This December Link Fest is a special edition and instead of the usual format it includes a round-up of my most popular posts of 2018.
It’s always so interesting for me to discover what posts you loved the most and also useful when I approach creating content for you in the new year.
And on that note, here are the top 10 posts you loved the most this year, as well as a few of my favourite posts from the year.
This is Part 4 of my ‘Books that have changed my life series’. In this series I share with you books that I have read that I truly think are life-changing and highly recommend.
This is the only one of this series I’ve posted this year and I’m sharing some more life-changing reads, ranging from books about business, to habits, to surrender and courage.
I read a lot and I absolutely love sharing book recommendations, so this is something I’m going to be more intentional about doing in the future.
Read the full post here: Books that have changed my life: Part 4.
I love discovering what other people are loving/reading/watching/obsessed with, which is why each year I create an Infinite List (inspired by Alexandra Franzen’s Love List).
Here is my Infinite List for 2017 which has continually remained one of my most viewed posts this year. It contains my favourite books, tv shows, movies, podcasts, meditations, business tools, plus some random things I loved this year and experiences I enjoyed.
I love sharing my favourite things with you in this way and heads up I’ve got a new Infinite List coming for this year very soon!
Read the full post here: 2017 Infinite List: A collection of my favourite things from this year.
When we’re going through a challenging time that’s when we often need practices like gratitude the most, but often this can be a really hard thing for us to do, which is why I felt like this was an important thing to write about.
In this post I share a personal story about how gratitude helped me when I was going through a challenging time and 4 things that you might like to consider or explore if you’re wanting to be grateful — no matter what is going on in your life.
Read the full post here: How to be grateful when you’re going through a challenging time.
In this post I’m sharing how my first gratitude practice began with a rock (yep, really!) and more about how I discovered how powerful this practice of gratitude could be.
Read the full post here: It all started with a rock…
Instead of doing a usual ‘year in review’ type blog post for 2017 sharing how the year unfolded for me and what I learnt, I decided to do something a little bit different instead.
So in this post I shared 16 of the best things I did in 2017. From little things, to bigger life-changing things, here’s some of the best things I did to make the most of the year.
Read the full post here: Yoga experiments, overcoming fear & essentialism. 16 of the best things I did in 2017.
I wrote this one to remind you keep showing up and keep taking action.
Read the full post here: Keep planting the seeds.
In August I attended ‘Women In Business: The New Way’ event, which included a panel of six incredible women in business — Tash Spencer, Jade Mckenzie, Amy Mackenzie, Johanna Parker, Sammie Fleming and Ellie Swift — who shared their insights on “the new way” of doing business.
It was an inspiring and insightful evening, full of many takeaways and tips, which is why I decided to share my notes and ‘takeaways’ from the event.
Read the full post here: Reflections and Takeaways from Women In Business: The New Way.
In May I attended ‘In Conversation with Kemi and Julie’ for an evening of open and honest conversation about conscious business.
I asked on Instagram if you wanted to hear about my takeaways from the event and the overwhelming response was YES, so based on the notes I took from the evening, here is a round-up of my biggest takeaways from the event.
Read the full post here: In Conversation with Kemi and Julie: My Reflections & Takeaways.
Over the past thirteen years I’ve had varying thoughts about personal development and particularly the personal development industry, which I am now apart of.
In my everyday life I’m often having critical discussions about the personal development industry, questioning everything about it and also being aware of “the dark side” of it as well.
I wish I could sit down with each and every one of you in my community in real life and have these kind of open and honest conversations (with chai of course), which is why I decided to write this post to share with you my beliefs about personal development, my approach as a coach and what you need to know about my beliefs about the work I do.
Read the full post here: This is what I believe.
I love giving thoughtful and intentional gifts and this guide contains a whole lot of gift ideas for the people in your life. Some of these gift ideas are things I already own myself (and love), some are things on my wish list and others are things I have purchased as gifts for others. All of them are awesome!
Read the full post here: Feel Good Christmas Gift Guide: 2018 Edition.
∞ This is what I believe. Because I was really nervous to share this one as it included a lot of things I’ve never publicly written about before, but felt good to share my honest beliefs in this way.
∞ Keep planting the seeds. Because even though it’s simple, I think it’s important to remember the power of continually showing up and taking action.
∞ What are you waiting for? Because it all began with an episode of The Good Place and I love nothing more than getting inspiration from my favourite tv shows and putting a ‘personal development’ spin on it.
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