Worksheet: Designing a Self-Care Plan (That You’ll Actually Follow), Hello Divorce

Worksheet: Designing a Self-Care Plan (That You’ll Actually Follow)

We’re often asked about self-care when going through divorce. When the subject comes up, a favorite quote from Annie Wright, a licensed marriage and family therapist who runs Annie Wright Psychotherapy (based in Berkeley), springs to mind:

“Self care doesn’t always look like sleep, yoga or green juice.” — Annie Wright

And she is SO right.

Sometimes, self-care becomes this thing that you have to plan and make time for and commit to. It might start to feel like a chore because so many people keep telling you to “take care of you.”

Or maybe self-care feels silly, selfish, or too indulgent because you think your time could be better spent checking items off your to-do list.

We get it. Everyone is busy. But if you don’t make time for yourself, nobody else will. You’re in the driver’s seat on this one. And we guarantee that one hour a week (at least) dedicated just to you is not too much to invest in yourself.

But, how to fill the time? We’ve got you covered.

Worksheet: Designing a Self-Care Plan (That You’ll Actually Follow), Hello Divorce

We developed a worksheet to help guide you through a decision-making process that starts with booking — and then committing to — time just for you. The worksheet leads you through a series of questions to help you plan and choose an activity that feels right based on what you need in the current moment and what you need as you grow toward the next version of you.

We hope you like it. Download it here. 

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