I've always been intentional about self-celebration, spoiling myself with solo trips, expensive presents to celebrate milestones and incorporating treats into my daily life. When I quit my full time job and started my coaching business I bought myself a convertible - a longtime Southern California dream - as a push present. On the heels of my first block buster year in business, I rewarded myself with an overhaul of my home office - complete with a new, luxurious pink velvet
As we enter the holiday season, it seems our best laid plans for self-care, enforcing personal boundaries and new regimes seem to go out the window. Steadfast commitments to meditate, exercise, find a new job, write the book, or even sit for the catch-up conversation seem to dissolve into the too frequent refrain: "There's not enough time". Suddenly, taskmaster clients feel like victims of their schedules, claiming that they "don't have a minute to breath" and that they are "