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Great Links for a Good Life {Autumn Edition}

Great Links for a Good Life - Autumn

Welcome to my seasonal sharing of goodness from around the web, great resources, and sometimes a good book or two.

Exceptional Posts

In case you missed my guest posts on Positive Provocations, here they are:

Create a Shining New Year in 2016!

I adore the Shining Life and Biz Workbooks from Leonie Dawson.

Shine New Year Workbook

They’re fun, colorful, and focused on growth without being too heavy and analytical. The workbooks have been redesigned, rewritten, and re-illustrated this year so you’ll have something new to look forward to.  They are thicker, have heavier covers, and use recycled paper, important to me.

I chose the digital version last year and had fun using the workbook on my I-Pad.

Setting clear intentions and creating a plan that’s not too rigid, works wonders in my life. If you want a simple way to plan out your life or biz in the coming year, these workbooks could be perfect for you.  Plus, there’s a weekly diary and wall calendar too.

{Note:  That’s an affiliate link above meaning I’ll receive a commission if you use the link and purchase a workbook or related product.  I only share things I love, of course.  Using the link is a great way to support my writing here on Always Well Within.  Thanks so much in advance. }

Traditionally, autumn is a time of letting go.  Although the trees don’t drop their leaves where I live in Hawaii, the rain visits more often and a chill sets in during the evening.

Is there something you would like to let go of as we move toward the new year?  I would love to hear in the comments.

Thank you for reading! If you liked this article, please share it with your friends.  May you be well, happy, and safe – always.  With love, Sandra


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  1. I feel totally honoured and blessed to be included in your list Sandra. Now I have a treat in store with what looks to be some fascinating reading.

    Thank you for this gift. 🙂

  2. Great posts, the inbox zero I have on my to do list 🙂 impressed it helped you, although I recently discover although I have used, I took it off and all those lists I thought I had unsubscribed to came back ! See you have become a Nicole Cody fan- love her blog xxoo

    • Suzi, I found the inbox zero so thrilling and it only took me a few hours for that inbox. The big one is next. Interesting about!!!!! You actually recommended Nicole’s blog to me. 🙂 Yes, I absolutely adore some of her posts. I have a secret wish to unleash my own psychic abilities too. xoxo

  3. Thanks so much Sandra for including my blog post here about how humor can help (or hurt) those living with serious illness. I’m in such good company!


  4. Thanks for including me in these lovely links Sandra. I’m thrilled it helped you get to inbox zero – I find it makes such a difference when my inbox is sorted and I know what I have to do. really changed my life, plus I love the delete button!

    • It feels really, really good, Ellen! I hope others will catch this link and start on their way to inbox freedom. I can’t wait to clear out inbox #2. I’m glad you find it makes such a big difference too.

    • @Ellen, my GOD zero inbox!! I need to get me some of that 🙂 I keep looking at the growing inbox every morning and think…tomorrow, I’ll delete tomorrow. And tomorrow really never comes 🙂

  5. Great list! Can’t wait to get started!!

  6. Love these links, Sandra. The two that really caught my attention were How to Worry Less and How You Can Create Inbox Zero, No Matter How Many Emails In Your Inbox. I need that in a big way! Thanks!

    • Hi Cathy,

      I’m so glad there are links that resonate for you. I’m so jazzed about getting to inbox zero myself. Good luck!

  7. Sandra,
    Love this collection of links. Will be digging in over the week.
    Thank you for being a guest poster on Positive Provocations and for sharing the link love here. Your energy is appreciated and beautiful.
    Lots of love,

  8. I love the compilation of resources and inspiration here! Great idea for a blog post! Thank you Sandra….

  9. Woo hoo! I’ve been looking for some new reading material. I’m excited to make my way through this!

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