Celebrate Yourself

Feel Appreciated and Encouraged Every Day

A Free 10-Day Challenge

How the Celebrate Yourself Challenge Works

It's disheartening to have all the good things about who we are and what we do go unacknowledged. Too often we reserve celebration for the really big stuff or for when everything is done and perfect.

What if instead you practiced simple ways to value yourself, recognize your efforts, and encourage yourself along the way?

That's why I put together a free 10-day Celebrate Yourself Challenge.

During the challenge we'll experiment with ways to bring more celebration into our day-to-day lives so we can show ourselves appreciation and encouragement in a way that feels authentic.

When you’re done with this challenge, you’ll know more about what keeps you from celebrating, how regular celebration benefits you in your daily life, and what feels like authentic celebration for you.

Daily Reflections

Each daily reflection exposes a reason celebrating ourselves feels squirmy and explores a way celebration helps us feel more valued and encouraged.

Simple Prompts

Celebration doesn’t have to be flashy. Simple prompts help you practice celebrating in your day-to-day as you discover what feels like authentic celebration for you.

Safe Community

Let’s cheer each other on! Everything takes place in our pop-up private Facebook group so we can practice celebrating and being celebrated in a safe community.

Want to know when the next Challenge is starting? Join the waitlist.

I can't wait to celebrate with you!

Before the challenge, I didn't really celebrate myself, and when I did I felt that I was being prideful and would worry that it wasn't an okay thing to do. I see now that celebration is an important part of life and that it can help me to show up fully in my relationships. It doesn't take away from my celebration of others, but instead helps me to be in a place where I'm more fully able to appreciate others because I'm recognizing and celebrating myself. I appreciated that the challenge prompts were always pretty simple to complete, and not too time consuming, but they were still profound. I really benefited from the community aspect of the Facebook group.


In the past, I tended to concentrate on what I had to do or what I was doing that could be better. Through the challenge I learned to celebrate myself no matter how small my behaviors, thoughts, or actions are. It is important to take the time for ourselves to realize that what we do and how we feel needs to be recognized and be aware of our actions and thoughts.


Celebrating myself felt selfish, in a way. There was very little of it in my life out of fear of looking self-aggrandizing. Through the challenge I realized that celebration is actually self-care. It is positive, not negative. Now I'm noticing things daily to celebrate. I would recommend this challenge to anyone. We all could do with more celebration in our lives.


I definitely had a part that doesn’t think anything I do is celebration worthy—I still have it but also have leaned in to doing it anyway and flexing that celebration of myself muscle. I like the idea of celebration as a daily—very simple—practice. This challenge reminded me to practice it, and really feel it. I would recommend the Celebrate Yourself challenge to folks who just don’t like the idea of celebrating themselves because they think they are unworthy of celebration—what they do doesn’t amount to a hill of beans. The challenge provided accountability and the camaraderie of celebrating with others and supporting others. The support and cheerleading from Johanna was amazing and very thoughtful.