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The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit 2019

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TWO DAYS (Jan 15th and 16th, 2020) ONLY!

Are you a blogger? Have you ever wanted to become one, if not?

There are many reasons to become a blogger. It gives you a home on the internet that you can do anything with. It can even grow and change as you do! It can give you income – and not only one stream, either. It can simply be a way that you share your life with the world, or your voice.

Everyone has a reason for blogging – and there are as many reasons as people.

The Genius Blogger's Toolkit 2019($) can shave you years off your learning curve. Blogging for fun is easy, but blogging for people isn’t quite as easy – even if you never want to make a dime off of it, shouting into the void isn’t very fun.

The Genius Blogger's Toolkit 2019($) is the kind of thing I wish I had when I started blogging many, many moons ago. The price is a little higher than most of the bundles, but it’s also worth more. This one runs $97 + $50 for the cheat sheets. A $7395.27 value!

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There are 94 products in the Genius Blogger's Toolkit 2019($):

  • 55 eCourses
  • 26 eBooks
  • 12 printables, workbooks, and template packs
  • 1 membership site

Not too shabby for basically a little more than a dollar per item!

So grab your copy of the Genius Blogger's Toolkit 2019($) now, before the 2-day flash sale is over! 


If you are on my mailing list, you will receive 3 emails about this one. Mostly reminders – but hey, $750 is up for grabs, and you all know that I’m broker than broke right now. And I would hate to have you miss something that very well could be on your 2020 to-do list/resolution list! This sale is just so fast…blink and it’s gone.


For those curious, my catch up day was a wash – though I did catch up on some sleep. The insomnia still plagues me, so catch up week is mostly still a catch up on sleep thing. But I am getting some things done, slowly as I can, and that’s all that matters. Hopefully, this insomnia disappears soon!

Anyone else feel like January is taking a really LONG time to get over? It’s only halfway done, and I feel like two months have passed.

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Rediscover Your Old Loves

Photo Created by Raiscara Avalon

What did you like as a child? Or even as a younger you of any age?

Really lean into those memories. Remember how those activities made you feel, how you thought about them, the feel of whatever you touched as you went about doing that activity – really put your PresentMe into the memory.

Now here comes the not so fun part – why did you stop?

Image by Miesha Moriniere from Pixabay

You may want to write about this in your journal, as this can definitely shake some things loose. It all depends on why. If you naturally grew out of it, that may be the most natural way to end things. But most of us didn’t grow out of our childhood activities or other activities – we lost them for other reasons.

In childhood, I used to draw by freehand copying something, say Archie. Or Scooby, or whatever I was into at the moment – or whatever I had at hand. Not trace, copy. I was pretty good at it too, apparently, because I started to get accused of tracing my pictures – and after so much of that, I just stopped. What was the point if every time I showed someone, they didn’t believe that I had done it and that I clearly must have traced it? Of course, now it just proves how good I was at that point, and makes me wonder where I could have gone with that…and I wonder if that ability is still there, just latent.

Other things fell to the wayside as well, for many different reasons; money, time, suppliers – adult excuses really. Herbalism is one of them, and with that making my own bath and body care items.

Really the only things that have carried over from childhood have been writing and photography, and sometimes even those get sporadic.

Image by Jonny Lindner from Pixabay

This year though, I’m going to start picking up some of the activities that I used to love and see if they still hold value for me. I’m really excited to pick up herbalism and making my own body care products again, so that seems to be a sign to me that it still is something I love.

I challenge you to do the same! What old loves are you going to rediscover in 2020?


Just a friendly reminder that today is the last day to purchase the Ultimate Productivity Bundle 2020 at the sale price of $47+$10 for the cheat sheets!