FREE QUEER ONLINE WELLNESS GATHERING FOR WOMEN

From 20 to 24 January queer women from around the world will be gathering online to share wisdom, inspiration and great conversation about all things Happy and Healthy Lesbian.


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It’s the inaugural Happy Healthy Lesbian Telesummit and you’re invited!  Click the link below to find out more about this free event!

 

Starting on January 20 and running for five days the Happy Healthy Lesbian Telesummit will bring you the best interviews from queer women’s coaches, mentors and guides sharing all things happy and healthy, from bodies and relationships to money and finances, food and nutrition, travel, wellness and spirit.

All for queer women by queer women. And all for free!

This week-long celebration is hosted by The Happy Healthy Lesbian Founder (http://www.thehappyhealthylesbian.com/), Amy McDonald.

“I wanted to create a real rush of inspiration for queer women who want 2014 to be special.”

“The Happy Healthy Lesbian Telesummit is for queer women who are looking for more help, support and encouragement to take lasting steps towards being happier and healthier, starting right now!”

Amy will be speaking with her favourite queer women wellness experts about:

Registration is free and includes access to over 5 hours of interviews with lesbian experts in the wellness space as well as e-books, online courses and newsletters.

More information about the Happy Healthy Lesbian visit

www.thehappyhealthylesbian.com

www.fb.com/thehappyhealthylesbian

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