Friday, March 28, 2008

Feel Better Quickly with FREEBIE Ebook!

You CAN feel better quickly if you know what to do. And I created a whole virtual resource box with my new book, which you can get at

Here's the cover photo:

Meanwhile, though, I want to offer you a FREE trial version. Check it out. See how you like it. Obviously, I'm sneakily hoping that many of you will like it so much that they'll want more...

So here's my gift to you: The Special Edition Try-It-Out version. You can get it right here:

Get Your FREE Ebook Here!

And unlike other trial version things, this ebook will remain functional forever. It won't self-destruct in 30 days. The only trial about it is that there's a bigger and better version, the full-size version, which you can buy after having had a chance to test-drive the trial version.

So go ahead and get it. You'll never know when it might come in handy.

Feel-good tools are always good to have around.

Get Your FREE Ebook Here!



Saturday, February 9, 2008

Law of Attraction & Art of Allowing in Action

The Law of Attraction has started to play an ever greater role in the way I'm living my life. Not that I always get it right, but I'm making progress, or so I like to think.

Thanks to Abraham's teachings, and various other resources that have helped me get a better handle on exactly what is really meant by "The Art of Allowing" I'm actually getting better at allowing. I mean, I'm actually "getting" it.

Allowing is simply the absence of resisting it. And any worry that maybe I won't get it is resisting it. I love the pizza example I came across on Steve Pavlina's website, which has in fact been among the resources that have been most helpful on my quest to understand this stuff. Here's the link for Steve Pavlina's blog but please come back later, pretty please.

The pizza example: You order pizza, and then you just expect it to show up and won't spend another minute thinking about it until it does. That's a fantastic way to approach manifestation.

A particular good resource is Steve's series of podcasts which can be found somewhere on his website, and in particular his wife Erin's segment where she illustrates with that very example (or was it with Chinese food?) just what "allowing" really means.

Steve's blog and forum are fantastic. When I "grow up", I want a blog like Steve Pavlina's or something along the lines, but "me" if you know what I mean.

Meanwhile, my own "other" blog has gone through a little bit of growth as well.

If you haven't checked it out recently, you may want to do that. As my skills and my enthusiasm for internet marketing kept growing, I started sneaking more and more entries aobut that topic, and eventually I figured it might actually turn off those who go there primarily for self-help stuff.

So I decided to finally do what I thought I would be doing sooner or later anyway:

Separate out the web stuff and internet marketing stuff and turn it into its own blog: which is now

And my other blog is of course My favorite self-help stuff blog. Come on and visit.

I just posted my newest culinary discovery -- spiced hot chocolate -- but EASY spiced hot chocolate -- made with a hot chocolate mix, cold milk, hot water, and curry & garam masala powder. Yummy!

And if you sign up for my newsletter, you'll learn a whole bunch about stress management (but from a somewhat more unconventional angle) plus I'm in the middle of a series on manifestation and allowing.

You can get in on this by going to this link right here. I'm beginning to feel the page you'll get to is just a tad hype-y, and I'll tone it down some, but really, I think my newsletter rocks, plus you'll get a whole free ebook just for signing up.

And, if you don't like it, you can obviously unsubscribe, as is standard practice these days. Every installment of the newsletter features and unsubscribe link at the bottom. Of course, I hope you'll absolutely LOVE my newsletter and won't want to ever live without it, but I do know how it is with overflowing inboxes...

Anyway, it's 3 o'clock in the morning and I better get some zzzzzzzzzzzz.

Have a fantastic day!


P.S.: Have I mentioned my Squidoo lenses yet? They have videos from YouTube. Check them out. Here are some of them:

Secret to Riches
Abraham & Esther Hicks
Secret to Happiness

Saturday, January 12, 2008

More Money in 2008? Here's Some Free Information I Just Found!

Would you like more money in 2008? Don't we all? ;-)

Well, I just found this free report on how to make money on the web, and YOU can get one too! It came from the AWAI people who are specialists on copywriting and from whom I've got a bunch of stuff, all good, so I decided to check it out.

And I got permission to give it away! So here it is:

Just published...

The New Age Work At Home Plan: Internet Based Financial Independence in Simple 10 Steps.

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(Use the Gold Key at the bottom of the site to bypass the order form and save $97.)

Good luck! Elisabeth

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Friday, January 11, 2008

Happy New Year! And Updates...

Happy New Year. May 2008 be the year that brings us all everything we wish for!

For starters, I realize I've been more than a bit neglectful of my blogger blog. This will be changed.

Starting immediately, I'll start posting more regularly.

There will be updates on my progress with the dashboard, on my new article writing adventures (more on that on my other self-help stuff blog. Just go there and click on the button to the right (the blue square one that says Platinum Expert Author ;-) on it) and it will take you to ALL of my articles on! Just in case you run out of reading materials...

So anyway, that's what I've been up to.

But by way of my new year's resolution (there's an article on that too), which I really prefer to think of as new year's envisionings or anticipations, I will start adding info here regularly too (and different stuff from the other blog, so you will have a reason to come here).

Meanwhile, I hope the new year has been kind to you so far, and I look forward to chatting with you more soon.

Have a fabulous weekend.