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How to take time for yourself

(without feeling guilty)

A Thriving Pet pros community Conversation

Community Conversation: How to take time for yourself without feeling guilty

november 17

8:00-9:00 pm ET/5:00-6:00 pm Pt

You make time for everyone else. How often do you make time for yourself?

How often have you told yourself that you're going to take the day off, only to spend the whole day working? 

Or you tell yourself you'd like to adopt a new hobby ... when you have time. In retirement, perhaps.

Or you finally manage to carve out a little pocket of "me time," but you can't enjoy it because your brain starts buzzing with all the the things you should be doing instead.

Taking time for yourself is vital. It's not selfish at all. In fact, it's one of the best things you can do for others.

People who build in time for rest, for play, and for quiet contemplation have better emotional regulation, more creative and cooperative ideas, and get more done in less time.

Sounds great, right? But, how? After a lifetime of people-pleasing and overwork, how do you take time for yourself without feeling guilty? 

If you'd like to gather together with other over-extended pet pros to shift your mindset about your time, your energy, and your commitments and discover why prioritizing your own needs will actually help you be more productive, more efficient, and more effective, join this month's community conversation!

About Community Conversations

  • We gather for connection, understanding, and community.
  • We believe in honest, real conversations.
  • We respect confidentiality. What is discussed stays in our group.
  • We know that each person is doing the best they can with the resources they have available to them in the moment.
  • And we're always striving to give ourselves the same grace and compassion we extend to others. (Often this is the hardest work we'll ever do.)

Community conversations are low-key, casual discussions about topics that really matter. 

Each community conversation is limited to 12 participants to ensure everyone has a chance to think about and share their own ideas and perspectives. 

The real magic of community conversations comes from participating. Join us live! If you can't attend live, the recording will be available for 30 days.

Registration closes two hours before the conversation starts! Register now.


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