The term dimensions of wellness comes from the field of public health, with the recognition that each part of life impacts the others, and goals in one area are hindered or helped by other areas. Psychotherapist Allen Wheelis, in How People Change, describes a gradual upward spiral as a way we make progress, which fits with the idea that as you master the basics in various areas, each new habit or accomplishment can support further development in the other life goals important to you.
If the idea of making and tracking goals gives you hives, skip that, but poke around to see if the podcast lists introduce you to an interesting new author or concept. See also the "Recommended" tab for more podcasts.
This is a cafeteria style presentation of the best content I've managed to collect and post so far. There may be something here that fits for this season of your life. There's not one best self help program for everyone. There's not a one-size-fits all religious or spiritual path, relationship type, nutrition program, education style, lifestyle, or answer to the big questions. Pull together the parts that resonate with you at this time.
a customizable plan to visualize important goals step-by-step
goal trackers & worksheets about better mindsets & the big picture
step-by-step: food, sleep, exercise, boost mood, & replace addictions
goal trackers & a spreadsheet to help you get clarity & debt free
step-by-step: calendars, morning routine, prioritizing, & outsourcing
be respectful, set clear boundaries, schedule family & friend time
motivation & strategies for getting your spaces tidy & decluttered
tips on increasing your skill sets, networking capacity, & teamwork
pursuing hobbies, education, a side-hustle, or volunteering