How do you feel when you don't finish your to-do list? When life forces you to slow down? If you find it a struggle, this is for you. It is so easy to tie our sense of worth to our productivity. Feeling we are only of value if we are 'producing' or 'doing' something. This can stop us from resting and lead to stress and burnout. Severing this tie isn't easy, but in this workshop I show you the steps you can take to do just that. I'll be explaining more about why we tie our sense of worth with productivity and how we can start untangling the two. We'll go through journaling prompts to help you reflect and figure out the best steps forward for you. We'll look at the importance of rest and play, and how you can incorporate this into your days. At the end of the workshop you'll leave with: - Knowledge of why we tie our worth with productivity. - A better understanding of your own relationship with productivity. - Practical tools to value yourself unconditionally. - Further resources to continue your journey. My aim is that by the time we finish you'll feel: - Calmer and more connected with yourself. - Able to see your inherent value, away from work and productivity. - More able to set up boundaries that serve you. What do I need? - A pen and paper (or your writing tool of choice!) as there’ll be some journaling prompts. Why should you learn from me? As a recovering perfectionist whose anxiety is often triggered by work, I've been on my own journey with this subject. In my teens a lack of self-worth led to poor mental health and it was through my recovery that I realised the importance of self-worth - and especially, unconditional self-worth. I won't promise that I have it all figured out, but I've learnt a great deal that I'm excited to pass on. *This is a replay of a live workshop.