Learn how to be a goddess (or god)

Recently, I found the wonderful Leonie Dawson and her Goddess Guide. Her website is a revelation in being happy, being  yourself, loving yourself and so much more. I was so inspired I signed up for her email “eZine” and bought a 2013 Calendar & Workbook. See more about this below.

I downloaded Leonie’s “Incredible Year” planner on Feb. 14, 2013 and printed it out soon afterwards. I started working on it immediately and love her art work. Click on this link — 2013 Create Your Incredible Year Calendar & Workbook — to order yours for the low price of $9.95. It is absolutely amazing.

Also, I highly recommend Leonie’s Biz & Blog Star Workshop which is free just for subscribing to Leonie’s eZine Signup Page.

Now, I will give you the link to her Main Shop Page because she offers a ton of other goodies.

Time to go for now. I promise to write more about this incredible woman and the miracles she helps create.

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4 thoughts on “Learn how to be a goddess (or god)

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    • The “Follow Blog Via Email” box is directly below the “Theresa’s Blog” RSS options on the right hand side (roughly half way down on the front page). However, following the RSS is just as good, if not better for my “Blog Stats.”

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      In my opinion (for whatever that’s worth), I think you should keep what you are comfortable with. I think WordPress is the best blogging tool out there and there are millions of people who agree with me. I’m not sure what you’re “coder” does, but shouldn’t you be able to keep WordPress if that’s what you like? You’re the one that does the actual Writing, you should choose how and where to do it.

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