A Seven-Day Reset to Gently Rebalance Your Life

Feeling a little lost right now and looking for some comfort and guidance forwards?

Shape the story of your life with gentle recalibration, soothing self-care rituals, and wisdom from the authors and characters who have been there before. Hit reset, get back on the right track, and take the time you deserve to spend on you.

Find Your Way With Comforting, Gentle Wisdom

Enjoy the course chapters as text or audio to enjoy anytime, whether you’re on a walk in the woods, catching up with errands, or just taking some time to rest.

Day 1: What story are you writing?
Hiking in Switzerland on Via Alpina trail
Day 2: The seasons of your life
Day 3: The big and little wonders
Day 4: What’s got you stuck?
Day 5: What do you need most right now?
Day 6: When things are falling apart
Day 7: Places to find beauty and inspiration
Reading List of 30+ Recommended Books for Where You Are Now

Plus Lots of Soothing Bonuses

Digital 24-Page Workbook with Journal Prompts

Hierarchy of Self Care Checklist

The Smallest But Mightiest Ways to Help You Out of a Rut Worksheet

A Guide for the Hardest Days

30 Positive Habits to Gently Introduce & Feel Your Best

6 audio chapters from my new book, Your Life in Bloom

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Hit reset, get back on the right track, and take some time for you.

We’re more in need than ever of spaces where we can arrive as ourselves and leave a little lighter, clearer, and more sure of who we are and where we’re going.

Without ads, comparison, or pressure to be anything other than ourselves.

That’s something I’ve aspired to create with Tolstoy Therapy, and here with this online course space.

You can get instant access to enjoy the freedom of this space now, while supporting tolstoytherapy.com in remaining ad-free.

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