Hey lovelies, it’s been killing me to keep this quiet, so I’m chuffed to bits that I can finally announce my Super-Exciting Something.
Next week I’ll be teaching my first ever online class in collaboration with Tara Swiger from Blonde Chicken and Crafting A Business. As you’ll see if you watch the video below, I am quite ridiculously excited about this. In fact, it was all I could do not to pepper this entire post with exclamation marks.
What’s it about?
The class is called ‘Within Limits’ & it’s for those of you who want to have a creative business despite having time or energy challenges like an illness, children or another job. I wanted to share some of the things that I’ve learnt from my bloody-minded determination to have an art career (and now a shiny new business), despite having Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and raising a kid. Tara and I felt that November was the perfect time to offer this class because the holiday season tends to bring those time/energy challenges into sharp relief.
When is it?
The class is on Wednesday 10th November at 3pm Eastern Time and consists of an hour-long call with Tara and I, followed by a Twitter chat. You’ll then be sent a recording of the class AND a worksheet that will help you set out your own Time & Energy Budget. We’ll be talking tips and more importantly, the attitudes that can help you manage your own restrictions.
What does it cost?
The class is only $35, which is outrageously good value. Just to recap, that’s an online call, a Twitterchat, a recording and a worksheet, all for $35.
Oh Kirsty, please tell me more…
So, I made a little five minute video to launch the class and er, I got a bit over-excited…
This is either charming and funny OR I’m a complete dork, I haven’t quite decided which yet. It makes me laugh but I suspect that may be because I’m a dork.
Buy the class
If I’ve convinced you, head on over to Tara’s site and buy the class.
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And I will love you forever and come round to your house with chocolates. OK, maybe not the chocolate part because some of you are very far away but I would be very grateful and happy because I want to get this out to as many people as possible.