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Apology
Firstly, I want to apologise to all my faithful email followers for the lack of blogging these past few weeks.  Since starting this blog in 2009 I have never been too busy to blog but this past month or so has been the busiest I have been in my life!  However, the good news is that you will soon be getting much more and better quality blogging from me.

News
I also want to apologise for using my blog as a business website, it was out of necessity but now that will stop as we have created a brand new site for the business side of things called the Women's Business Club  - check out all the new sites here:
www Website:    www.womensbusinessclub.co.uk
Facebook:    www.facebook.com/wombizclub
Twitter:www.twitter.com/wombizclub  
YouTube:www.youtube.com/wombizclub  
LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/company/  
GooglePlus:www.plus.google.com/110671150713694453023  
Pinterest:www.pinterest.com/wombizclub  

Giveaway
The great news is that over the past few months I have not lost one of my email followers - so if that is you, thank you for sticking by me!  As a thank you, I would like to offer a gift to my email followers, and if you are not an email follower, there is still time to sign up - subscribe by email on the top right hand column of my blog.    The giveaway - whatever you want from our shop* - you choose one thing and I will pick two of you to receive the gift of your choice.  Leave a comment on this post about what you love about this blog and what gift you would like - I will randomly pick two winners and post it here on 5th October.

Coming Up
What you can expect from me now is regular posts about my life in general, occasional business posts, occasional ministry posts, regular posts with Girl's Night material, family news, encouragement, giveaways, reviews of books, movies and fun stuff we get up to and so much more.

Our next events are as follows:
Women's Business Club - Clarify Workshop, 1 Oct and Network Lunch, 2 Oct
King's Daughters Village - My 40th birthday party fundraiser, 14 Dec

*  T-shirts are limited as we only have a few in stock at the moment.

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