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EP: 3 & 4 Self-care Queen Georgia Dodsworth

It's Self-Care Awareness Week (13th-19th Nov) and this week I'm joined by the founder of The World of Self-Care, Georgia Dodsworth.


Key Takeaways:

  • What tools you can use to track your time.

  • How to pick your freelance projects and how to set your rate.

  • Why you shouldn't say yes to all opportunities.

  • Deciding when to take time out and utilising self-care tools.

  • Having a very clear and effective routine.

In this week's episode, Georgia shares her journey with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) and explains how she became a successful freelancer while studying at university. This episode tackles a lot of heavy topics including suicidal ideation, self-harm and hospitalisation. We also discuss the importance of having a self-care routine and the value of activating your different senses when putting together a self-care plan. We explore how taking time out for self-care can help you to be more productive and well-adjusted, and to feel less anxious.


In this episode, we talk about how Georgia set up her own self-care routine. Georgia is extremely well organised when it comes to planning her days and she explains how this discipline has helped her BPD. Georgia's routine includes:

  • Using a Lumie light alarm.

  • Writing Morning pages to get all her thoughts out on paper at least 3 times per week.

  • Creating a to do list/ plan for her day.

  • Applying makeup to feel ready.

  • Not working in bed.

Special mentions: 


Natrellatree.com who sent me a free self-care tree. Check out Toggl to help you clock in and out of your projects. My personal favourite app for the Pomodoro technique is Goodtime on Android.


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