We help professionals decrease burnout and stress with sustainable self-care practices that support a fulfilling life at work and at home.
You do so much for others, and we’re here to support you.
I’m Ami Kunimura, founder of The Self-Care Institute.
We provide support for professionals experiencing burnout. We offer resources for burnout prevention and self-care support for individuals and for teams and organizations.
Burnout has become a global issue, and the care you give to yourself matters just as much as the care you give to others. It’s not always easy these days to maintain self-care, and you don’t have to figure this out alone.
Take a deep breath in, and exhale. . .
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Take A Moment is an email you’ll receive from Ami every Wednesday to help you pause in the middle of your week and take a breath.
Take A Moment will provide you with simple self-care reminders and support with the latest in self-care research, but without overwhelming you with information.
Our hope is that Take A Moment can give you compassionate and consistent self-care nudges, so that these nudges can create small shifts, and these small shifts can lead to lasting positive change.
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