The self-care guide that transforms you from surviving to thriving
In a frenzied world, self-care offers you the stabilising routine you need to nurture both mind and body.
Me Time helps you to make self-care a restorative, everyday practice – even when you might only have one minute free.
Follow its four simple steps to transform yourself from surviving to thriving:
- What actually is self-care?: start by exploring the idea of self-care as a holistic practice for mind, body and soul;
- I work at my self-care: reflect on your self-beliefs and discover what it takes to set up and maintain a nurturing routine;
- I make time for my self-care: commit to original, time-savvy acts, from one-minute rituals through to day-long adventures;
- I support my self-care: find resources, checklists and recommendations to help you day-to-day.
Your wise, inspiring and sensible friend, this healing book effortlessly guides you through everything you need to know to carve out time for self-care and make these moments count.
Remind yourself that you are worthy of your own care with Me Time.
White Lion Publishing, 9780711259164, 128pp.
Publication Date: January 5, 2021
About the Author
Growing up, Jessica Sanders was always the tallest student in her class, and struggled to accept and love her body. When she was 12, her mother signed her up to play volleyball knowing her height would be celebrated and an advantage. Jessica soon learned that different bodies brought different skills to the team and all these bodies were valued. After leaving high-school, Jessica travelled solo to many countries and climbed some of the world’s highest mountains, always carrying a heavy pack that made her grateful for her strong body. Over time, and through the ups and downs of life's tough lessons, Jessica grew to love and celebrate her body. Inspired by her own journey, Jessica wrote Love Your Body to educate and empower young girls with the message of self-love.
Jessica is an author, advocate, and social worker. She has volunteered for several women’s rights organizations, supported women and children fleeing family violence, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in alliance with African women fighting for their rights to land, and lectured at schools teaching the importance of respect for self and others. Currently Jessica works at the Butterfly Foundation where she educates young people on the importance of positive body image.