Question cards ‘Me Time’ – 52 deep questions for refleciton & conversation on self-care and mindfulness
The metaFox deep questions curate 52 meaningful questions into insightful categories in one card set. The deep questions ‘Me Time’ bring meaningful questions on self-care back into our lives to support self-exploration and facilitate growth. Available in German.
✔ 52 meaningful questions for self-care and mindfulness
✔ Questions divided into three categories to help deepen self-knowledge and project this knowledge into life
✔ Two levels of intensity: turquoise cards have surface-level questions and dark blue cards have deeper questions that can elicit a stronger emotional response
Coaching, soft skills training, icebreakers in training, self-care training, seminars, leadership training, life coaching, therapy and counselling
- 52 coaching cards and an overview card with suggestions for how to use them
- Compact format (4.3 in x 2.7 in | 11 cm x 7.0 cm) and rounded corners, front with matt lacquer for an elegant look and feel
- Stable 400g cardboard from 100% FSC certified source
metaFox deep questions 'Me Time'
coaching cards for self-care
The metaFox deep questions curate 52 meaningful questions into insightful categories in one card set. The deep questions ‘Me Time’ are coaching cards focused on self-care to support self-exploration and facilitate growth.
What makes the content unique?
The ‘Me Time’ card set is a selection of self-care questions carefully curated with the help of a professional psychologist and self-care expert. The questions in the categories Your life experience and Your inner world encourage reflection and exploration of our past experience and inner landscape, while those in Engaging & action help us examine how we engage (and would like to engage) with ourselves and the world.
The use of deep questions 'Me Time'
The deep questions ‘Me Time’ can be used for individual reflection, conversation games and in training and coaching. The distribution of the 52 cards into three helpful categories and two-levels of intensity offer various frameworks for use.
For individual reflection
Make the cards your tool in bringing meaningful experience into your everyday life. Use the questions for your journal entries by answering one at a time and writing down what comes to mind.
For conversation games
Sort the cards into different decks, for example by category icons or intensity. Take turns and draw from one of the decks. Read the questions out loud and take your time to answer.
For training & coaching
Use the cards as a tool in your session. Maintain a safe space by choosing questions with an intensity color, according to how deep you’d like to go with your participants. Select cards by category depending on your session’s purpose.
Self-care is deliberately taking care of your physical and mental health. This means doing activities that will advance both your short-term and long term well-being and happiness. Moreover, self-care is not just an activity. It is about focusing the mind towards a self-caring approach to life through self-knowledge, self-regulation and introspection.
Self-care done right – meaning doing self-care activities on a regular basis – can have an enormous impact on our lives. These activities can bring rest and relaxation as well as enhance our self-confidence and support healthy relationships.
To summarise, self-care is self-love.
Identifying your needs
If you're asking the question "Where do I start with self-care?", a good answer is to first identify your needs. Understanding your needs requires listening to yourself. You can do this by taking a moment or two to stop and listen to your body, your emotions, your mind.
As you listen more to yourself, understand your needs and plan on how you can best meet them, you'll notice that you have various needs in the different aspects of your life. Committing to act and attend to your needs in all domains of your life is one of the self-care essentials. Self-care is ultimately about finding balance in your life.
Acting on your self-care plan
Following through your self-care plan and doing self-care activities even when it's difficult to do so will reward you with more freedom and less stress in the long run. Though it make take some time to get used to, it will get easier as you enact your self-care on a daily basis. You'll find out that taking care of yourself and your well-being is worth it in the end.
Assessing your self-care
Knowing which self-care activities work best for you and your current situation can be empowering in your self-care journey. Similarly, assessing if your self-care activities are positive or negative can help you in adjust and go for actions that will be good for you in the long-term.
Asking 'Why?' – A method for coaches & therapists
The metaFox deep questions 'Me Time' coaching cards can deepen your client's self-knowledge. You can make make use of the potential of these cards to get to the heart of your client's answer. Read more about this suggested method.
What the co-creator says
The idea of ‘Me time’ cards originated from a personal meaning of self-care and a wish to support others on their unique journey. We created this tool for everyone who wants to attend to their needs, reflect and sit with what comes up. What I love about this deck is that you can play it as a card game with friends, yet it can also serve as a powerful therapy aid. In my work as a psychologist, ‘Me time’ cards help me engage clients in a conversation about self-care and foster deeper connections in the group.