Shed discomfort and distraction so entering your workspace feels like a beautiful invitation and you can slip right into the zone—without wasting thinking and action time.

Harness the potential energy of your workspace and body habits as fuel for powerful flow and focus.

Feel Good Where You Work

The Feel Good Where You Work Workbook is a guided way to discover: 

  • What you really want out of your home workspace
  • What sources of friction are holding you back from your best work
  • How to easily tweak and transform your space so you can be more focused, work more efficiently and creatively, and still have energy left at the end of the day for all the non-work people and fun you love

…even if you don’t have a lot of spare time or funds to invest in a big redecoration

...and even if your home office is really a messy corner of your living room where everyone in the family tries to dump their own crap. 

The Workbook is for you if you: 

  • Work from a home office (or aspiring corner)
  • Do big-thinking or creative work—maybe you’re a coach, consultant, entrepreneur, writer, editor, or other business owner
  • Are tired of insidious action barriers holding you back from easeful and focused work
  • Are ready to try a new perspective to getting your workspace working for you, so you can free up your brain to fly

The bad news: One-on-one workspace coaching (as detailed below) is unavailable while I'm on maternity leave during summer 2024.

The good news: After years of this one-on-one work helping folks get a fresh perspective on their home workspace and tweak it to actually work *for* them, starting at $200/hour…

I’ve created the Feel Good Where You Work Workbook to give you a straightforward DIY way to achieve similar results all on your own

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My desk is a tiny workspace in the corner of the main living area of my home. It becomes a dumping ground for family members as they walk past. I didn't feel excited to sit down to work and I never felt particularly creative.

After Feel Good Where You Work, my desk felt about 100 times bigger and I could see that the things that made it hard for me to get going were blocks that I could pick up and move. 

I can now sit down and get going straight away. I'm also not looking at my desk like its the corner of doom anymore! 

Clair Stevenson
marketing coach,

Good news: with a dose of caring attention, a fresh set of eyes, and a few thoughtful tweaks, we can open the doors to some seriously satisfying and comfortable concentration and creativity.

Habitually reluctant to sit down to work

Hit in the face with a sense of dread when you open your office door (or enter your office corner/closet/edge of the dining room table)

Procrasti-tidying your desk...every single avoid the work itself

Feeling lethargic, uncomfortable, or unfocused during work sessions

Plagued by the nagging feeling you could be doing more

Unable to shut out distractions like chores or your partner yakking on their own Zoom call in the next room

Curled up like a shrimp when you do settle into a flow

Beyond acknowledging clutter, do you think about your workspace’s impact on how productive, focused, and creative you are? Did you know that discomfort, pain, and physical barriers to action take up a huge part of your brain’s energy? 

That’s all too easy to forget in the mess and busyness of everyday life, especially when we work from home. 

If you're:

Our physical environment and our bodies are essential parts of our creative work—even for writers, editors, entreprenuers, consultants, and coaches.

I lived in the fantasy that I could ignore my body and my environment if I kept pushing forward to meet a deadline. I’ve only recently realized how this neglect of my body and environment has actually fed into my writing procrastination, writer's block, and sense of alienation in my own space. 
The Feel Good Where You Work session with Hannah was exactly what I needed. Hannah is a tremendous collaborator: she asked questions that guided me to devise the solutions that I needed for myself, rather than prescribing or mandating what I ought to do. 
From the pre-session questionnaire to the post-session action plan, the session was carefully structured without feeling rigid. During the session itself, I showed her my writing spaces, talked about how my body feels when I write, and brainstormed possible scaffolded plans to get to the goals we identified. 
I'm especially grateful for the very thorough action plan that she wrote for me, since I tend to get really overwhelmed by how much I have to do. 
I have already gifted a session to a fellow writer and academic. Such a valuable investment in my professional and personal wellbeing!

Michelle Decker
writer and academic

Set every part of yourself up for success.

Get ideas into the world with more focus, ease, energy, and comfort.

Why I can help:

Hi, I’m Hannah. As a nonfiction editor and writing coach, I help folks turn bold ideas into compelling books and build sustainable, enlivening creative practices. Yes, I’m totally a word nerd.

I’m also a body nerd: I’ve been a professional dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher, as well as a nationally Board-Certified massage therapist. There are few things I love more than watching someone light up in understanding from a new connection to their body. 

I’ve seen in my massage clients and my writing clients—and I know from personal experience!—how much pain derails the brain. And a body that's dragged down by friction or barriers to action in a space drags the mind down in turn, even if there's no pain involved.

I’ve also seen how much relief is available, and the amazing way that tending to the body and to how you interact with your space turbocharges creative work. 

Questions? Drop me a line. I'd love to chat, though I'll be slow to respond during leave.

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A Feel Good Where You Work session with Hannah is a must for anyone looking to get the most out of their workspace. 
Like many people, I work from home and am making the most of the space I have. Hannah asks the perfect questions to have you reflecting on why your environment is how it is and how it makes your body and mind feel. She helped me rethink my schedule and ways to take breaks and bring more energy into my day.

Since our session, I've made simple but transformational adjustments to my habits and space. I can't recommend Hannah's Feel Good Where You Work session enough!