It’s time for the first Link Fest of 2019!
This edition includes articles on planting seeds for future self, asking for help, turning hobbies into businesses (or not!), what it’s really like to work from home and a couple of articles I haven’t been able to stop thinking about ever since I read them.
I love discovering what other people are loving/reading/watching/obsessed with, which is why each year I post a new Infinite List on my site (inspired by Alexandra Franzen’s Love Lists).
Here is my Infinite List for 2018. It contains my favourite books, tv shows, movies, podcasts, meditations, plus some random things I loved this year as well.
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.
Here’s the Feel Good Christmas Gift Guide for 2018 that I’ve curated for you.
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!
It’s time for another Link Fest!
This edition includes articles about loving your body, a reminder that this is it, how to use Instagram to make you happier and your life better (yes, really!), why you don’t need permission to live your life, the huge issue that the personal development world is not focused on, how to (truly) measure a day, a slowing down meditation and so much more.
I was watching the latest episode of The Good Place with my boyfriend (it’s one of our favourite shows at the moment) when I heard these words, “Humans only live 80 years, and they spend most of it just waiting for things to be over.”
On February 21st in 2014 I officially signed up for my life coach training with the Beautiful You Coaching Academy.
I was so afraid of hitting that ‘enrol’ button and what becoming a life coach would mean for me and my life.
I was 21 years old at the time and a full-time student studying psychology at university. I had no idea how it was all going to work out, how I was going to use my life coach certification and how it would fit with my degree and my future career.
I first became interested in personal development when I was 12 years old. It was like discovering a whole new world (yes, just like the Aladdin song!). It made me realise that you could intentionally make your life better and ever since then I’ve been interested in personal development and positive psychology.
It’s time for another Link Fest!
This edition includes articles about ideas for random acts of kindness, saying YES to your dream every day, what to do when you want to quit your job/degree, why quiet is a superpower, owning your accomplishments, travelling solo, finding balance when you’re busy and more.
A couple of weeks ago I attended ‘Women In Business: The New Way’ at One Roof Women in Melbourne. It was really special to be in a room full of women who are (or who want to be!) in business.
The panel was made up 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. My biggest reminder/takeaway was that we can all do business in our *own* way.
It was awesome to have the different insights, perspectives and experiences of the six women, who each have their own approach to doing business. Here are my notes and ‘takeaways’ from the event…