Daily tools from your separation coach - just to make life better!

Each morning when you wake up follow these pointers:

  1. With your eyes closed, take three long, slow deep breaths.
  2. With your eyes closed, tell yourself three things you are grateful for.
  3. How do you want to feel today? Set your intentions for your day focusing on two words  i.e. today I feel calm and safe.
  4. Before  you rise, tell yourself three things you are grateful for i.e. I am grateful that I am safe, I am grateful that I have another day and I am grateful for the sound of the birds outside.
  5. Each time you get into your car, take three long, slow, deep breaths. Remind yourself that you are doing ok.
  6. Take note of your inner self talk. Are you proud of yourself and celebrating your little achievements (no matter how small) or are you beating yourself up?
  7. Each time you catch yourself saying something negative to others or yourself stop and now say three positive things.


  • If I tell myself I am going to have a great day, I will have a great day. My focus is positive and I am already looking for the good all around me.
  • If I tell myself I am doing enough, I am so doing enough.
  • If I tell myself I am exactly fine just as I am, then I am fine just as I am.
  • You are what you say you are.

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Coaching tools and tips

Morning Intentions

Scheduled Check-Ins

Scheduled Check-Ins

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Each morning is a new opportunity to plan your day so that it goes according to your plan.

Each morning I spend time before I get out of bed talking to myself (internally) about what I am grateful for. The days when I feel most challenged I do this over and over until I am filled with gratitude.

Whilst doing my gratitude work (your could pray also) I consciously breathe.

Scheduled Check-Ins

Scheduled Check-Ins

Scheduled Check-Ins

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I use certain prompts as reminders to calm myself down and reset myself, to bring myself back to the intention that I had set that morning.

I use my car as a prompt to consciously breathe and let go of my tight grip on the steering wheel. You could breathe and loosen your grip each time you change lanes or the radio.

Journaling

Scheduled Check-Ins

Creating your Self Image & Vision Statement

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I was never a journaler, like never ever!

Recently, I have added this to my morning routine whilst I am listening to meditations. 

I will soon add this to my night routine too.

Writing your thoughts down has a big impact on your wellbeing.

Creating your Self Image & Vision Statement

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

Creating your Self Image & Vision Statement

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Take time to write down some dot points about who you are and what your vision is for your life.

This is a longer tool that we will work on later. My self image and vision statement now looks like a circle with lots of other circles around it and is recorded and I listen to it every day and sometimes more than once a day. 

Listening to Meditations and Affirmations

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

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Find some free apps on your phone or ask google or siri to play you some meditation music or a guided meditation.

My personal recordings include background sounds that I like and have "I" affirmations that I listen to each day. 

If you hear yourself being positive, you will feel more positive. There is something different and unique about listening to your own recordings. 

Watch this space for a guided "I" meditation.

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

Recording your own Meditations and Affirmations

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Know that one day soon you can record your own meditations and affirmations and they are amazing.