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I’m off to Bali tomorrow with Clare Bowditch and Jessie Neave! I just wanted to pop in and tell you about a couple of things you might want to be part of, before I head off to craft in a Villa in Ubud. Oh my! There are 20 people coming along to our retreat to learn about creativity, yoga, craft, creative business and interesting stuff like that. Because this one sold out, Clare is running another one in November (and I get to go again!) How great is that?

I wanted to tell you about some other great (Pip) things:

It’s your last chance to join Blog Yay! for the earlybird price! It bumps up to $19/month or $129/year at the end of next week! Quick sticks!

Blog With Pip’s final run for 2014 is nearly sold out. Grab a spot, if you would like to learn about blogging with heart and soul and smarts from ME! It just takes a few hours a week, is self-paced and all happens online, so you can study from anywhere in the world!

Inspiration Information for Bloggers is almost upon us too. If you’re looking to give your blog a bit of a shake-up, blog more consistently and easily, then this eCourse might be good for you! There’s a bunch of wonderful bloggers all signed up and ready to get cracking and excited about blogging, perhaps you would like to join them?

Keep an eye on Instagram and Facebook for Bali updates, if that kind of thing sounds good to you!

(And if you have any Ubud/Seminyak tips, leave them in the comments below? It would be so helpful!)

xx Pip

 

 

 

5 Comments

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    Aimee Sealy
    September 9, 2014 at 8:26 PM

    I’ve signed up with Blog with Pip. Can’t wait to get started!!

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      Meet Me At Mikes
      September 9, 2014 at 8:30 PM

      Oh thank you Aimee!!! Welcome!!! See you in class!

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    nicole
    September 9, 2014 at 6:15 PM

    ooh i’ve never been to bali, so i can’t wait to hear all about it!!!
    have a fabulous time!
    xo

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    CC
    September 9, 2014 at 4:57 PM

    I have only been to Ubud ‘s Penestanan hills to stay with a friend and I can rec Alchemy in the hills for delicious vegan food, and the quirky little Japanese place next to it too. If you are up that way, check out Blanco Museum and Tjampuan Hotel for a swim or just walk in their gardens (free) also, go down to the bottom level of Murni’s Warung for the most delightful views and food.
    There is the Yellow Flower Cafe and nearby yoga schools on a drop in basis, it is a magical area. I also loved the buzz of Yoga Barn, great place to hang out with friends.
    One other place is trekking through the rice fields to Sari Organik, have the pandan pancake, I hope it rains, it is so lush and the people in all these places were kind and gentle and wonderful. Ooh the girls at Cantika massage, looks really basic, it is on the way to Sari Organik, are the best.
    Have fun, so much goodness in Ubud.

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      Meet Me At Mikes
      September 9, 2014 at 8:00 PM

      Thanks for those great tips! I really appreciate it! I am going to see if we have time to visit one or two! Sounds like you had the best time in Ubud! x

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