Ep 124. Self-care for life in the city with Francesca Blechner

Oct 5, 2020 | Blog, Podcast, Uncategorized

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Today on the Calmer You podcast, I am joined by self-care expert Francesca Blechner. She is the author of the new book Self-care for Life in the City. She is also a holistic health coach and transformational breath practitioner. What a wealth of knowledge she has about self-care, and I just loved speaking with her. I hope she leaves you feeling as calm as I felt after the episode.

We chat about:

  • how to stay calm in our busy fast-paced lives
  • getting clear with what is important to us
  • her favorite self-care practices
  • how we can define self-care for ourselves

How to connect with Francesca


Don’t forget you can download loads of freebies for wellness, self-care, anxiety and confidence at my website Calmer-you.com. You can also find out about my app and my one on one sessions.

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Get in touch

Come on over and find me on Instagram. I’m hanging out there every day where you can find more tips on self-care. My handle is @ChloeBrotheridge. I’m also on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook offering content to suppport you.

Let me know what you thought of this episode. Please share it with anyone who might need to hear this today. I’m sending you loads of love and I hope you have a brilliant week ahead.

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