One Infinite Life
March 13, 2017

The Vampire Diaries gave me hope during a really challenging time in my life. Here's how:

Do you remember times in your life based on you were reading/watching/listening to at the time?

I always remember times in my life based on what books, music, movies or tv shows I was obsessed with during that time.

For tv shows… The O.C reminds of when I was at high school. Game of Thrones reminds me of my final 6 months of living in Bendigo with my boyfriend while I was at university. The Walking Dead reminds me of when I first moved home to live back with my family.

But the one show that causes the biggest connection with a particular time in my life is The Vampire Diaries.

Here’s why…

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March 8, 2017

A story about how a challenging time in my life helped me to discover how powerful practicing gratitude could be ‎

I’ve been practicing gratitude — with varying levels of devotion — for over a decade now.

And even though gratitude has been apart of my life since I was thirteen, it was only five years ago that I truly realised — and experienced — how very powerful practicing gratitude was.

Here’s how it happened…

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February 26, 2017

"The best self-help is self-compassion.” Here are 16 truthbombs from Danielle Laporte from the Choose To Shine event that impacted me the most…

There’s something so incredible about someone standing in their own power and sharing their whole truth don’t you think?

Someone who does this so very genuinely and powerfully: Danielle LaPorte.

Last Thursday night I got to see Danielle speak at the Choose To Shine event in Melbourne, hosted by the Wake Up Project. To say it was an inspiring evening is an understatement.

The incredible evening was filled with stories and singing with Clare Bowditch (who opened the evening), and then personal stories and incredible insights from Danielle — with #truthbombs galore!

I’ve got so much to share about what I learnt from this night, but first I thought I’d share with you 16 of the (many) truthbombs I took away from hearing her speak — the ones that impacted me the most.

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February 15, 2017

If you're wanting to commit to something new, or make a change in your life, or form a new habit, what if you just showed up? ‎

I first started practicing yoga when I was 13 years old.

My Grandad had suggested I give yoga and meditation a go to see if it would help me wind down and relax so I could sleep better.

Over the past 11+ years I’ve dabbled with practicing yoga — but I’ve never fully committed to a regular practice.

Until now.

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January 18, 2017

The inside scoop about what to expect from me and what I have to offer you in 2017

I’m so excited about what’s to come in 2017! I hope you are too.

I’m writing this to you feeling really inspired about what I want to create and offer you this year.

So today, it’s with great excitement that I’m going to be giving you an overview on what I have to offer you and what you can expect from me in 2017.

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January 11, 2017

Wrapping Up 2016: Lessons, Highlights & Photos

When I initially sat down to write this 2016 wrap up post I had no idea where to start.

Partly because when we came to the end of 2016 I felt like I hadn’t really done much or nothing had really happened. But with some time, space and a whole lot of reflection I now feel like I can now wrap up the year that was 2016 in words.

This is why taking the time to reflect is so important (and it’s something I’m always guiding my clients with), because if we don’t take the time to check in and reflect on what we’ve learned and achieved — then we don’t truly see how much we’ve learnt, how much we’ve grown, what we’ve accomplished and all that we did make happen. For me reflection = contentment and gratitude. And now, I feel really content with 2016, no matter what did or didn’t happen and I feel ready to start looking at 2017.

So here I am (again) wrapping up the year that was with my highlights, lessons and gratitude for the 366 days that were in 2016.

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December 30, 2016

Challenging times, overworking & not knowing your purpose. This December Link Fest is chock full of my favourite things I've read on the Internet recently...

It’s time for the last Link Fest of 2016!

Since the last couple have been special editions this one is full of my favourite articles from the past couple of months.

From articles to help you stay in alignment during challenging times, to insights on overworking and burnout, not knowing your purpose, taking a holiday from self-improvement, health writing habits, meditation for those who don’t have time and one of my favourite resources for reflecting on the year gone by — this Link Fest is chock full of interesting reads for you.


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December 27, 2016

2016 Love List: A collection of my favourite things from this year. From my favourite books and tv shows, to my favourite chai, here's everything I love this year >>> of my favourite things is discovering other people’s favourite things. From books to tv shows to anything that makes my life easier/better/funner — I love hearing what people are loving and what they are obsessed with.

So inspired by Alexandra Franzen’s love list, I’m going to share my very own 2016 love list, a collection of my absolute favourite things from this year.

I hope you find something new here that you enjoy, or that makes your life easier or better! 🙂

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December 22, 2016

Powerful questions, first steps & empowering goals. Dive into a link fest of my most-read and most-loved posts of 2016 here:

As we come to the end of the year I tend to enter a ‘reflective’ kind of mode. I ponder what worked this year and what didn’t. What I loved and what was not-so-awesome.

For me a big part of this always involve re-evaulating my online space and business, how I show up online, the things I’ve created and what I’ve been writing about.

As always, it’s been super interesting to discover what posts have had the biggest impact on you this year and what was been read the most.

Huge gratitude to everyone who has clicked through and read, left comments and shared my posts around. Your presence here really means a lot to me. Thank you!

And on that note, here are the top 10 posts you loved the most this year.

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December 19, 2016

A wrap up (with photos and reflections) for the On The Rise Speaking Event on November 24th

On the 24th of November 2016 I did something I never thought I would do…

I voluntarily spoke in front of an audience.

Moment-of-honesty: I do not like public speaking. I’m afraid of speaking in front of an audience. And I found this to be really challenging.

However, in saying that, I could not think of a better way to do my first ever speaking gig than at the incredible On The Rise Speaking Event.

In this post I’ll be sharing a wrap up of the event including my reflections and of course lots of photos (all of which have been taken by the talented Samara Clifford).

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