The Becoming Who You Are Library is packed with free workbooks and resources you can use to learn more about yourself and inspire personal growth. I’ve been adding to the library over the last few years and there are now almost 20 workbooks, audios, and books summaries in there for your perusal!
If you’ve been reading Becoming Who You Are for a while, you’ll have seen some of these resources mentioned before, but some might have also passed you by, so I hope it’s helpful to see them all in one place and learn more about each one. If you’re not yet a member of the library, you can get access to all the below for free by registering here (you’ll also get email updates with news and new blog posts from yours truly and are free to unsubscribe at any time.)
The Wheel of Life & Say Hello to Your Future Self
These workbooks are different takes on the same exercise. One comes with a chart you can print out and the other has a list of questions you can use to explore your ideal life in more depth. Both will help you get clarity on your level of satisfaction with the most important areas of life and identify how you can improve them.
Identify the ingredients that make life work and nurture your emotional, physical and mental wellbeing with this handy worksheet. Click the link above to listen to a podcast that guides you through making your own list.
A Year of Deep Writing
How to Overcome the 5 Most Common Blocks to Authenticity
Explore some of the most common obstacles to living authentically, learn more about them, and identify ways you can move through them to live in a way that is more true to yourself.
You Are Already Enough
A common goal-setting pitfall is to choose goals from a place of not feeling like we’re enough as we already are. This workbook is all about changing that and setting goals from a place of good enough that feel uplifting and enriching.
10 Powerful Questions for Clarity, Confidence and Self-Connection
Kickstart your introspection and insight into how the 3 Cs show up in your life (and how you can cultivate them further).
The 5 Principles of Living Purposefully
Discover Your Values
Being conscious of your core values —the qualities that, for you, are most important for you and others to embody—helps you live by your true moral compass and make better decisions that are based on who you are and what’s important to you. This workbook guides you through the process of identifying and embodying your values.
Artist Date Planner
Plan a year’s worth of artist dates and get ready to fill your creative well with this workbook! Want some ideas to get started? Read this post for 52 easy and inspiring suggestions to choose from.
A Visualisation for Deeper Confidence & Create a Safe, Internal Space
You can use both these audios as background listening when you need a dose of self-kindness or incorporate them into your formal meditation practice.
Each summary contains 10 lessons from the book in an easy-to-digest format. You’ll find the following summaries in the library:
- The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor
- Guilt, Shame, and Anxiety: Understanding and Overcoming Negative Emotions by Peter Breggin
- Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals by Heidi Grant Halvorson
- The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
- The 6 Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden
- The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
- Rising Strong by Brené Brown
How to Start a Regular Journaling Practice
In this video class, you’ll find 10 big ideas that will get you started with an illuminating and insightful regular journaling practice. More videos coming soon!
Special Offers & Discount Codes
As a member of the Library, you also get subscriber-only coupons to save 25% on my two Udemy courses: Write Every Day and How to Start Journaling for Personal Growth.
Remember: if you’re not already a member, you can get access to all of these resources by registering for the Becoming Who You Are Library. It’s free to join and you can unsubscribe at any time :)
Are any more topics or resources you’d like to see covered in the library? I’d love to hear your suggestions so let me know via email or by leaving a comment below.