Escape burnout culture for good.

(without having to resort to ditching your life and going to live in a cabin in the woods)

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We live in a system where being a good woman requires us to work hard and consume material things, get busy, stay busy, push through. Hustle.

We’re told that these things will lead to happiness and success.

In fact, it means that our culture is a set up for burnout.

I’m Felicia B. and I work with high-achieving women who are struggling with overwhelm, exhaustion, and burnout and are ready to rise out of the ashes and get their lives back. For good.

80% of burnout is cultural.

Meaning – it’s not your fault.

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