Who should you marry? I’m so glad you asked (thanks Sarah)
Rosewater shortbread | fresh ginger tea | leftover turkey soup with root vegetables
Looking forward to contributing to this free tele-class with Andrea
Make your own solid perfume | wall-mounted succulent letter DIY
[video] Jerry Seinfeld, Ricky Gervais, Louis CK and Chris Rock on their creative processes
The courage to shine is full of crap — loved this from Liv
Joy’s winter reading list
Pressie ideas: this T-shirt | this scent | this necklace
[podcast] Avoiding the comparison trap
And finally, my free 5-day course, Find Your Word, starts tomorrow! Still time to join us if you’d like help with finding your word to support and inspire you through 2015. There’s over 3,000 peeps signed up for the course so I reckon the Facebook group will be lively! I’m thinking it’ll be nice to keep the group active going into the new year so we have a space for support and accountability. I’ve wanted to create a Facebook group for my blog for a while, so this might be a way to do that — let’s see what happens :)
Happy weekend, loves xo
This is definitely my favourite time of year. Not because it’s Christmas, though that is lovelier than ever now my nephew is here. No, it’s because I get to make you guys presents. I’ve been getting lots emails asking if I was making the workbook this year and it makes my heart so happy to know it’s making a difference — I love this little yearly tradition we’ve got going on! So without further ado, here is this year’s Unravelling the Year Ahead 2015:
Download the workbook HERE | download the 2015 calendar HERE
I haven’t tinkered with the format too much this year because I really like being able to compare my answers to last year’s. There’s something about the continuity that helps me see how my dreams are changing and growing. I’ve added a couple of new pages, just to keep things fresh, and of course we have a beautiful new design (thank you, Jo! Go check out her gorgeous leggings!) AND there’s something else you might want to check out…
For the last five years of sharing the workbook I’ve asked you to choose a word to be your guiding light for the coming year. I usually start considering what my word might be when autumn rolls around but this year has been different. I’ve been so caught up in my book deadline I haven’t spent as much time with my usual word-finding practices and I find myself here in December unsure of what my word will be. And because I know some of you might be feeling the same I decided it was about time we had a way to divine our words together!
Introducing Find Your Word, a FREE 5-day email class to help you figure out your word for 2015.
It’ll be simple, useful, creative and meaningful (of course ;-) Read more and sign up over here!