Free Tools

Want some free stuff to help you kick your stress and make more room for happiness?

Access the Free Resources Library and choose your favorite one(s). Yes! You can choose all of them! Why would I give all of this away? I love to help you beat the stress and invite joy and happiness into your life... So let's start!

What kind of materials do you find in this Free Resources Library?

You find checklists, workbooks, cheat sheets, challenges, and training on how to decrease your stress and anxiety and, of course, how to add joy and happiness.

 

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Some examples of free materials:

A FREE TOOL FOR MORE A PRODUCTIVE DAY, WEEK, MONTH and YEAR

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Who am I and why I'm eligible giving these tools to you?

I'm Tuuli Paaksi, the founder of Become Happy Stay Happy - a place where fempreneurs come to get easy-peasy tools to bring more ease, joy, and happiness into their lives. 

I'm a mother of two and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience.

I missed easy tools.  Tools which could ease my stress and anxiety and help me get things done quickly.  You probably know this constant time crunch where you have a huge to-do list of critical tasks, and your own well-being somehow isn’t on it, but instead is on the maybe-some-other-time list?  So after the birth of my second child when my depression was the deepest, and I seriously considered leaving this world, I stumbled upon some practical tools, which had unexpected benefits for me. As a result, I started to see glimpses of light in the total darkness. I began to remember what it was like to feel happy. And of course, I began to study more and more. I learned new tools, new techniques and new ways to relieve my stress until it became a habit for me (both learning and reducing my stress).   And then it became my new passion. 

In case you are interested in reading more about my experience click here.