This year seemed to fly by. I can’t believe it is December already!
This year we talked about gifts, we dove into archetypes and we all had a lot of shifts. We also ran over two dozen podcasts and offered the same in actionable visualizations, exercises and practical hands-on tools. It was a lot of good (free) conversations and activity.
We wanted to wrap up the top 10 posts on the Inviting Shift blog this year – so here they are.
If decision making is your challenge, this talk will help. #10 in our most popular list.
Way back on Episode 4, Melanie Claire talked to us about balancing our masculine and feminine energies. It was a very popular episode so she makes our top 10.
Andrew Eggelton’s #8 on our list with his fantastic talk about the secret to success. He’s a professional speaker, so you’ll love this episode.
This talk with Kristen Hobby helped people with their shift with this podcast. Check it out.
Rebecca Rockwood is one of my favorite people. In a poll earlier this year, the request was for how we get more spiritually connected, this is your woman. Listen to her podcast right here.
One of my personal favorites is with Sarah Whalen!! I learned about mBIT techniques and I still use them today. Learn more in this podcast.
Here’s the actionable that came with our favorite from yesterday! This went so well and was obviously so popular! Take a few minutes and learn a little about this technique. It might help you make a decision right now!!
Our most listened to podcast is from Irfan! If you haven’t listened to this short but sweet wisdom, you can still do it right now.
Honoring our gifts: We spent the entire November talking about how we can go beyond being grateful to honoring our gifts to find more in our life.
Self-love journey was our most favorite post this year! I can see we all need to push some more self-love, but you can retake this archetypal journey at any time!
That’s the best of this year and we already have the best lined up for next year. Gifts, archetypes and self-growth are coming. In the meantime, catch up on this year’s posts now.