How long can you go on like this?

You can persist, but at what cost?

At what point do you lose yourself?

What would it take to live a life that felt truly sustainable?

Modern life seems to be almost inherently overwhelming. 

We’re all busy. We all face the realities of a difficult economy and rising costs of living, putting pressures on us to work but at the same time be a perfect parent, keep our home Instagram-worthy, provide fresh nutritious meals, stay fit and healthy, and maybe even campaign for social justice on the side. 

It’s simply not possible. 

At least, it’s not possible to achieve in the way we’ve been attempting. 

The good news is that it is possible to create a life that aligns with what is truly most important to you AND allows you to reduce overwhelm and create find space to rest and breathe. 

You deserve to live a life that want to wake up to. A life in which you feel in touch with who you are, at your core. 

In this webinar, I’m going to share ten tips to combat overwhelm and create time for the important things in life. 

Why am I so passionate about sharing this information?

I’m a medical doctor, and I’ve been helping people prevent and recover from burnout for nearly a decade. But I’ve also been there myself. 

Eight years ago, I hit rock-bottom. 

I was….
Parenting 4 children under 5 years. 
Working as a GP.
Studying for exams.
Supporting family members with life-threatening illnesses.
Struggling with my own medical issues.
Doing volunteer work. 
Carrying the mental load at home. 
And facing numerous other life stresses and challenges – you know what it’s like!

I felt like I was failing in every single area of my life. 

After many months of searching, I finally cobbled together a process that allowed me to recover. It worked, but it was time consuming, exhausting, and took a lot of trial and error.

I saw therapists that didn’t really understand burnout. I saw doctors who were dismissive. I received harmful comments and advice from colleagues and friends. I am grateful that I somehow managed to persist – it would have been so easy to simply give up. 

I am determined that others will not have to spend so many hours of their life simply trying to get quality support for burnout – something that affects well over 5o% of our population. 

I have combined my own personal experience with that of my clients and countless hours of learning and study to bring you The Burnout Project. And, in this instance, a webinar that highlights critical elements you need to be thinking about if you want to burnout-proof your own life. 

Whether you’re already well and truly a burnt-out crisp, or simply aware that it could be on the horizon, you will not want to miss these ten tips.