How are you bringing closure to 2022?

Uncategorized Dec 13, 2022

Thank you for all your kind wishes regarding the book I told you about last week. How lovely to be connected with such exceptional people like you.

In other news, it’s time for the 2 most powerful events of the year in Courageous Self-Care Land and you’re invited. Here’s the scoop.

Event #1- 2022 Courageous Self-Care Year-End Retrospective December 27

Can you really move forward if you haven’t taken some time to consciously look back?

This will be the fourth year that I’ve done a Year End Retrospective. I can’t imagine not doing it anymore because I’ve discovered that by taking the time to sit down and review the year, you learn so much about yourself and how you showed up during the year. 

From there, you set new intentions for the upcoming year, keeping the habits that have clearly worked. Although the last few years have been *interesting, they’ve been the best of my life, and I attribute that to consciously reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future with anticipation and excitement, as we do during this process.

There are all sorts of other reasons to do a Year End Retrospective, and if you’d like to learn more (and have a laugh or perhaps even a guffaw or two), head over to the full description by clicking here. 

Basically, by doing the Year End Retrospective, you’ll understand that you’re a much more awesome person than you thought and you’ll have all sorts of evidence. If that’s appealing, please join us.


Event #2 Conscious New Years Eve Celebration December 31 

(in the morning, at least in North America, so you can still celebrate in the evening)

I used to loathe New Years, because it felt so artificially shiny to me. One can only get so excited about a giant ball reacting to gravity in Times Square, especially when sitting alone in the dark (speaking from personal experience, obviously). 

Then, a few years ago, I got a lot more mindful about December 31st and started doing sacred rituals to complete the energy of the year and set the stage for a fresh start. 

That felt a whole lot better and now I love New Years. I’ll be hosting a live virtual celebration filled with ritual and mindful processes to help you let go of what you no longer need so that 2023 starts off all fresh and clean. 

If that sounds intriguing (or weird) to you and you’d like to find out more, click here. I made a lovely page to (sort of vaguely) explain what we’ll be doing and why it’s wonderful. I like to keep it kind of sacred/secret so it has the element of surprise as well. Don’t worry, it won’t be that weird. (At least not to me ;)


Oh- if you want to attend both events, there’s a lovely deal. Just email me back to request the super secret link.


Some comments from past participants:

Thank you so much. You have given me so much to accomplish by checking in with myself. ~Judi

I appreciate the review & how many goals I’ve achieved. Planning fun time is something I intend to do more in my life. I didn’t know it was missing until now. ~Virginia

I’m proud of myself for having accomplished so much this year. In total gratitude for the exquisite design of the session. Thank you for doing this Christina. You have been a great facilitator and very empowering. ~Colette

I can see I've grown to be so much kinder and gentler with myself! What a gift. This session was OUTSTANDING! ~Heather

This has been a very practical experience I love it, it is the best thing that I’ve done this year! I have actually done some amazing things this year without realizing it. Thanks a lot! ~Jacqui

This session has helped me see that I have received a lot of my intentions and goals and it’s helped me to accept and love myself! Thank you for helping me to open up to receive all the good that’s coming to me. ~Linda

More miracles are occurring than I realized. I’m taking more steps toward my goals than I had realized. My takeaway is a wonderment at how far I have come. ~Tracy


I hope you will join us. 

With reflective love and conscious courage,


>Creator of Courageous Self-Care

>Huge fan of fresh starts (after proper closure and completion)

>Recently published What Makes a Dancer (my first children's book!)