It's tough to be ambitious and dealing with limitations
But just because you have limitations—whether they be caregiving responsibilities, disability, chronic illness, or any other life circumstance that causes you to feel fenced in—doesn’t mean you can’t kick ass, too.
“[Esmé Weijun Wang] finds light in her daily quest to help others create, despite the limitations they may face.”
Part of my work at The Unexpected Shape is to provide resources for ambitious people living with limitations to build resilience, excellence, and legacy. And if that sounds like you, you’re in the right place.
I’m also a woman who lives with chronic illness, including late-stage Lyme disease and schizoaffective disorder. These conditions create boundaries for my life; they also inspire me to guide and support others who are dealing with difficult times.Visit the Blog
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Productivity Journaling with Limitations
Love analogue planning, or wish to figure out how to start? Are you an ambitious person living with limitations, such as chronic illness, mental health challenges, or caretaking responsibilities? This elegant workbook will show you the methods I use to do my morning planning and journaling. & once you’ve received Productivity Journaling with Limitations: The Morning Ritual, you’ll also receive With Love & Squalor—monthly love letters from me about life, resilience, and making the most of our days.