m really careless at this. I may have to grab this book and give a read.

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    1. I would really recommend it x

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  14. stephanie says:

    I’ve been trying to do more self-care this year so this workbook sounds like it’s perfect for me x

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    1. Definately give it a try! X

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