Feeling scrambled by work?

Stay out of the frying pan and don’t get cracked by your work. Take this quiz and discover the best way for you to stay well and whole while pursuing your career.

Is Your job making you SICK?

It doesn’t matter if you’re an entrepreneur or an employee. If the thought of “going to work” makes you wish you were doing anything else, then there’s a good chance your job is scrambling you. Don’t let your job make you sick. Take control and regain your work-life balance.

Lacking energy and feeling uninspired?
Never have any time to do what you want?
Overworked and underappreciated?
Ignored, or worse yet, micromanaged to death?

Sounds like you’re getting scrambled.

The Free-Range Wellness Wheel might have only one section devoted to your occupation, but the truth is, if your job is scrambling you, then your wellness is out of balance. The GOOD NEWS is that you’re in the right place. I can help you bring balance back to your work-life wellness and keep you from getting scrambled. Because let’s be honest, the only thing that’s good scrambled is eggs.

I can help! I’m Kit Caelsto, the Chicken Yogi, and I’ve been both an employee and an entrepreneur, and I know how your life is affected when work makes you scrambled.

I’m passionate about helping people who are often left out of traditional wellness (and yes, that includes workplace wellness) spaces. If you’re neurodivergent, chronically ill, disabled, queer, or some of combination of these, then there’s a good chance that advice that “everyone” gives just doesn’t work for you. Don’t worry. I’m different. I’m nonbinary, multiply neurodivergent, chronically ill, and I identify as disabled. And I want to help you.

Is your job making you sick?

Are you in danger of health problems because of the stress on your job? Facing unexplained stomach aches, joint pains, headaches, and more? Find out if you’re in danger of being scrambled and take control today!

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