No. No, thank you. I’d love to but I can’t. Maybe next time. πŸ‘‹
Today, I am talking all about building resilience and the power of saying “No.”
Always saying yes is not a healthy choice.
Sometimes, you need to say no because you don’t have the time, you need to take care of yourself first, or you don’t want to do the thing!
I will discuss how to quiet the self-talk voice in our heads telling us that saying no is the selfish thing to do, and that being selfish is all bad.
By learning to silence this voice, you can find relief and peace in your decisions.
We will walk through weighing the “yes-to-stress ratio” and taking guilt out of that equation.
Remember, your well-being should always be a part of this equation, and it’s okay to prioritize yourself.
Finally, we will end with how to be respectful with your no.
By the end, I hope that you have a clear understanding that any healthy habit that we start to adapt will take practice.
It won’t feel super comfy at the start, but starting to say “no” will inevitably benefit you and those around you.

Don’t know how to start effectively journaling? πŸ“–
Download your free 3D Journaling Guide here:

Ready to improve your self-care game? πŸ’•
Download 3 Foundational Meta-Skills for Healthy Living that Lasts here:

Trying to figure out if a program or activity will actually promote healthy behavior change? πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
Download Keys to Promoting Health Sustaining Behaviors here:

Looking for a personal health coach, well-being speaker, or health education for employees? πŸ™ŒπŸΌ
Visit for more information.

Need support overcoming emotional eating? Work through my guidebook, Don’t Eat It. DEAL With It! Second Edition: Your Guidebook on How to STOP Eating Your Emotions, to create a healthier relationship with food. ✍🏼

Follow below for consistent info on creating healthy habits without rules, obsession, or exhaustion: βœ…