Win A Free Course – Create A Christmas Journal

 

Christmas is just around the corner, and in the spirit of festivity and giving, I have decided to run a contest.

The winner will receive a free place on Create A Christmas Journal course, which starts on December 15. 

To find out what the course is all about, read the description here.

If you want to create a valuable personal memento of your own for yourself or to give someone as a present, this course will help you do that. While this course focuses on Christmas, in the spirit of transferable ideas, there is nothing to stop you from using this material and relating it to other holidays.

Before I tell you about the contest, first let me answer a valid concern:

What if I have already bought this course?

If you have already purchased this course, then you can either give this win to someone else as a gift or you can pick another course of same or lesser value within next 12 months. Kaizen Journaling Academy will be offering a range of courses in 2013, and you will have the opportunity to take your pick.

To enter the contest and for your free chance to win, all you need to do is enter a comment below, telling me where you are from, and why you want to win this course.

The winner will be selected at random on December 12, 2012.
WINNER: Pam from Georgia, US

 

 

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24 thoughts on “Win A Free Course – Create A Christmas Journal

  1. Hi! I am from the beautiful state of Utah. Oh winter is wonderful right now. Cold but awesome. I would love to win this course. I’m new to journaling and think this would be great fun. A good way to keep me going!

  2. Hello. I’m Evelyn from Putnam County, Florida, USA. I would love to enjoy this course and learning about special Holiday Journaling. I also believe sharing journals as gifts for family and friends is a wonderful idea. Thank you for the contest and the opportunity to have one of your courses.

  3. Ohio! It seems like it would be fun since I’ve never done a Christmas journal before and I need a reason to use the mass amounts of notebooks I already have. haha

  4. I am from Arkansas. When I win the Create a Christmas Journal course, I will be better able to create a memorable gift for my family, especially my children. It will be a great opportunity to better know the Kaizen courses tempting me to purchase more in 2013.

  5. I’m from just outside of East London in the UK. Not very nice to look at! I’d love to win the course as I enjoyed meet your muse so much

    1. Kimberely,

      I will be in London just after Christmas with my family :-) In touristy London though as it’s my mom’s first visit to the UK.

      I am glad you enjoyed Meet Your Muse.

      Good luck!

  6. I am from Georgia, US. I am interested in the Create a Christmas Journal course because while I love this time of year, especially gatherings with family and friends, the expectations are physically and emotionally demanding. The course would afford me the opportunity to process my thoughts and feelings, as well as have a reference for the future to gauge the progress of my physical therapy rehabilitation. Thank you for your consideration. Pam

  7. I am from Rhode Island and would love to learn to do these types of creations because I love to journal and love collage and scrapbooking but want to merge and try a new way to marry these two loves (three) – and need to learn some basic how to’s to help me along the journey. Plus it sounds really cool.

    1. Dawn,

      Thank you :-) My focus is more on writing, as that is what I focus on for journaling and for personal development and reflection. But you would be able to use any medium you prefer.

      Good luck.

  8. I am from Plymouth, Pennsylvania, U.S. and I would love to win this opportunity because I have a mostly humbug attitude toward Christmas and I am desperately trying to change it!! Plus I would love to have the opportunity to try one of your journaling courses.

  9. I journal and have for a number of years. During this time of year I know I dance around the emotions that swirl around the holidays. Today I received heart breakig news of a friend’s sudden death. I will write about it. Knowing myself I will record the event but will ‘dance around’ my feeling about it. A Christmas journal event will probably help me take hold and ‘face the music.” Thanks for the opportunity.

    1. Susan,

      I’m sorry to hear about your loss. I understand where you are coming from. It’s not always easy to just face the feelings. I wish you all the best.

      While any of the journaling courses will help you towards facing your feelings, there will be a continuous selection of them throughout 2013, so you can pick the one or more that appeal to you the most.

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