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offline illness: a webinar exploring our social media habits

Welcome to Offline Illness: A Webinar Exploring Our Social Media Habits with Suffering the Silence and me! This webinar was broadcast on STS’s Facebook Live feed on Monday, January 28th.

Through short guided meditations, writing exercises, and creative prompts, we explored the idea of habit versus choice and what part illness plays into our digital dependencies, then ended with tips on how to infuse some fun into our future time – both online and off.

We had some technical difficulties! This was our first time trying out Facebook Live in this workshop format! So we’re currently slicing the four videos on that feed into one, and that will be available here once it’s ready.

But it was a lovely 90 minutes of creative meditations and writing. Check out that feed starting here for the workshop, and download the accompanying PDF for the slides, exercises, and further notes that will help you dig into the resources I speak about. (They can be found on my resources page here.)

By hypnotherapist Iris Higgins

By hypnotherapist Iris Higgins

The Me, Without Guided Meditation

When we intentionally question our habits, we often face feelings left in the wake of our lost sugary treat, social media hit, or digital distraction. For those audio-inclined, hypnotherapist Iris Higgins’ soothing ten-minute guided meditation will help you relax your body, identify where you feel strong emotions, and assesses immediate needs. This quick reset can be done wherever and as often as you need for greater clarity, calm, and a lightened load.

About Iris: Iris Higgins is a certified hypnotherapist, writer, and facilitator for women's transformational group programs. She loves helping women to learn to trust their intuition, connect in with their highest power, and work towards their goals. You can find her at

Love by Laura Poulette

Love by Laura Poulette

“be Better” Coloring page

Need a visual meditation? Pulling from The Me, Without phrase “I can only be better tomorrow if I act today,” Kentucky artist Laura Poulette captures the details of flora and fauna in this stunning printable coloring graphic. Spend time adding color to Poulette’s delicate feathers and flowers, and ponder where in your life you hope to be better tomorrow. For more on Laura’s process in creating this graphic and her work, read our interview here.

About Laura: Artist and maker Laura Poulette lives with her family on a homestead they are building themselves in the hills of Kentucky. Working with freshly collected botanical specimens, she draws and paints small watercolor “portraits” of these seasonal finds. See more of her work at

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guide to daily self care

We have more of a choice than we think we do in how we perceive and fill time. But a little background knowledge in our brain's wiring can help when it comes to self-betterment. In this guide to shifting our clocks towards self-care, resources from professionals in psychology, design, and wellness help us define and let go of daily tasks that aren't serving us very well. Then, insight from my creative community offer self-care tips that bring more joy into every day.

This was a preorder giveaway from October. Already ordered? Email for the code to unlock the guide. Or follow me on Instagram or Twitter, tell me you want it, and I’ll message the code! Or sign up for my mailing list (confirm it in your email), message me you’ve done so, and I’ll whiz the code back. Easy!

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fall self care to-dos

Have 5, 10, or 30 minutes to give over to self-care and don’t know what to do with them? Here are some ideas from my October newsletter. Just for you. Just because.