“How To Install a No B.S. Clause In Your Life!” | Leonie Dawson – Amazing Biz, Amazing Life


I told you several months ago I follow Leonie Dawson and her amazing insights into life, love and business. The link at the bottom will lead you to a simple idea that could help in all three!

 

Also, be sure to click on Business & Blog Success Workshop and Leonie’s main SHOP page.

 

“How To Install a No B.S. Clause In Your Life!” | Leonie Dawson – Amazing Biz, Amazing Life.

 

 

 

Leonie Dawson's 2013 planner

Leonie Dawson’s 2013 planner (Photo credit: cathredfern)

 

 

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Owensboro Writers’ Group is famous.


I don’t think I’ve mentioned Owensboro Writers’ Group on this blog before, but it’s my baby and OWG (for short) made a splash in the local newspaper on July 7, 2013. If you live in or around Owensboro, Kentucky, you may have read our story in the LifeStyles section of the Messenger-Inquirer.

Owensboro, KY is better known for its BBQ Festival in May and the tremendous effort they have put into rebuilding the riverfront. But, Owensboro Writers’ Group is for writing, critiquing, sharing links and information, and general discussion concerning the multiple aspects of writing. I formed the group after I couldn’t find another writers’ group that satisfied my desire to meet every month. Our first meeting was in March 2008 and consisted of me and a couple of friends from the church I attend (UUCO).

Over the last five years we have grown from having several meetings where I was the only person to show up to having ten people twice in three months. We started At Books-A-Million, moved to Shoney’s Restaurant and now meet in the Public Meeting Room of the Daviess County Public Library.

In September 2010, my friend Suzanne Gochenouer started our website, Owensboro Writers Group with Writing On The River. A few months later, I started an Owensboro Writers Facebook page so that group members can share links there in addition to sending them out in emails or telling us in person.

Now, some people may wonder why it took me a week to write and post this. The previous paragraphs were written on the same day, but then I thought, I shouldn’t put this on my blog.I’m just bragging. I argued with myself for the entire week, but that didn’t stop me from posting it on our Facebook page (see above).

After a total of four new writers contacted me this week and all of them want to join Owensboro Writers’ Group, I decided I should post this. If you think I’m bragging, that’s okay. Maybe, just maybe, I have a right to brag. After all, I manage this group and with a little help, I kept it going for five years. The group has grown from three people to about twenty-seven. I hope it will keep going and growing for years to come.

English: Crowd during the Owensboro BBQ Festival.

English: Crowd during the Owensboro BBQ Festival. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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.

HubPages information needed


I’m thinking about writing for HubPages, but I want all the information I can find before I make this decision. I had a terrible experience writing articles for Examiner.com as Evansville Genealogy Examiner and as Evansville Pets Examiner. With them, it took me three years to earn the minimum payout of $10!

I need to know, does anyone here writes for HubPages? If yes, please leave a reply or send an e-mail to jewel(dot)ammons@gmail(dot)com answering the following questions?

  • Do you make money on every post?
  • If yes, how much do you personally make for each piece of content? What is your monthly average from GoogleAds and other advertising?
  • If no, what draws you to HubPages? Does what you’re earning from advertising make it worthwhile?
  • If you write for HubPages and another organization, which do you recommend for a writer with three years of publishing experience who wants to make a decent amount of money ($6 or more) per post?

Thank you all for any assistance you can give me. I’m also open to your suggestions of where to publish my writing whether non-fiction or fiction. I’m currently working on several short stories and 2-3 novels in the fiction department.

Bye for now.