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).
∞ A little note on being an introvert
∞ Loved these 35 quotes to inspire you to create like a rebel.
∞ I love getting outside as much as I can, so I loved these simple 20 ways to connect with nature.
∞ I agree: Sometimes our stop-doing list needs to be longer.
∞ Loved this: 20 golden reminders for living out loud.
∞ 13 experts on how they hold space for others.
∞ Why your night-time routine is important for your mornings.
∞ Interesting read: How to bank happiness for tough times.
∞ Some really important insights about creatives and copyright.
∞ Why “being positive” isn’t always the answer
∞ This is brilliant: Self-care doesn’t always feel good.
∞ Love this: The coffee cup method of meditation. I do this, but with herbal tea 😉
∞ I love these words by Tara on the trend of slamming younger generations.
∞ What is the ‘big real’ of what you’re doing?
∞ Loved reading about Adele’s thoughts on minimising and why she only owns 3 pairs of socks.
∞ I’m obsessed with making this golden turmeric milk at the moment.
∞ I recently graduating from university and wrote about 9 of the most important things I’ve learnt during the past few year.
∞ I wrote a mega post on how to set goals that will empower you into action, with some free goal-related resources for you. Because I believe that when I have a goal, but I don’t feel inspired by it, I’m way less likely to feel motivated to take action towards it (even if it’s something I really want!).
∞ This month I participated in the Beautiful You Instagram photo challenge, where I gave insights about my workspace (and how I work best), my favourite book at the moment, my best coaching experience and memories as well as why I became a coach. It was really fun to reflect and share — and if you missed it you can check it out here.
PS. You might also like: Being yourself, introversion & hard times.
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