DIY coaching

Reflect + reset

DIY coaching is a simple form of self inquiry that builds your awareness and confidence. By asking questions, aligned to your current experience, you’ll come up with new insights about your situation. This sets you up to be able to do what is right for you in this moment.

A little goes a long way, a few minutes out of your day can transform your perspective and how you feel.

Each of these exercises is designed with a particular situation and outcome in mind. Have a look through and choose one that’s right for you.

Check in after a hard week (10 mins)

Take a well-earned break and draw a line under a busy week, so you can enjoy the days ahead. This exercise is intended to leave you feeling more grounded and in control.


Designed to move how you view and feel about your current situation and work out what you can, and want, to change.

Space to navigate a tricky problem (20 mins)

Whether you’re facing a new or persistent challenge, this exercise will set you up to tackle your situation in a way that’s right for you.

a big hug for tough times (15 MINS)

Create some space to up the self care and figure out what you need more of, to support you through whatever life is throwing at you.

pit stop for when you’re running on empty (15 mins)

If you’re running on empty, or getting close, then now is a good time to take a pit stop. This exercise will support you to consider what you want to do (or not do) in the weeks ahead to restore the balance. 

Reflection for transitional TIMES (15 MINS)

For after or during periods of change, this exercise focuses on getting to the bottom of how changes have impacted you and what you want to do more or differently with your new context in mind.

That’s a wrap – 10 good questions to end the year (10 mins)

Whether you’re marking a birthday, anniversary or the end of a calendar year, this exercise will support you to gain perspective on, and draw out lessons from, the last twelve months.

iF YOU HAVE any questions or feedback about these exercises THEN LET ME KNOW