Welcome to The Infinite List an ever-evolving collection of resources/tools/things to help you get the most out of your one infinite life.
From courses, books and meditations I highly recommend, to my favourite things (like tv shows and my favourite chai) and more!
I hope you find something here that you enjoy or that makes your day — or life — better than before! 🙂
A free collection of epic resources for you
The Infinite Collection is a library of resources I’ve created for you to help you overcome what’s holding you back and get the most out of your one infinite life.
Inside the collection currently is: an eBook, an online class, mini workbooks, worksheets, audios and more! These resources are designed to help you dive deep into your own self-discovery, to help you uncover what you really want, and to empower you to take action towards the things you really want.
Plus you’ll receive personal emails from me a couple of times a month(ish) where I share personal insights, stories and behind-the-scenes happenings (that I don’t share anywhere else!). It’s my ultimate aim is that these emails are useful to you and can make your day a little brighter or better than it was before. Sound good to you? You can join the community and get access to The Infinite Collection by entering your details below!
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An award-nominated 28 day program to help you add more gratitude into your life
The 28 Day Gratitude Project is a guided 28 day gratitude experiment, based on my 10+ years of experience with gratitude. During the 28 days I share my best methods, insights, tips and prompts for you explore and experiment with — so you can experience for yourself how powerful practicing gratitude can be. It includes daily email content for 28 days to guide you in your experiment, a 61 page digital workbook to help you put the project into action each day and to support you long after the Project has finished, access to live gratitude Q&A calls with me, plus on-going gratitude guidance, support and insights from me each month.
Recommended reading to help you get the most out of your one infinite life:
∞ The Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes. This was my favourite book of 2016 and it has definitely had a huge impact on me this year. I love Shonda’s writing, humour and storytelling, plus I could totally relate to her story of realising she was feeling unfulfilled with her life. If you want to be woken up, inspired to get out of your comfort zone and be reminded of the power of saying yes — read this book.
∞ Rising Strong by Brené Brown. Rising Strong has become one of my all-time favourite books and has guided me in leaning into discomfort, made me think differently about ‘failure’ and process shared in the book really has been invaluable at helping me navigate perceived setbacks.
∞ Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. Marie Forleo said this book should be required reading for all humans – and I wholeheartedly agree. This book has revolutionised the way I approach my work, and how I dealt with fear and creativity. (Plus I’ve also written more about what I learnt from this book here.)
There are only two courses that I currently proudly stand behind and wholeheartedly recommend, they are:
Beautiful You Life Coaching Course by Julie Parker. Training with the Beautiful You Coaching Academy actually changed my life. Doing this course has allowed me to support people, do the work and make the difference that I’ve always wanted to do. This course will teach you how to be a life coach and support people to create positive change in their lives, start your coaching business and you’ll also go on the biggest personal development journey of your life! You can find out more about my experience this course and also how I can support you with your own coaching journey here.
Bright-Eyed and Blog-Hearted by Rachel MacDonald. This is the online blogging course for those who want to create an awesome blog or take their current online presence to the next level. Doing this course helped me to launch my blog and put myself “out there” online and I could not imagine starting my site or navigating the online world without this course and the Bloghearted community. You can find out more about my experience with this course here.
My favourite meditations, music, podcasts and audiobooks:
∞ Guided chakra cleanse meditation by Belinda Davidson. I swear there’s something magic about this meditation. Every time I listen to this meditation it literally changes how I feel and changing how you feel changes everything!
∞ Quiet mind meditation by Katherine Mackenzie-Smith. Whenever I get caught up in overthinking and overanalysing I like to do this meditation to calm (and quiet) my mind.
∞ Podcasts. My current favourite podcasts are: Dream For Others, The Heart of it, The Mindful Kind, The Priestess Podcast, The League of Extraordinary Introverts, Casting Wonder, Ladies who Lunch, Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations, The Secret Library Podcast, The Melissa Ambrosini Show, Happier with Gretchen Rubin.
My favourite tools that here’s a few that I started using this year or have particularly loved this year.
∞ Mailchimp is so awesome and I couldn’t run my business without it. I use this to send emails to The Infinite Community, to guide people through The 28 Day Gratitude Project, to collect email addresses for interest lists and so on.
∞ Zoom. This is like Skype, but I think it’s better. I switched all my client sessions over to Zoom and have loved using the platform. Plus I’ve also loved using it for live calls and online classes.
∞ Send Owl. After experimenting with many different e-commerce platforms I finally found one that I love and does what I need it to do for sign ups to The 28 Day Gratitude Project. I love how simple this is to use from both my end and the purchaser’s end (and that people have an option to pay through Paypal). Highly recommend.
∞ I’ve been using Later for awhile now, but because of the new features it has become one of my must-have tools for what I do. I love that it allows me to prepare Instagram posts in advance from my phone or even from my computer, so I can then post them later on in the day or get them ready for another day. Such a time and life saver!
∞ For graphics I use PicMonkey (this is awesome for resizing, cropping, adding text and collages) and I also use Canva for creating social media graphics, templates and resources in The Infinite Collection.
∞ I use Evernote pretty much everyday. It’s awesome for storing ideas, brainstorming, blog post writing.
∞ I’ve become a Google Drive devotee. I use this for writing and organising content, eBooks, guest posts, etc. (I use this instead of Microsoft Word now!). I also use a Google Account for a pro domain email address (which I put off doing for ages but I’m so glad I did!).
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PS. Full transparency is awesome (and really important to me) so it’s important that some of the links on this page are affiliate links, which means that if you click through and decide to purchase I will receive a small ‘thank you’ commission. I only ever share things that I truly love and believe in and that I’ve personally used/experienced and that made an impact on my life in some way 🙂