Well-being challenges to help you feel great!

Why You Should Challenge Yourself

Challenges remind you that you’re stronger & more capable than you give yourself credit for! 

When we belive in ourselves, we have confidence and when we have confidence, we perform so much better. 

Building confidence helps build resilience, which is exactly what the world needs right now.

Resilience is important for several reasons; it enables us to develop mechanisms for protection against experiences which could be overwhelming, it helps us to maintain balance in our lives during difficult or stressful periods, and can also protect us from the development of some mental health difficulties and issues. 

All of our challenges help to create healthy lifestyle habits, these matter when it comes to your well-being, and the rewards of regular healthy habits can be seen in a very short space of time.

We have created a number of challenges for a number of circumstances that will help you live, learn and grow. 


Meet The Maker

Jessica is a Life Coach, NLP Practitioner and Hypnotist who helps people to feel happier and less anxious. She is also a mental health warrior and is incredibly passionate about mental health and helping those in need.

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Why I Created This

We all know the benefits that exercise has on the body and mind, what we don't all know is that our minds also play a huge part in our health and life journey. The more you challenge yourself and succeed, the greater your confidence becomes. Challenges don't just help you grow skills and knowledge, they help you grow your belief that you can do what you need to do.

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What to Expect

I offer science backed and evidence based challenges for your wellbeing, physical and mental health. Each challenge is tailored to boost resilience.

Whatever challenge you decide to do, you will be guided through with daily reminders and a supportive community. 

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