I can’t work with everyone but these free downloads and my blogs are a way I can make a different to as many people’s lives as possible.

It’s worth popping back from time to time as I will be adding more free stuff to help you feel good now. If there is any area that you can think of that you’d like as a download, please do drop me a line through social media or via my contact me page.

Free stuff to help you feel good in heart and mind
Inhale the future, exhale the past.

Journal – Life empowerment
Download a printable journal that helps you improve how you feel noticing what you have already, and focusing you on what you really want. Daily small steps that take you forward and looking to the future.

Journal – Release pain
Download a printable journal that will help you monitor your pain and become more aware of how to manage it more effectively.

Journal – Sleep easy
Download a printable journal so that you can become aware of your sleep patterns so you can improve your sleep and have meaningful conversations with health professionals.

How to – Manage your feelings after a heart attack
Having a heart attack is a frightening experience. Once your body is fixed there are still the residual feelings of fear, lack of confidence and anxiety. Download 13 of my tips that helped me thrive emotionally.

How to – Ease your anxiety
Learn about 9 tips and tricks to help ease your anxiety. Download your ‘how to’ guide to find out how. Each tip can take 9 minutes or less to complete.

How to – Soothe your pain and discomfort
Download a ‘how to’ guide with 7 easy ways to soothe your pain and discomfort without medication.

How to – Overcoming insomnia
My information sheet to help you relax and sleep easy. A downloadable ‘how to’ guide with 9 tips to help you get a good nights sleep

Audio download – Guided relaxation
A twenty minute break to drift off and relax, take time out for yourself and let any tension float away. Get yourself comfortable in a chair at a time when you won’t be disturbed. Turn off the phone, place your feet flat on the floor and your hands loosely in your lap. Close your eyes, r … e … l … a … x and breathe. Please do not listen to this when driving or when you need to be alert and awake. Use this recording as many times as you wish, ideally every day, but 3 times a week is a good start.

Cheat Sheet – Sleep easy check list
Download my free check list of 53 things that you can do to help get a good nights sleep. It covers changes you can make to your environment and activities. How you can help your body, to help you sleep and how you can use your mind and thoughts to help you drift off at bedtime.

Cheat Sheet – Cardiac abbreviations
Confused by the terms and acronyms  associated with a cardiac event? I know I was, I hope you find this list helpful.

Cheat sheet – Cardiac medication
Following a cardiac event you may be prescribed some or all of these medications to reduce your risk of having another cardiac event. This is called secondary prevention medication.

Read my blog posts
I write about all the things that I think help you to feel good. I am a believer in it being different strokes for different folks, so give some ideas a try. If they work that brilliant, if not try adapting or just pass on by and try the next one. I’d love it if you would comment and leave any feedback. It would really make my day if you were to share them with friends and family too.

How 2 Feel Good Now Group!
Join with me and others in my Facebook group. It’s for anyone and everyone that wants to feel good now.