A Giveaway to Create Your Dream Life!

Do you wish you had a roadmap to show you the way to your dream life?

Louise from “Dream-Inspire-Create” is running a Spring Session of Big Dreams, Small Wonders and will take you on a journey to accelerate yourself to success Doing What You Love to Do.

One of my lucky readers is going to get a FREE place in the 6 week class! YEAH! All you have to do is comment below answering the following: “If you could do anything, without fear, no money needed, what would you choose to do with your life?”

I will choose the winner randomly on Sunday 27th and stay tuned for a special interview with me on Louise’s blog that day too.

In addition to offering a free place on the e-course, Louise is also going to be offering a lovely discount to all of you who visit me here at Creative Kismet, so this is so awesome! Thank you Louise!

Louise says that this 6 week program gives you the tools, techniques, inspiration, community and celebration to empower you to go from where you are now, to where you want to be.

I took the class in January and it was the perfect lift to get me going on several projects. There are lots of fun exercises to get you thinking about how to get on the right track, plus tools to get your ideas and dreams organized. The little push and the inspiration I was given was invaluable.

Visit Big Dreams, Small Wonders to find out more and Good Luck!

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22 Responses to A Giveaway to Create Your Dream Life!

  1. Ashley says:

    Wow! If I did not have to worry about money, I would get my master’s degree in museum studies and my PhD in art history. I would love to become either the curator of a museum or an art history professor.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Gracie Mae says:

    Oh, goodness. I think I’d either take my family and live in the Tuscan countryside or move to a farm where we could grow our own food, have our own animals…This course sounds awesome! It might be just what I need right now. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  3. April Cole says:

    If I could do anything… complete my master’s degree in religion, which will entitle me to be a religious counselor. It has been a dream of mine to combine creativity with spirit. Art & soul… in conclusion “art therapy”

    Thank you for this opportunity :]

  4. iHanna says:

    Wow, what a great giveaway! I dream about soooo many things, most of them is about creativity and DOING. If I had enough money and guts I would start a mixed media art center/studio and invite everyone to retreats! 🙂

  5. Rachel says:

    If I didn’t have to worry about money, I would love to go to cooking school to eventually become a vegan chef skilled in raw and gluten-free cooking. If only I had the money and the lack of debt! This dream would also include the money to pursue artistic endeavors that my lack of money and a sewing machine have stopped me from accomplishing.

  6. Oh I love Louise, thanks for such a wonderful giveaway! If $$ was no object I would want to do the same as Hanna…build a fabulous art studio big enough to host fabulous art weekends with friends. I’d also love to travel and meet my blog friends around the world!

  7. Joyce says:

    If money were of no concern….I would take classes on how to cook healthier, then open a shop on our old town main street, over looking the river. I would sell sewing, craft, and gardening books and encourage all my crafty friends to bring their creations to my store to put on display or to sell. There would be a studio upstairs where I could explore all types of interesting creative endeavors like encaustic and watercolor painting, designing quilts, writing novels, etc.

    Who knows…sometimes dreams do come true.

  8. If I could do anything I wanted, I’d write. I’d do it full time, and constantly. I’d blog, get back to writing short stories and poetry, and I’d work harder at getting published. I’d also take as many art classes as I wanted, something I try to do now, but it’s so hard to find A. time, and B. time. What a fantastic giveaway! Good luck to us all!

  9. krystin says:

    Wow, I am so curious about this course.!! If I could do anything, I would love LOVE to record my own music and then create a sound that I only can hear in my head with electic violins and cellos!! SOOO amazing

  10. Ashley says:

    If I could do anything I wanted, I’d travel the world looking for treasures to take home. I’d take classes to learn how to sew clothes and how to be an awesome cook.

    The 27th is my birthday. I’ll keep my fingers crossed for birthday luck. 😀

  11. Laurie May says:

    Oh how I would love to travel. I would also love to win this wonderful gift. Thank you for this offering of a free ecourse!!

  12. Lola Shahdadi says:

    I struggled to achieve my dream to become a sign language interpreter. Mission accomplished! Now I wish to teach prelingual children sign language so that I can eliminate frustration by giving them a solid way to communicate their needs.

  13. Natalie A says:

    I would becoming a freelance journalist, writer, and editor. Not only would I be able to marry my creative and research passions, I would have the flexibility I so crave for myself and my family.

  14. I would quit my job tomorrow and be a full time artist.

  15. elsa says:

    First I would travel. I’ve wanted to go to Spain for a long time. I’m so inspired by Antoni Gaudi’s work, would love to see it in person. Then to India to see Amachi (the hugging Guru) and sit in an ashram for a while. Then I would come back to Portland and open a studio for people to come be creative. Invite teachers to come teach what they know and not make it too expensive so everyone could enjoy it!

  16. kristie says:

    if money were no object i would quit my job 5 minutes ago and refinish/restyle furniture and ‘stuff’ in general (that i gathered from thrift stores, estate sales and such) to sell in a super neat shop in the downtown area of my city where i’d also let like minded artsy types peddle their wares too. said super neat shop would also serve fabulous fair trade coffee, superb herbal teas and yummy ‘whole foods’ treats baked by me in the small yet efficient kitchen located in the rear of the store. not that i’ve thought about it or anything 😉 thanks for the wonderful opportunity to win!

  17. Jessica says:

    Yay! This sounds like fun. I am currently hard at work on my dream which is to photograph newborns, babies, and children (and pregnant mommies too). I am setting up my studio and shooting for the moon. I’m also trying to learn about the business side. Lots of stuff going on.

  18. Michele says:

    I’m not sure what I’d do as I’ve always had to stay grounded in reality and not dream. I would like to learn how to dream <3

  19. perches says:

    My pre- and post-parenthood dreams collide quite a bit, conflicted between dreams that dwell close to home and getting back to adventures out in the big wide world.
    Home-ish dreams: 5 acres of organic fruits & veg, small orchard, raising rabbits and chickens and babies; AND running a local yarn store; AND running a small non-profit organizing volunteer service projects in the community.
    Wide world dreams: go back for graduate degree in crisis & emergency management, then get back into the field. also take pt classes for other interests (writing MFA & culinary school – desserts focus).

  20. Johoanna says:

    Wow, what a great opportunity. My dream is this: to have some land where I can have a small flock of sheep of various breeds from Europe, catering for the home spinner/knitter. I would also have a fully sustainable home with wood stove and heater, a big vege garden and fruit trees and chickens are also a must. And a wonderful someone special to share it all with. Then I could indulge in creating wonderfully dyed and natural fiber and yarn. Oh bliss!

  21. I would love to move all my family to a large place with a lot of land to raise everything we needed. Then I would love to be able to travel and work on my art that I really love.

  22. Heather S. says:

    I have soooo many ideas and can’t seem to narrow down my focus. I’d love to concentrate on my illustration and figure out the whole licensing thing or children’s book illustrations. 🙂

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