Next week marks One Infinite Life’s 2nd Birthday!
As this week as been approaching, I’ve been reflecting on the past two years — and the monumental moment that I (very nervously) pressed published on my very first post.
Launching this site 2 years ago was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made – in my entire life. And now, I can’t actually imagine what life would be like if I hadn’t starting this blog.
I’ll be sharing more of what I’ve learnt from having this space next week, but for now, to celebrate 2 years of sharing on this site, here’s a round up of the most-read and most popular posts on my site of all-time. Plus I’ve also included a few of my favourite posts as well.
The August Link Fest is here, where I round up the my favourite things I’ve read on the Internet recently.
This edition includes awesome articles on slowing down, creating space and laziness. Plus affirmations to kickstart your day, being happier at work (and why having a job doesn’t make you a failure!), why you’re not too young to chase your dreams, the importance of self-care and so much more.
∞ An important reminder: You’re doing your best.
∞ 10 signs you’re experiencing a quarter life crisis.
∞ How to find gratitude in simplifying.
I’m always amazed at how quickly these Link Fests come around — and how quickly the year is flying by.
But to the point, it’s time for the July Link Fest, where I round up my favourite things I’ve read on the Internet in the past month and share them with you.
This edition includes the powerful shifts that happen when you commit to meditation, why we love stories, how being happier is the key to getting what you want, how to take action when you’re overwhelmed, how to manage when your life feels crazy and more.
∞ Need some motivation to meditate? Here’s 6 powerful shifts that happened after committing to a daily meditation practice.
∞ THIS is what happens when women het out of their heads and into their hearts. Inspiring stuff.
It’s time for the June Link Fest — where I round up my favourite things I read on the Internet in the past month.
This edition includes articles about embracing winter, what to do when things suck, the truth about work/life balance, preparing for your end of year goals, the best apps for self-care, how to do those things you don’t want to do, evening rituals, why empowerment doesn’t make you weak, ignoring your introverted nature, why it’s worth the risk, and so much more.
∞ What to do when things suck.
∞ Here are 21 tips on how to embrace winter.
∞ Why you don’t need to do everything the ‘right’ way.
It’s Link Fest time, where each month I round-up the best and most interesting things I came across on the Internet this month.
This edition includes articles on holding space, the coffee cup meditation method, banking happiness for tough times, minimising, the secrets of successful introverts, night-time routines, stop-doing lists and more.
∞ Thought-provoking read: Is your voice being heard?
∞ 5 valuable PR lessons we can learn from Game of Thrones.
∞ A super insightful post on what life coaching is (and what it’s not).
It’s time for April’s Link Fest, where I round up all my favourite things on the Internet from the past month.
This edition includes awesome articles on what to do when you’re overwhelmed / exhausted / having a bad day / going through a hard time, how to get noticed, the inside story on pushing too hard, how to stop comparing yourself to strangers on the Internet (something I think we’re all guilty of!), everything you ever wanted to know about meditation, and ideas for random acts of kindness. As well as brilliant articles about whitespace, self-awareness, vision boards, feminism, and so much more.
∞ Love this: Cheers to the chicks who did not peak in high school.
∞ Authenticity: What does it really mean?
∞ How to create a DIY inspiration board.
∞ Going through a hard time? Here’s 5 ways to stay grounded.
Last week I was thrilled to have Introvert Week here on the blog!
There were stories from my own life (quite a few!) and insights into what being an introvert has been like for me.
There were recommended resources that have really helped me to learn, understand and honour my introverted nature and tips that have helped me to embrace being an introvert.
And there were insights and interviews with introverts (which has been one of my favourite parts of the week!).
It’s March Link Fest time!
And I’ve got heaps of awesome things to share with you in this edition like closing the gap between who you are and who you want to be, fighting for your joy, the truth about having it all, why it’s okay to be sad, how to have a calmer day and so much more.
∞ Incredible words on fighting for your joy.
∞ Looking for some new reading material? Naomi’s shared 20 book recommendations in celebration of International Women’s Day.
∞ Thinking of working with a coach? Here’s how to go about finding the right coach for you.
February’s Link Fest is here!
This edition includes embracing discomfort, getting real, what to do when you’re not feeling energised by your business, why no one can tell you how to practice self-care (and why it’s okay if it’s not Pinterest-worthy), how to use gratitude to amp up the pursuit of your dreams, why it’s okay if you don’t catch a fish, and so much more.
∞ An incredible conversation about introversion and finding your wild creative side.
∞ I loved these 10 myths on your purpose in life.
∞ Quit talking about it and start doing it.
∞ Think you’re too introverted to speak in public? Read this (You’re not!)
The first Link Fest of 2016 is here!
From being seen, not replying to text messages, insights into the process of writing a book, to saying no, misconceptions about minimalism and the history of Snapchat, this Link Fest is chock full of awesome — and super interesting — articles for you to dive into.
∞ Loved this: An open letter to the person whose text I didn’t reply to.
∞ A beautiful conversation about living a life devoted to love, mastering your mean girl, and so much more.
∞ Loved this: Show up. Be seen.
∞ How to not miss out on your life when you’re working all the time.
∞ An interesting (and useful) insight into the process of writing a book.
∞ 50 simple tips to help you write better.