Updated: Jan 12
For Mental Health Awareness Month, I'm collaborating with The Outrage on a special Good Life collection of merch:
This limited-edition collection of products is designed to help our community of activists and changemakers choose self-care as we continue to fight for social change.
I’ve been a huge fan of The Outrage and their founder, Rebecca, is someone I truly admire for her passionate commitment to social change.
There's no one I’d rather work with on this important awareness campaign than The Outrage's incredible community of activists and changemakers.
Join us in celebrating the importance of taking care of ourselves as we fight for social change for the long haul. I know it can be exhausting right now and so many of you are doing such incredible work in your schools and communities.
Enjoy because this collection of Good Life merch is dedicated to YOU!
Shop the Collection
AND....Receive A Special Gift!
Spend $100 + you'll get lifetime access to my signature course: WTF is Success?!?
This course on rede fining success is usually valued at $400!
A Message From The Outrage
At The Outrage, we frequently encourage our community to KEEP. SHOWING. UP. and talk a lot about finding your lane and putting the pedal to the metal. We also talk a lot about the importance of self-care and self-preservation in order to be in the movement for the long haul.
But we don’t always talk about what to do when you find yourself running out of gas or, better yet, how to prevent yourself from burnout in the first place.
That’s why we’re teaming up with Jess this May, for Mental Health Awareness Month, introducing The Good Life collection, to help equip you with tools for how to stay in the movement for the long haul. We’ll be sharing resources to add to your toolbox for self + community care and invite you to take what you like and pass it on to a fellow co-conspirator.
In the words of Marlee Grace:
“We need you for the long run. No sprints here, only walks.”
Dive Deeper + Act Now
We hope you remember to rest and refuel.
We’ve put together some additional resources to help!
The Lightmaker's Manifesto
Leadership coach, lawyer, photographer, and activist Karen Walrond knows that when you care deeply about the world, light can seem hard to find.
But when your activism grows out of your joy—and vice versa—you begin to see light everywhere.
by Jamie Varon
Jamie takes a sharp, incisive look at the industries that are constantly telling us to do more, be more, and keep striving, pushing, and hustling—and shows you how to radically opt out of societal conditioning.
Dominant Stories with Jess Weiner
produced by Shondaland Audio and iHeartRadio
Dominant Stories is a conversation series that reclaims and rewrites the stories we’ve been told about ourselves. Through witty, curious, and hopeful conversations with celebrated guests, we’ll challenge + change them.
To get my personal notes where I share the behind-the-scenes of my career and stories I’m not sharing on social media (or anywhere else!) sign up here!