CRUSHWORTHY
RESOURCES

Here is my ever-growing collection of resources meant to help you embody the 4 Pillars outlined in my FREE guide.

These gems offer inspiration, wisdom, and
practical tools that will propel you forward in
your personal and professional development.


Ground

All Visualization Goal Setting and Road Mapping

Creative Visualization

Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Your Life by Shakti Gawain (spiritual/personal development book)

This book teaches you to use mental imagery and affirmations to ignite positive change and live a life based on intention. It includes meditations and exercises that guide you to work in accordance with the universe and attract what you desire most.

344 Questions

The Creative Person's Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment by Stefan G. Bucher (personal development book)

The perfect guide for creatives willing to dive head first into a series of thought provoking questions designed to bring awareness and shift perspective of your ideal life and career.

The Desire Map

A Guide to Creating Goals with Soul by Danielle LaPorte (personal development book)

This beautiful guide also functions as a practical workbook that helps you outline your “core desired feelings” in all domains of your life. It’s an indispensable resource for better understanding and implementing intentional goal setting and roadmapping.


Deepen

All Personal Practice Personal Growth

The Four Agreements

A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz (spiritual/personal development book)

I’ve adopted these four simple truths as my personal code of conduct. This book was particularly influential in my first year of yoga teaching when I struggled with self-limiting beliefs. It guided me back to my core values of honesty, integrity and authenticity.

TED TALKS

The Power of Vulnerability, Brene Brown (inspirational video)

A refreshing look at the what it means to truly embrace vulnerability as a path toward living more authentically and wholeheartedly.

CALM

(meditation app)

A useful tool to help you maintain a daily meditation practice. It offers both guided meditations or a timer for self-led sessions.

Gaia

(online yoga classes)

This website hosts an impressive collection of classes by all your favourite yoga crushes. I use this website daily to maintain an at-home practice and to find inspiration for my own classes.

Living Well One Line a Day

A Five Year Reflection Book (gratitude journal)

I use this journal daily to record things I’m most grateful for. Space for each entry is limited so it never takes more than 30 seconds to jot down my thoughts. The unique 5 year format enables you to observe patterns and growth over time.


Expand

All Stepping Into Action Mindful Business

Big Magic

Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert (personal development book)

This book was the true catalyst that propelled me forward in my creative and entrepreneurial journey. It helped me to finally break free from the paralyzing fear that was holding me back from exploring, utilizing and appreciating my own creativity and authentic voice.

Steal Like an Artist

10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative by Austin Kleon (personal development book)

A quick and easy read that helped me finally send impostor syndrome into savasana.

The E-Myth Revisited

Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber (business book)

A great resource offering many insights and paradigm shifts about what it means to run a small business. This book will help you find expansion through learning to build a team and create systems so you no longer have to do it all yourself.


Balance

All Time and Project Management Productivity Building New Habits

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey (personal growth book)

A truly transformative program for those struggling to make progress in various aspects of their lives. The information presented requires time, patience and commitment to fully integrate, but these 7 habits are guaranteed to help you create long-term, sustainable balance in your life.

Essentialism

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown (personal growth book)

A real game changer for those wanting to live a life by design rather than by default. I highly recommend this book to fellow “people pleasers” who struggle to set clear boundaries for their time and energy. This book helped me to understand that achieving balance is not about having it all, but about having less.

Money, A Love Story

Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want by Kate Northrup (personal growth book)

This book is chock-full of wisdom and practical advice that will help you to better understand and shift your relationship with money. This is a great read for anyone who still meets resistance towards connecting money and spirituality.

TeuxDeux

(management app)

A simple and straightforward app that helps you keep track of daily, weekly and monthly To-Do lists.

Google Calendar

(scheduling app)

The most convenient way to plan your day, week or month. Schedule meetings, set reminders, categorize events and share your calendar with friends.

Evernote

(digital workspace app)

The perfect tool for keeping track of ideas as soon as inspiration strikes. Store inspiration in the form of clipped articles, handwritten notes, voice recordings and photos, even on the go. Create separate notebooks for short or long-term projects including class sequencing, workshops, blog posts, newsletters etc.

Acuity scheduling

(client management and scheduling app)

Automate your client bookings, cancellations, reminders and payment with this easy to use and customizable app. Acuity will even automatically update your personal calendar apps (like google calendar or ical). This is a time saver if I’ve ever seen one!

Asana

(project management app)

An easy to use project management tool that enables clear communication, organization and efficiency among team members. Great for multifaceted projects with many moving pieces.


"T" is for transparency. Resources mentioned are all based on my genuine experiences. As an affiliate, I may earn a super small referral fee if you grab them using my link. This helps keep the podcast free, and allows me to deliver more awesome interviews and content from your biggest Yoga Crushes. If you find that iffy in any way, please don't let that stop you from using these amazing tools in your own life. They're all highly google-able :)