My Favorites

My Favorites

Hey Friends! This is a list of all of my favorite items! As an Amazon Associate I do earn from qualifying sales if you decide to make a purchase through one of these links. This happens at no cost to you. 

I want you to know though that everything I've included on this list is things I personally use and love. These are my favorites I'm sharing with because I think you will like them too! 


I've always been a big reader. Books have played a big part in my spiritual growth and also my entrepreneurship journey. These are all books that I believe can benefit you in massive ways. 

Spiritual Growth 

 Captivating by John & Stasi Elredge  
This is one of my all time favorite books. It talks about the heart and soul of a woman and I deeply resonate with it. 
Live the Let Go Life by Joseph Prince
If you struggle with worry, perfectionsim, and busyness, this is a great book to let go and live a life of rest. 
The Power of Imagination by Andrew Wommack 
This book could also go under the creative category. It's a powerful book that shows how our imagination plays a big role in what we experience in our life. 
Make Your Dreams Bigger than Your Memories by Terri Savelle Foy 
Terri is one of my favorite speakers! If you feel like your past is getting in the way of your future this is a must read. 


Courageous Creative Devotional by Jenny Randle
This is a great devotional for any creative person especially if you feel like you are getting stuck in a rut. 
Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk by Danielle Krysa 
This is an important book for realizing you are creative and facing your inner critic. It is filled with fun illustrations and practical activities. 
The War of Art Stephen Pressfield 
This book uncovers resistance and how resistance stops us from doing what is most important to us. We discuss this book in Season 1, Episode 7 of the Creative Force Podcast. 


Don’t Keep Your Day Job by Cathy Heller
Cathy Heller had a popular podcast by the same name that I started listening to back probably around 2018. It changed my belief system in many ways. This is all about turning your passion into a profit. 
Four Tendencies by Gretchin Rubin
This book goes into the four tendencies of people in regards to external and internal expectations. Understanding my tendency, helped me to see massive growth in my productivity. 
This book teaches how you can build and create systems to change your habits. An essential book if you are wanting to create new habits in your life. 


Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
This book should be taught in every school. Through discussing the differences between the mindsets of the two father's the author lays the groundwork for financial freedom. 
Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki 
This book is largely responsible for me stepping into freelancing. It is a follow up book to Rich Dad, Poor Dad and discusses the four quadrants that people can fall into. 
The Richest Man in Bablyon by George S. Clason
This book is a classic for financial literacy. Through parables it teaches the cornerstones for being financial free. 


Honeybook is a clientflow managment program and is an amazing if you work as a freelancer to handle contracts and invoices. It makes the process simple for you and your clients. If you use my link you will get 25% off one year. 


Blue Yeti Mic 
This is the mic I currently use on my podcast! This is an entry level podcasting mic. You can connect it directly to your computer with USB. I like the sound quality and it is also easy to travel with. 
 Hard Shell Case for Blue Yeti Mic
Great case that fits the Blue Yet Mic perfectly. I have used this to travel with the mic and record in different locations. 
Sony Professional Headphones 
I actually am not currently using these headphones but I highly recommend them! I used them for years as a video editor and they have great sound quality. 


The EXIT games 
These games are so fun! If you like escape rooms this is like an escape room in a box. The games are one time use only (you end up completely destroying it!) They have difficulty levels going from 1 to 5. If it's your first time I do recommend starting at a lower level. It will take a couple hours of play. I've never been able to escape quicker! These also make a great gift for friends. 
Exit: The Mysterious Musuem
Exit: The Forgotten Island 
Exit: The Polar Station
Settlers of Catan 
If you haven't already played this game then now is the time! This is a great game for multiple players. You get to build settlements and compete against others for resources.
Exploding Kittens 
I promise I love cats! Although the name is gruesome this is one of the best card games ever. It's highly competitive and makes for a great time. 


VentureOne Credit Card
This is a great credit card for travel and the one I use. It has no annual fee and you earn 1.25x miles on every purchase and 5x miles on hotels and rental cars. 
Belt Hanger Rack 
I like the matte black finish on this and it's great for organizing belts. Before I had them crammed in a drawer and I felt that ruined a lot of my belts. 
Camera Lens Coffee Tumbler
This is the perfect gift for anyone who love photography or video. I get compliments on it every time I use it. People are shocked it's not an actual lens. 
Mr. Coffee Espresso Machine 
I love a good latte. This allows me to make lattes at home without spending more. I've had this for four years now. 
Espresso Glasses
I got these the same time as the espresso machine. Very durable.
I like this jar for storing smoothies and other liquids. It has a pretty design. 
Gratitude Journal 
This is a thinner, paperback journal but what I was looking for to start my days in gratitude. 
Matcha Tea Bowl 
When I am not drinking coffee I am probably drinking matcha. This is such a beautiful ceramic bowl. 
Tan Two Band Sandal
I purchased these sandals for a trip to Waco, Texas. They were exactly what I was looking for. They go great with a lot of outfits and are pretty comfortable.
Zebra Mild Liner Highlighter Markers
I love the colors on these. These are great for journaling and go lovely with the Creative Force bullet journal. 
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