Are you a people-pleaser?
Those who feel guilty for making time for themselves and always say Yes to avoid potential disagreements—the time has come to rediscover your self-worth.
This step-by-step boundaries book will help you recognize what’s important to you and create boundaries without feeling guilty or rude.
With time and consistent application of these concepts, you will learn to release negative feelings and carve out more and more time for what is important to you. While self-care is sometimes written off as selfish, taking care of yourself is essential. By learning to say No, you will discover opportunities to say Yes to your true self.
I’m a big fan of setting boundaries and the power of ‘No.’ Carley Schweet does this without as many f-bombs as I do, but the results are the same—her methods could be your path toward a calmer, happier life.”
— Sarah Knight, bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck
What readers are saying
Just when you think you have things figured out, this book makes you rethink that! Boundaries with Soul is thought-provoking, and this boundaries book made me realize that my life was truly in need of some new limits.
Looooove this book, so many “aha” moments here. Highly recommend if you want to feel more empowered, clear, and finally let go of the overwhelm of over-giving!
Insightful, intuitive, and wise beyond her years, Carley has created a wonderful guidebook for those who need to set boundaries…self-care rituals, affirmations, and clear boundaries are new (or forgotten) vocabulary for many of us. Carley’s book will help to restore balance in our dynamic and challenging lives.
Such a solid foundation (work)book for anyone looking to form boundaries in your life (which you should!) but don’t know where to begin. A great read!
Looking for the book meditations?
Meditation One: Find Your Authentic Self
Meditation Two: Tuning Into Your Higher Self
About the author
After years of people-pleasing in the corporate fashion industry in New York City, I finally realized there was more to life than being a yes-woman.
Through transformational self-care practices, I have improved the way I view my self-worth and finally know I am worthy of caring for my needs (and putting said needs first without guilt).
And so are you.
I’m a proud recovering people-pleaser and 2015 graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. My work has been featured on major media outlets such as Bustle, Hello Giggles, and Elite Daily.
Interested in working together? Learn more about my online self-care courses.