Sunday ReadingDecember 14, 2014December 10, 2014Sarah
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Sunday is a great day to catch up on some reading, whether it be the newspaper, a book or your favourite blogs.

Today I am sharing some posts that I had bookmarked for Sunday reading.

I hope you enjoy these. They are written by some amazing bloggers, extremely inspirational women who motivate me each and every day.



How to build a business while working full-time – The Connection Exchange

Suzanne at the Connection Exchange helps women start their own businesses from scratch and is an amazing woman. Not only does she work in the corporate world, she also runs her own business while raising her two children. This post is great for anyone looking to start a business while working full-time but especially mums who want to have more flexibility to be around for their children. In this post Suzanne shares a few tips for building your business and making it work with a corporate job in tow.

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2Happiness is an inside job – Your Wild Life

Katie from Your Wild Life is another woman who motivates and inspires me. She has a pretty impressive resume. Katie is a freestylin’ food and wellness coach, put on this earth to shine a light for women who believe there is more to them than what there is right now. In this post she writes that she is in the midst of one almighty delicious SHIFT!

She writes “I have built some mighty fine walls around myself in my 32 years. I have fed myself some epic stories, almost believed some of them. I have searched outside, worked myself into the ground, bent over backwards trying to please people and thrown myself into GRUELLING exercise routines.
I have punished my body, I have poisoned my body, I have numbed my feelings and I have let it all hang out. I have fought so hard on the journey towards feeling at peace with myself BEING HAPPY and my feeling at home in my life, that I totally missed the point”.

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What do you want to be when you grow up? – White Blank Pages

I love this question and I think it is one for people of any age. Sometimes, I still wonder what I want to be when I grow up. I have so many dreams, goals and aspirations. In this post Claire reflects on her journey post graduation and helps you to find your purpose and embark on your post graduation journey. I think this post is relevant to not just graduates but anyone unsure of what they want to be when they grow up. I know many mothers who have thought about this after having a baby and planning to return to work. Priorities change so I think this is a great post to help find your direction.

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How to fit it in and not get overwhelmed – Sonia Styling

If you are like me, your calendar is chocker’s and you have a to-do list that is so long it is making you feel stressed out and overwhelmed. This is a very busy time of year and it is easy to let your to-do list get the better of you. Sonia from Sonia Styling is an amazing writer and incredibly fashionable. If you need advice on fashion, check out her blog.

In this particular post, Sonia talks to Lucy Cornes, ownder of She Shopped and mum to three boys. She is an incredibly busy woman but somehow manages to fit it all in. Here she shares how she does it.

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BecomingSweet – BecomingNess

I couldn’t do this post without sharing the link to BecomingSweet by BecomingNess because who doesn’t love dessert? Especially when it is healthy. BecomingNess is an amazing blog full of great healthy recipes. BecomingSweet is Vanessa’s latest e-book and the recipe’s are just AMAZING.


  • Have you ever had to say NO to dessert as it was unhealthy, or had one or more ingredients that didn’t agree with you?
  • Have you ever had to cater for a guest with a dietary allergy or intolerance, and not known what to make?
  • Do you desperately want to eat healthier food, but can’t find recipes that are as delicious as their traditional alternatives?
  • Do you want to feel better about your sweet tooth?
  • Do you want to make amazing desserts that will impress your friends and family?


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What are you reading this Sunday?

Give your blog a plug or share your favourite post from the week in the comments below.