It is the season to give. Whether you celebrate Yule, or Hanukkah, or Christmas, this time of year is when people are grateful for family and friends. Grateful for the ability to give gifts to others, and to celebrate the holidays with those that they love.
Most of my family and friends are far away, and I spent the holidays working on my computer, buying a few things, paying a few needed bills, and offering specials which gave me the resources I needed. So though I am at home with my two kitties, instead of with family or friends, I am grateful for what I have.
As many of you know, the end of 2015, and most of 2016 has been an incredibly difficult struggle for me. I ended up breaking up with the man I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with. I lost a business that he and I (mainly me) worked on and invested a great deal of money into over a 2 year time period.
I ended up almost dying and in the hospital for 13 days. I ended up almost homeless, and had to sell so many things to cut down on storage costs and pay bills. The car had the brakes go out, and even while I still had a driver around, I had to start using what there is here for public transit, which is not much.
I said goodbye to a man who is like a brother to me, as he went back to Oklahoma and I started my new business and rebuilt my life, alone with just my two fur babies in a tiny apartment, with one storage unit instead of two now. I figured out a way to deal with the car, and it will be put on a mechanic’s lean by a friend of my sister in spirit, Cat so she can get it eventually in her name and worked on so she and my Goddess Son Aiben have a working car.
I went through so much, but I learned, and I grew, both professionally and personally. I have worked with an awesome coach Matt Roe for the past few months, and over time, I have thought through everything and revamped business plans to finally figure out what works and what does not for me.
I stepped out of my comfort zone time and time again and in that process, I lost a great deal of weight, improved my health, and found myself again. The person I had lost for a few years there is back and stronger than ever before.
I am grateful.
To show my gratitude I am offering a couple of gifts, no optin needed just click on the links and download them.
First my first ever product my book Out of the Rut. I plan on taking it down off of Amazon, since I have no access to that account set up by my ex, and revamping it a bit and doing a 2nd edition that will be the first book in my non fiction series Mindset Matters.
Second, a PLR report (Private Label Rights) that you can just enjoy for yourself, or if you want, you can modify and use to create your own product to sell. The rights are included in the zip file
Enjoy them and enjoy your holiday, whatever you celebrate with love and gratitude.