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Single Mum Starts A ‘Calm In A Box’ Business To Raise Awareness On Impact Of Stress

Single mum Sarah Markham from Derbyshire has started a ‘Calm in a box‘ business after a long-battle with stress. She aimed to help people learn how to relax and take time for themselves.

She started this business to live her life peacefully after fighting with her own issues because of stress. Sarah wanted to raise awareness of the impacts of stress on the lives of people.

Sarah disclosed that her marriage broke down and she also has a young daughter. She was forced to move out.

She had a lot of stress and anxiety issues and also had a slipped disc in her back. Sarah was in a lot of pain because of her slipped disc and also had sciatica.

Her situation was so bad that she lost feeling in her left leg up to her knee. She also has the responsibility of her young daughter. Single mum said that the link between mental and physical health is the key.

40-years old mother was left alone with the responsibility of her daughter. She experienced stress, anxiety, and many more health conditions.

But the brave mother didn’t give up there. She stood up for herself and for her daughter. Sarah started a ‘calm in a box’ business to not only help herself but also aimed to help people who were fighting with stress and other health conditions.

Sarah makes bespoke gift packages designed to improve well-being as well as online courses, one-to-one coaching, calm workshops, and calm retreats.

Calm in a box provides an opportunity to choose a box with 3 products for £27 or a box with 5 products for £45. One can also add the products of their choice which they think is helpful for the receiver to remain calm.

On the other hand, Calm Coach strives to spread positivity and support wellbeing with individuals, groups, and the wider community.

The Calm Coach provides an online face to face coaching to help individuals with their wellbeing. Calm coach delivers services through a professional team and experienced coaches.


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