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Upcoming Workshops & Housekeeping



We’re packing up the house, leaving Mexico tomorrow (hahahaha, um, we hope) and driving across to Texas before flying out to Barcelona. Couple of quick updates:

ONE: I’m running a workshop in Barcelona from May 5-9th and I just had a cancellation so there is now ONE TICKET available. The group is small, just 8-10 people in any of my workshops, so it’s really hands on, and super fun. I get extremely positive feedback after each one, but for me, I just love meeting people and talking about creative stuff. If you can jaunt over to Barcelona and make it, this one ticket is being sold at 50% off. It’s a five day workshop and includes full lifetime access to my online course materials and follow up skype and email support with me!

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TWO: I have scheduled out the dates for two more workshops for this fall. BOSTON and PORTLAND! Wee! I am so excited but I think these dates will fill up really fast. I did a short early bird discount if you register before May 1st.

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THREE: Did you know I run an online workshop/course about blogging? I do. It’s here. If you sign up for the unlimited program and use the discount code “almost” it’s crazy cheap. I set it to expire on May 1st. Go to the enroll page, pick the unlimited level and enter the discount code to see the price..

FOUR: Thank you guys for following along… I can’t wait to take photos of Europe this summer and I’m already dreaming of the food.

FIVE: Anyone in Barcelona? Want to get a drink? Drop me a line, especially looking to make new friends and those with young children!

 

Christine Gilbert

I’ve been dragging my husband around the world since 2008 always with the promise that, “Yes, Drew there will definitely be hammocks there.”

THERE ARE RARELY HAMMOCKS.

http://christinegilbert.com

10 comments

  • Hi Christine. Exciting news about the Portland workshop! I will be in Seattle until Sept. 7th and then planned to leave to SEA or Europe but I’m going to try to extend my stay to attend.
    Just a couple of things about the post above. Pretty sure they’re just typos due to ridiculous amount of stuff on your plate right now but want to make sure I have it right before I confirm. 🙂
    1) I assume the cost is a typo and should be regular $249 with the early bird discount at $200? I read it as the other way around.
    2) The Portland workshop is 3 days right? I know it says that but then in the description it says a one week workshop.
    Good luck with the move!

  • Hi Christine! I recently emailed you about the possibility of enrolling in your Forever Access program but the price tag was just a little more than I could do…. which is why I was so excited to see the hugely discounted rate with the code!! I am now officially a member and could not be more excited!

    Would love to attend the Boston workshop (I’m based in DC), but I may be out of the country at that time so I’ll have to hold off for now and keep my fingers crossed that it doesn’t completely book up 🙂

    Thanks again!

    Cheers,
    Kara

    • Yay! Welcome! I will post a reminder closer to the date, I know it’s hard to plan that far out when you’re traveling.

      • We, are situated in this small sleepy hamlet…..of Mukteshwar in the district-nainital (India)…..”Veselka” is around 100 years old cottage now converted in to a nice vacation home with 6 rooms and great views with orchards all around…….To be here is a feeling in some other world….mornings start with birds chirping….and the evening shows the artistic co lours of sky and mountains….Around 1929 Jim Corbett a world renowned hunter & nature lover came here to shoot a man eating tiger and fell in love with its natural beauty.mail us- veselka.resort@gmail.com

  • We, are situated in this small sleepy hamlet…..of Mukteshwar in the district-nainital (India)…..”Veselka” is around 100 years old cottage now converted in to a nice vacation home with 6 rooms and great views with orchards all around…….To be here is a feeling in some other world….mornings start with birds chirping….and the evening shows the artistic co lours of sky and mountains….Around 1929 Jim Corbett a world renowned hunter & nature lover came here to shoot a man eating tiger and fell in love with its natural beauty.

  • ah, so it is your site ‘blog brilliantly’ ? ok!! i had been referred to BOTH sites by my teacher, i did not realize, until looking at this page, noticing the workshop images were the same. ok, yeah! as soon as i am done with school, i will sign up for your workshops and such! thank you.

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