Ditch New Year’s Resolutions and Join the “Become Your Own Rescuer” Challenge

I often get asked if January is my busiest time at Urbanfitt and gladly answer, NO. New Year’s Resolutions often feed the cycle of shame that is core to addictive or compulsive behaviours.


In fact, periods of deprivation or hyper controlled behaviours fuel (and unconsciously justify) periods of compulsive/addictive cycles.

Instead of a New Year’s Resolution, resolve to know your heart and soul better and put your self-care at the top of your to do list in 2016 in my:


Small daily practices can change your mind, body and soul in a much more holistic and lasting way.  

Follow me on Instagram now to join the challenge.  There’s a big prize at the end (apart from feeling more empowered and embodied)!

Instead of waiting for something to happen to make our lives better or for someone to do something for us we could have been doing for ourselves, we become our own rescuers and do what we could do for ourselves all along.  Put our self-care at the top of our list of to dos.

How it works:

I’ll send out a new simple and easy to accomplish self-care challenge every morning.

You take a picture of you completing the challenge.

You post the picture with hashtag #yourownrescuer or #janeclapp


The post that best embodies ‘Becoming your own rescuer’ will win the prize of

A personal online holistic fitness coaching session valued at $135 and a ‘Become your own rescuer’ t-shirt.



What have you got to lose.  Let’s do this!

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2 Responses to Ditch New Year’s Resolutions and Join the “Become Your Own Rescuer” Challenge

  1. Anita January 2, 2016 at 1:20 am #

    Hi, I’m interested in doing your challenge but don’t have instagram. Is there another platform that I can use?

    Thank you in advance and Happy new Year.

    • Jane Clapp January 2, 2016 at 2:51 am #

      Thanks for your interest. At this point, it’s just an instagram challenge. I’ll be posting the teleseminar that introduced and explained the challenge. Stay posted! Happy New Year.

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