Episode 39: Creativity, Self Care & Mental Health with Sarah Steckler


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Sarah is a Creative Self-Love Coach who helps women take control of their lives by taking care of themselves. While this seems simple enough, Sarah understands the barriers to change we all can face, including self-doubt, guilt, feeling emotionally overwhelmed, and anxiety that comes with transitions and change. As a writer, journal lover, and creatively obsessed sticker collector, she loves to spend her free time wandering through nature and forest bathing, cuddling up with her English Bulldog, and planning her next Netflix binge! She’s also huge animal lover who dreams of one day opening up her own cow sanctuary and dreams of creating her own self-care journal for others.

You can connect with Sarah here: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram |

LinkedIn | Free Self Care Course





  • The relationship between creativity and self love
  • Why women struggle with self love
  • Sarah’s advice for anyone looking to add more creativity and find self love in their life
  • The biggest things Sarah has learned in starting a business
  • What Sarah’s self – love journey looks like





When I'm not recording episodes, writing bullshit-free Sunday pep Talks to my wonderful Couragemakers community or working 1:1 with clients, I'm usually covered in paint and thinking of imaginative ways of hide my would-be dog from my landlord. 


I’m Meg and I’m the host of Couragemakers and founder of That Hummingbird Life. I’m an INFJ creative and multipassionate who has a bit of a notebook and post-it note obsession, loves foot-stomping country music and likes her hot chocolate with way too much chocolate.

I started Couragemakers because I wanted to create a platform for passionate and unconventional women to have honest conversations and to share their stories, struggles and dreams. The intention behind this podcast is to inspire and encourage creative and mission-driven women to live a wholehearted life and follow the beat of their drum.



Meg Kissack