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.
As 2015 comes to an end I’ve been reflecting on the year gone by, including this space — my little corner of the Internet.
When I publish a blog post I never really know what is going to be a hit, and honestly I try not to even think about the outcome at all when I publish here (detatchment has been a profound lesson for me this year). But it has been super interesting to discover what posts had the biggest impact on you this year.
And on that note, here are the 10 most-read posts on my site for this year…
It’s November Link Fest time!
Side note: I cannot believe it’s been one year since I posted my first Link Fest.
Anway, here are the best things I’ve read on the Internet recently including how to be mindful when you suck a meditating, why social media isn’t the problem, advice on how to be generous, rewarding yourself (without food or shopping) and a reminder that you haver permission to do whatever you want.
Plus some awesome things you should know about and a mini taking stock of what’s been going on in my life recently.
∞ How to be an overnight success — the real answer.
∞ I loved Elizabeth Gilbert’s perspective on dealing with critics.
∞ Ask yourself: What if you didn’t give up?
It’s time for this month’s Link Fest!
I’ve rounded up the best things I came across on the Internet during the month, including articles about the secret to happiness, abundant sacrifices, dealing with disappointment, why spontaneity makes life better, how to make your mornings brighter, and why your spiritual practice won’t stop bad things from happening to you, and more.
Plus I’ve also done a mini taking stock of what’s been going on in my life.
∞ Stuck in a rut? Here’s 7 tips to help get you unstuck.
∞ Loved this: The Secret to Happiness (plus it has an awesome reference to 500 Days of Summer!)
∞ An incredible conversation about fear, creativity, and so much more (I’ve already listened to it twice, it’s that good!)
At the end of every month I usually round-up all the awesome things that I read during the month and share them in a Link Fest.
This month — between putting my own creativity first (I’m currently working on an awesome free gratitude e-course for you) and going on holiday to Magnetic Island — I haven’t really been spending much time reading on the Internet.
However, recently I have read a few things that really struck a cord with me, and I would love to share them with you today.
So here are 5 of the best things I came across on the Internet this month (in no particular order — because they are ALL awesome!) And I’ve included a little reflection and elaboration from me as well.
It’s July Link Fest time!
There are so many great things I read on the internet this month and I can’t wait to share them with you.
This round-up includes an epic pep talk, what it’s like to be a YA author, an awesome 4 minute productivity trick, what to do when your bad at what you love, an unusual love story, finding your voice online, creative advice from Groundhog Day, what you should know before chasing your dreams and so much more…
This Link Fest is a round-up of some of the best things I’ve read on the internet in the past couple of months, that I think you will enjoy too.
This edition contains awesome articles including what Taylor Swift can teach you about life, an empowering account of nude yoga, confessions of a quiet achiever, the power of words and owning it, how to write when you feel like you’ve got no time to, musings on creativity, how procrastination can actually be productive and much more.
∞ Feel like you’ve got no time to write? Here’s 5 ideas that will help.
∞ A truly empowering account of nude yoga and the lessons that came from the experience.
∞ Are you a Taylor Swift fan? I am! And here’s some inspiring things you can learn from her.