It's not exactly easy to show up for others right now — at least not in the literal sense. And it's not all that easy to show up for ourselves, either. We're isolating and social distancing and quarantining and the kids are stuck in the house and maybe you've lost some or all of your income and it's all just a LOT.
Even during the best of times (read: not-quarantined times), we live in a world that has taught us to put our kids or partners or friends or colleagues or strangers before ourselves... and also to put our own busy lives before pretty much everything and everyone else. It’s a vicious cycle of selfish vs. selfless. And it’s too much.
The Still Kickin team spent a weekend in northern Minnesota with dozens of good humans last fall learning how to make all of this "showing up" stuff feel more manageable. If you didn't attend in person but, you know, find yourself with some free time lately (can't imagine why)... spend some time with us. This self-paced e-course is led by 10 different instructors and presented by Still Kickin co-founder Nora McInerny.
This e-course will:
- Help you define and identify ways to prioritize showing up within your life.
- Help you identify personal barriers and choices that diminish prioritizing your own needs.
- Help you integrate new activities and reflections into your life to rejuvenate and center yourself.
- Help you create a plan for prioritizing your needs so you can show up where and when it matters most.