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    Stephanie
    Adventurer
    @sssheely

    Dance. Write. Yoga. Massage. Facials. Travel. Read. Cook healthy. Hang out with friends. Learn. Meditate. Go to concerts and events. Write in Leonie journals.
    Telluride festivals: film, bluegrass, crested butte festival, so you think you can dance, folks fest

    Looks a lot like my, “What I’d do if my income was passive” list. I can check off about 80% of those things this year, though. It’s crazy how easy it is to put off scheduling in even something as awesome as a massage. Got that scheduled, now. Yay!

    #7417

    Andy Freist
    Mountain Guide
    @andyfreist

    Yes! Awesome!

    I’m not sure what a telluride festival is, but I can relate with festivals being a big part of your life.

    When I’m not doing this internet biz stuff, I’m making music, DJing and putting together conscious dance events, festivals, etc.. Music is my medicine 😉

    #8429

    Eunita L
    Adventurer
    @Bee

    Hello Stephanie!

    Leonie Journals! Hooray! Three cheers for finding another ECourseAdventurer who knows and loves Leonie Journals (and planners and coloring pages)!

    And yes about the Festivals. There is power in the sense of community and belonging, art and camraderie and survival amidst the crowds, strangers become buddies, sometimes even friends — Ahh festivals — yes yes yes to all of it. I am a Festival person myself, Steampunk and Renaissance Festivals instead of music. (Why not music? Never had the courage to go (don’t want to go alone)… And yes indeed Festivals are GRAND ways to mark place and time.

    Bonus points for getting massages scheduled!

    #11667

    Penny Claringbull
    Adventurer
    @pennyclaringbull

    Hi there @sssheely and @bee,

    By Leonie journals, do you mean Leonie Dawson of the Shine Academy? If so, then I am another one! I love the way she’s turned her creativity into a business and is fearless about being herself. As for festivals, I am into local food festivals and writing festivals. And I just got my calendar out and scheduled the ones coming up over the next 6 months.

    Feels great! I will be there!

    #12784

    Jo Rhodes
    Adventurer
    @stuffjolikes

    I’m another Leonie journal girl
    In our little town of Settle in North Yorkshire there are 15 of us doing the workbooks and we meet up monthly for vision board, goal setting and general girly encouragement and usually mountains of cake:)
    I am already doing lots of the things I want to do.. but would like to have more income to make our travels bigger and help financially support community projects I’m involved with..

    #14288

    sharon Lock
    Adventurer
    @Sharon

    I’m a Leonie girl too. ; )

    #14419

    Eunita L
    Adventurer
    @Bee

    I am excitedly geeking out over finding Leonie journal people in the ECourseAdventure!!  I may be over-caffienated this morning, but for the love of watercolors I am THRILLED to find you all!  @sssheely   @pennyclaringbull   @stuffjolikes  and @sharon   = HOORAY!!!!

    I am in Minnesota and do not have a group that meets — no cake and journal talk for me.   Perhaps… Lets do a Bi-weekly, twice a month Check In with our Leonie Progress + Ecourse Progress.  I’ll start a campfire chat and post it here.   @sssheely THANK YOU for being the first one to mention Leonie!

     

    @sssheely are you headed to any festivals in February?

    #14440

    Stephanie
    Adventurer
    @sssheely

    @bee  We don’t have many festivals here in Colorado in February. It’s kind of the cold, dead part of the year. Great time to hunker down and work on an ecourse…and fill out Leonie journals 🙂

    How about you?

    I’d love to be part of the Leonie campfire. Great idea 🙂

     

    #14442

    Stephanie
    Adventurer
    @sssheely

    @bee I went to a couple music festivals alone as a volunteer (the Rocky Mountain Folks Fest), and these are some of my best memories. Volunteering was a great way to meet new people and feel part of the crowd. Plus, free tickets! I’m an introvert, though, so I can relish the experience of laying back in the sun and listening to folk music lyrics in solitude. Anyway, something to consider 🙂

     

    #15253

    Bradley Morris
    Mountain Guide
    @bradleytmorris

    I’m also a Leonie Fan. I don’t know what this magical journal is you speak of, but I think I’ll like it!

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