Subtitle Lessons from a Self-Care Savage

Scott Tatum
Price $18.00 / £14.00
Description Description Be your own hero by becoming a Self-Care Savage!

Self-proclaimed Self-Care Savage, hiker, explorer, and founder of Ucan Outdoors, Scott Tatum is here to help you find your way back to yourself. In Friendly Reminders, Scott reminds us that life is tough, but meeting challenges with discipline, determination, a positive attitude, and mindfulness can lead you to a meaningful life that will inspire others. With 140 friendly reminders and practical advice, you’ll learn how to prioritize yourself and your well-being by entering the Self-Care Savage journey of self-healing.

In this useful guide, you’ll enter a trail of self-confidence so that you can live a more peaceful and happier life. You’ll be reminded to put yourself first and build a strong self-worth while getting a dose of daily inspiration on the themes of:
  • Self-Care
  • Forgiveness
  • Self-Worth
  • The Present Moment
  • Healing
  • Leadership
  • Failure

Friendly Reminders is inclusive to both men and women of all ages. No matter how old we get, we could all use a little bit more guidance, and with his words of wisdom, Tatum is here to help. Take a peek at some of the powerful sayings you can find inside:
  • If you’re not willing to get it wrong, you’ll never get it right!
  • Anything that costs you your mental health is too expensive.
  • What others think of you is none of your business!

Take accountability of your own self-growth and hike your way into a better you.
Format Paper Over Board 192 Pages
ISBN 9781631069338
Size5.71 in x 7.68 in / 145.03 mm x 195.07 mm
Published Date September 12th, 2023
Scott Tatum
Outdoor enthusiast and mental health advocate Scott Tatum utilizes the outdoors for his own form of therapy and creates a platform to deliver powerful messages that bring a whole new spin to the ideas of self-care and healing. A father, nomad, hiker, explorer, and founder of @ucanoutdoors, he is a self-professed “self-care savage” and firmly believes that you can’t pour from an empty cup. When he’s not out wandering, Scott calls Dallas, Texas, home.
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