A great creaking bookcase opens to reveal the hidden library.
You step through, holding your breath as the dust from the disturbance settles back on each shelf.
This is the beginning of a Rooted Reinvention:
a place to find what is inside you, and learn to harness that power.
WELCOME TO THE FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY
Thank you for signing up to access the library of freebie resources. This page has everything you need to start identifying where you are, understanding what that pull toward reinvention really means for you, and take those first manageable baby steps toward your levelled-up self.
And as resources, I’m including workbooks, mini-module ebooks, recommended reading, youtube playlists, favourite self-care items, and cute cat photos. Because what more could you want? 🙂
[Some of the links below are affiliate, but they don’t cost you anything extra: I just get a portion of the purchase for sharing about it.]
Katy-Rose Bye, Psychological Practitioner
(in about 20 minutes)
[Can't Start? Start Here.] - A couple of techniques to help break out of that momentary panic that overwhelm can bring. Quick-fixes for short term distress.
- The Declaration of Who We Are – A single-page motivational mission statement
- A Self-Care Checklist – For Mental Health Awareness Week, or any time you need a “how-to” guide for wellbeing.
- Managing Imposter Syndrome – Need to soothe some imposter worries? Here’s a brief beginning guide for you.
- How to Create Mindful Moments – Four ways to pause the inner chaos, and be mindful in just a minute (part of a bigger product)
- Worksheet for Goal Setting Success – Some science behind goal-setting along with the melded intuitive and practical changes, particularly useful around New Year.
Youtube Playlist: Wellbeing Need-A-Smile Clips
My go-to videos for those moments you need a smile or a distraction. Great for transitioning from an emotional moment to a more mindful one.
- A cat video in time to music
- A penguin falls over and makes the most hilarious noise (in my opinion)
- Pygmy goats bleating, frolicking and racing with their human
And if you want MOTIVATING MUSIC, here’s my Ignite Your Inner Fire (a playlist of motivating songs to sing and dance to.)
In need of cute cat photos to make you smile? Here are a couple of community favourites [to be uploaded June 2020]
- Smoke lying down
- Ember looking cute
- Smoke and Ember cuddling
Recommended Self-Development Books:
- Untamed by Glennon Doyle: This has become my #1 recommended book for any human on earth.
- The Middle Finger Project by Ash Ambirge: My self-confidence shot up reading this book; without a single ‘exercise.’ The permission slip you need to be yourself.
- Rise, Sister, Rise by Rebecca Campbell: An easy read that introduces some intuivie ideas.
- The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield: This got me into the ‘some woo might be science once we explain it’ mindset. The book is also better than the movie.
Recommended Self-care Products:
- SkyOrganics Lipbalm: These smell amazing, make me feel like I’m taking care of myself, and are organic.
- Leschi Warming Pillow: Another self-care item, myself and my husband each have one of these microwavable heat packs for the neck. Great for comfort, warmth and I love wearing it on video calls to start a conversation.
- Extra Fine Mesh Tea Infuser: I’m sharing this because I use herbal tea leaves and so many of the infusers let through the leaves. This one doesn’t, and the lid is also a stand for the basket while you drink.
- Pilot V5 Pens: These are my favourite pens ever. For journaling, scrap-booking, to-do lists and sketching. In alllllll of the colours.
Wild Souls I Believe In:
- Danielle LaPorte: I am a Desire Map facilitator and have been following this instinctive lady for years. She was definitely one of the beginnings of me listening to my inner wildfire.
- Leonie Dawson: I’ve followed this wonderful woman since 2010, pretty much buying everything she created. These days I’m a member of her Get Shit Done Club, and although I haven’t taken this specific money course, I took similar-themed ones from her back in the day (which helped me get a biz up and running in 2011).
- Ashleigh Ambirge: Again, I’ve followed this badass since April 2011 and her book The Middle Finger Project blew my socks off this year.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s talk.