You know It's time if you're always tired, if you feel like your life is out of sync, or you've been living on autopilot disconnected from your community, or wanting to establish new boundaries and new goals.
Introducing the Reset Workbook, a fun interactive guide for setting and reaching your goals. This book is written by one of my favorite people, Justin Shiels (we started a store together and shared studio space for many years) more on hime below!
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:
You answer journaling prompts to get to know yourself better.
Brainstorm potential goals.
Set intentions so you can redesign your life
It's fun, it's simple, and it just might change your life.
The Reset Workbook helps you navigate the most vital parts of your personal identity. Design the path that you were truly made to take.
Mind:Learn how to guard your thoughts and treat yourself to the loving kindness you deserve.
Body:Discover how to think positively about your body and celebrate the beauty that you carry with you every single day.
Spirit:Go beyond the physical realm and dive deeper into your universal truths.
Work:Focus on finding a career that fulfills you and offers work/life balance.
Lifestyle:Explore your current choices and build rituals to help you design a life you love.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This workbook is a quick start guide to help you brainstorm your ideal life.
The Reset Workbook is for anyone that is passionate about taking the steps to define their vision and change their life.
Change is scary. Change is hard. Change can be confusing. But that first step is the most important one. Are you ready to reset your life?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
By day, Justin Shiels is the Creative Director at a tech startup in Austin. On nights and weekends, he makes interesting things for the internet.
He developedThe Reset Workbookto design the life that he wanted to live.
It was scary and hard and oftentimes made him feel like a complete fraud. But he did it because it was the work he was supposed to be doing.
What big, scary thing should you be doing right now?