So who does care for the carers?

Well, I do, and if you are caring for a loved one as I did, you will know how hard it is. So many of us are often struggling behind closed doors whilst unknowingly putting our own health and happiness on the back burner.

So I have written a book to share insight and stories to help other carers not only remain healthy but to start enjoying life again.

If you’re caring for a loved one, it’s time to start caring for yourself.

– Sara Challice

Sara Chalice

If you would like details of my uplifting book which gives insight and advice on how to ensure you remain healthy and happy whilst looking after a loved one, plus a newsletter with continued support, please feel free to subscribe below.

Thank you for signing up. As soon as my book, ‘Who Cares?’ is ready, I will be in touch with the details.

I will also be emailing out my Newsletter for carers and creating videos, so please do keep your eye out for those in case they end up in your junk box.


Please click to listen to interviews with carers, anonymously, to discuss openly and frankly a number of topics to help others in a similar situation.



After falling ill from the stresses of caring, I discovered guided meditation helped relax me.Not only does is help calm and settle the mind and body, it also helps to heal and give clarity.I have created a 5 minute and 10 minute meditation which I hope helps.

You don’t need to sit cross-legged to enjoy these! Just and a comfy chair in a quiet place, or if you are feeling exhausted you can lay down.

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