Dear fellow highly sensitive person and/or empath;
My name is Anne-Kathrin, and I am someone a lot like you…
I am a highly sensitive, deeply empathic 30-year-old woman who loves the holiday season. Enjoying the beautiful Christmas lights while sipping on a cup of hot chocolate under my blanket… heaven!
Sadly, I’ve experienced holiday seasons where I did not find time to do half of the things I enjoy doing during the holidays because I was stuck in a state of overwhelm, finishing last-minute to-do’s and worrying about whether I forgot something.
I struggled to find a balance between me-time and ‘thinking about everybody else and everything else’-time. The latter dominated my holiday season, leaving me overwhelmed, exhausted, and frustrated.
Maybe you can relate…
I tried to focus more on myself and my needs by scheduling me-time in the calendar. I sat down with my hot chocolate and a blanket, put on some Christmas music, and even turned off my phone, but yet I couldn’t feel relaxed and enjoy the moment and reduce the overwhelm within me. I kept thinking about everything I still had to do and remember.
But then, I made a marvelous discovery that changed everything… On a whim, I created a system that helped me to reduce the overwhelm I’d been struggling with during the past holiday seasons. And what happened next was absolutely astounding…
The overwhelm was gone! Poof!
At first, I was somewhat cautious, thinking it was a coincidence. But the overwhelm did not return throughout the entire holiday season. And even better, I actually was able to enjoy that cup of hot chocolate!
Fast forward three years and the overwhelm has not returned and I still enjoy each holiday season in a more mindful and peaceful way. Finally, I was able to experience the holiday season like I did when I was a little child – without stress and exhaustion. Pure magic!
So, what was this marvelous discovery that helped me to reduce overwhelm during the holiday season? Simple: I developed a clear system that later on turned into a big bundle of valuable holiday resources for me as a highly sensitive person/empath: a 50-page holiday planner printable!
Now, before you think I’m overexaggerating, I can assure you I am not. Take a look…
If you’d like to start seeing the same results as me, then you’re going to want to purchase this Holiday Planner Printable right away. Here what you get when you order now…
This holiday planner printable is designed to help highly sensitive people and empaths reduce overwhelm, focus on what’s important and decrease stress. It’s different from other holiday planner printables because it is designed specifically for sensitive souls and focuses on the things that truly matter during the holiday season.
Here’s what you get:
✅ You’ll get undated monthly, weekly and daily planning sheets to reuse every year;
✅ You’ll discover what to focus on and reflect on your progress in the designated reflection sheets;
✅ You’ll receive 16 must-have Christmas lists to organize your holiday season;
✅ You’ll be invited to journal on the guided journaling pages;
✅ You’ll receive helpful self-care ideas and grounding tips for this holiday season;
✅ You’ll get inspired by our HSP-friendly/Empath-friendly ’25 days of Christmas fun’ and be able to make your own ’25 days of’-list;
✅ You’ll be able to reduce the mental overwhelm of this year’s holiday season and focus on what’s truly important!
This is the part that’s going to have you grinning from ear to ear. That’s because the holiday planner printable is accessible to you for only 9,99 USD!
Imagine waking up on Christmas morning and being able to truly enjoy this year’s holiday season without all the overwhelm, just like I did! It’s possible, and you don’t have to imagine it. All you have to do is take the first step and click here to order. You’ll be glad you did!
Please note that because this is a digital download, we do handle a no-refund policy. However, if you happen to have issues with your downloads or have suggestions for additions to the planner, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!