My Gift To You: Free And Fabulous Self-Help For 2014

If you’re anything like me (I’m a horrible millennial and assume everyone is), then you’ve kicked off the new year with some really small and humble resolutions—like completing overhauling your life, and turning into a brand new person.

Well, do I have the self-help for you!

The following links are the best on the internet for everything that ails you—from learning to love your body, to how to balance a budget.


Centre for Clinical Interventions

This website is packed to the rafters with gold standard help for pretty much anything you can think of—including my vice of choice: procrastination.

Everything has been developed by clinical psychologists, it’s evidence-based, and it’s awesome.

If you’re into worksheets, this is the self-help for you. You won’t find better resources anywhere even if you pay for it—I highly recommend.


If you’re on the anxious side but you don’t want to slog through worksheets, then AnxietyBC is the place for you.

The youth section in particular is a playground of fun—quizzes, virtual tours and all.

This site is a surprisingly super way to learn about living with with your inner anxious bear.


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Mood Juice

If you want a holistic approach to living well, this is the website for you.

Mood Juice includes practical tips for living (like not spending all your money every pay-day), how to have good relationships, living a healthy lifestyle, and finding meaning in life.

You don’t need to be in the ranks of cray to use this site—it includes tips on everyday things we all encounter (like getting enough sleep). It also includes some really good information on dealing with difficult situations, like living with pain, and dealing with bereavement.


We’d love to hear about your New Years resolutions—tweet us @litdarling

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