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January 8, 2015

Just a mini update to let you know the eCourses that I’m running over January/February!

Blog With Pip
Learn to blog better or launch a blog from scratch! Perfect for newbies or for people who want to give their blog a bit of a Spring clean. More details and course description here.

Inspiration Information for Bloggers
A kick in the pants, inspiration-wise, for your blog. More details and course description here.

Blog With Pip 2.0
If you’ve already completed Blog With Pip, this all new course is the follow up to finessing your blog. More details and course description here.

Inspiration Information
Creative everyday! A 30 day guide to a more creative life. Spark ideas and inspiration and write a practical plan for a more creative year. More details and course description here.




All courses are online over a period of around one month. All lessons are downloadable, so you can save and keep them forever.

Why are my eCourses different to others? Because they are not expensive. (Because I am not an entrepreneur!) Because I am not an ‘expert’ but rather I am LIVING/DOING the things I teach very successfully. (I am not ABOUT it, I AM it!) Because I am with you every step of the way. Because each course feeds into a mini-community. Because I am here to help you even after the course has finished! (After course care is very important to me – a student is for life, not just for Christmas!)

I’ll ask my students to pop by and give you their feedback on the courses in the comments of this post! Then you can hear it straight from the horses mouth and decide if this is for you!

Hope you have a great day!  See you a bit later (hopefully with a cute tutorial on how to crochet a flower, if I can get it finished!) Don’t forget to join in with #52hellos – it’s already turning out SO SO CUTE!!

x Pip


  • Reply Jo Ferre May 30, 2015 at 8:35 PM

    I am finally taking the plunge. I just signed up for the June intake of Blog with Pip! Yippee!

  • Reply Sam January 14, 2015 at 5:30 PM

    Looking forward to BWP two point oh!!! 😀

  • Reply Naomi (dayscareen) January 11, 2015 at 4:38 AM

    I could not recommend the Blog with Pip course more highly. I had a blog before it but it was barely used and I really knew hardly anything about blogging, especially the more technical side of things. The Blog with Pip course revolutionised my thinking and gave me the ‘oomph’ to really give my blog a go….the tlc it needed. As has been said before, this course gives you even more than it says on the tin, it is the community you become part of through the course and all the support and inspiration that gives. Although I’ve never met Pip, I reckon she is a pretty lovely lady and doing one of her courses leaves you feeling bright and lovely yourself. I reckon a course with Pip would be the perfect start to the new year x

  • Reply Trish January 8, 2015 at 10:41 PM

    I was lucky enough to be taught by the wonderful Pip last year, and I just wanted to add my voice to those above and encourage people out there who are thinking of doing one of the ace courses, to go ahead and do it! Sign up now! Pip is the real deal.. a genuine, super clever, generous teacher who you will learn so very much from, and the unreal online community you will then have access to is worth its weight in gold. Sign up! You’ll never regret it.

  • Reply Karen January 8, 2015 at 9:43 PM

    I was fortunate enough to do 3 of Pip’s courses last year. I started Blog with Pip without a blog and absolutely no idea about wordpress and Pip guided me every step along the way. Later in the year I did Inspiration Information which was just a fantastic course for creative minded (or wanna be creative) people. There was so much wonderful content and plenty of practical exercises too. And of course I couldn’t help myself so I HAD to do the Inspiration Information for Bloggers which was the icing on the cake! Pip is so generous in her teaching and goes way beyond what would be expected of an online course. She also brings together people to create a wonderful community. If you want to start a blog, revamp your old blog or just want to work some creativity into your day, you will find one of Pip’s courses to suit you.

  • Reply RebeccaHJ January 8, 2015 at 9:13 PM

    Blog with Pip showed me the way and literally changed my life by showing me what is possible with a blog. Now I have two! I’ve signed up to Inspiration Information that starts later this month, and I CANNOT wait. And what a fabulous online community Pip has created with all her courses. Thanks Pip! x

  • Reply Susan Nethercote January 8, 2015 at 8:43 PM

    I was a little in two minds about doing Blog with Pip as I’ve been a bit of an online-course-a-holic over the past year and was trying to break the habit. I’m so glad that I didn’t! Blog with Pip was such a huge breath of fresh air. Pip is an incredibly generous and clear communicator about all things blog, which can be such an overwhelming world. There were so many useful and really easy to follow lessons. But what has really taken my breath away is the Alumni community which are such an incredibly ace group of people all helping each other a long. It’s been such a treat, thanks Pip! xxx

  • Reply Sandra Kelly January 8, 2015 at 3:51 PM

    Don’t think about it… just do yourself a favour and sign up! DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR! Get it? Got it? Done it? Good! You won’t be sorry! 🙂 Xxxx

  • Reply Jacquie January 8, 2015 at 2:52 PM

    I started my first Blog With Pip course with only the idea that I wanted to start a blog. I hadn’t written anything, I didn’t really have many ideas about what I wanted to write and where I wanted it to go – all I knew was that I was interested in starting a small blog and writing it on the side to my everyday job. Pip’s e-courses gave me an insight into exactly why I was wanting to write, what kind of blog I wanted to set up, and gave me everything I needed to know in order to actually set it up and make it happen. On top of being so wise and helpful, Pip is super lovely, positive, and encouraging – I honestly don’t think you could get a better person to help you along your little blogging journey.

    I loved the first e-course but was studying full-time at the same time and I often lost track of things so I signed up for the course again! It didn’t feel repetitive or boring – going over the same material actually helped consolidate things for me.

    I have also done Pip’s Inspiration Information For Bloggers e-course and LOVED that as well! For someone who was consciously trying to make an effort to be more creative, not only in a blogging respect, but just in every day life, this course was perfect.

    I’ve signed up for BWP 2.0 and can’t wait to see what that has in store! I never thought I would have a blog (for a whole bunch of different reasons, mostly relating to lack of confidence) but Pip made me stop and think I actually could do it. I now run a little blog called birdandfox – just part time as I’m still a full-time student – and I really love the creative outlet! Thanks Pip!

  • Reply Deanna January 8, 2015 at 2:32 PM

    Pip’s Inspiration Information ecourse is one of the best things I did last year. I’m so glad I took a chance and joined the course. I was getting a bit lost creatively and inspiration was lacking. I was comparing myself to everyone else on all the sites and blogs I visited, and I was a bit lost with how to be creative when you are meant to be a grown up. Pip’s course was fun, freeing, welcoming and gave you the chance to interact with classmates in a non-scary online totally supportive world. You could set your pace and participate and a level that felt comfortable for you. I still use Pip’s notes and activities when I need a bit of a courage or confidence boost, and the Facebook group gives me somewhere to pop into to see what my classmates are up to or if they have any recommendations. I can’t recommend this course enough!

  • Reply Deb Baker January 8, 2015 at 2:01 PM

    I had a blog and online shop but it was going nowhere and I was flailing. I’ve been a fan/ follower of Pip’s for years so when I saw that she was offering a blogging course i knew it would be worthwhile. I looked around at many other courses but nothing else offered the value for money, content and follow up service that Pip offered. My blog has gone from strength to strength during the time I’ve done Pip’s courses and I’m now in the throes of moving my blog from Blogger to WordPress. The best and most unexpected thing that has come from doing Pip’s courses however has been Pip’s support long after you’ve finished your course. I had no idea she would make herself so available to us. What a fab gal she is! And the added bonus has been the community. You’ll meet a beautiful, like-minded, supportive group of people – cheering you on, offering advice, being there for you – people I now call friends. Doing Pip’s courses was the absolute best thing I’ve ever done for myself and my business. Do it!

  • Reply Bec R January 8, 2015 at 1:59 PM

    I participated in 3 of Pip’s courses last year and absolutely loved them. They’re fun and informative and Pip is super nice and answers all the questions – even after the courses are finished which I think is great. She has created a lovely community over on FB through her Blog with Pip courses, it’s so nice to be able to chat with like minded blogging peeps!

  • Reply Clare January 8, 2015 at 1:05 PM

    I’m so glad I signed up for BWP – it was on a whim, as I often find my best decisions are 🙂 Lovely practical advice, and a super supportive Facebook group – what more could a newbie blogger ask for!

    Clare xx

  • Reply Lori January 8, 2015 at 12:23 PM

    I completed the Blog with Pip course over November last year. Having studied online for 3 years and now some additional theory I can say that for an e-course Pip is spot on. The course is laid out in front of you so you can help yourself to the weekly lesson and in addition an online a weekly group discussion about the variety of writings and not so creative tech issues. This is a great building block for initiating communication with other bloggers but you also you get to chat with Pip herself. Best part of Pip’s course is that she welcomes you into a community of creative type that are constantly helping each other out.
    Don’t hesitate, if you are reading this, you already know you want to do it!!

  • Reply Clare January 8, 2015 at 12:23 PM

    I am looking with longing at BWP 2.0 and saving my pennies to do it. These courses are a reasonable price and they are not just a download and get on with it, they come with a fabulous community and the ever wonderful Pip! I have never done another course where the instructor is there at all, let alone there and interactive and encouraging.
    Go learn with Pip! I am.

  • Reply Simone January 8, 2015 at 12:00 PM

    I did two of the Blog with Pip course and one Inspiration information for bloggers. Both courses were fantastic. I would highly recommend them. You learn so much and get to join a fantastic online community. Everyone is supportive of each other and you can ask heaps of questions if you are unsure of anything. These courses have made my blog grow, given me the push to create new ideas and the confidence to know that you can make a great blog if you want to take that step further. Thanks Pip! xx

  • Reply Emily January 8, 2015 at 11:58 AM

    Pip’s courses are WOW, soooo good! I started with Inspiration Information last year ( and I nearly didn’t because I was quite nervous) and it was jam packed with inspiration, learning and fun. I got to ‘meet’ so many lovely people and we still ‘hang out’ online. Pip is so supportive and encouraging and fun as a teacher, I’ve never been so keen to do my homework! Blog with pip gave me the confidence (and skills) to start a blog, which by the way if you don’t have one but are thinking of it, go for it… It’s very rewarding. So yep in a nutshell, Pip’s courses are totally great and if there is one that is appealing to you I’d say Just do it, I’m sure you’ll be so glad you did.

  • Reply Lisa January 8, 2015 at 11:36 AM

    I did Pip’s Blog with Pip course late last year because I had been blogging for a couple of years and lost my blogging mojo. I am a writer not a craft blogger and was a little apprehensive about whether it was the right course for me. Pip got back to basics and helped me fall back in love with blogging. Her philosophy and creativity is what made the course as well as the fantastic community she has built over in her Facebook and blog pages. Make sure you give one of her courses a go-you won’t be sorry!

  • Reply Reannon @shewhorambles January 8, 2015 at 11:34 AM

    I adore Pip & everything she does. The week after I started my blog I signed up for Blog with Pip because I knew she was the person to show me all I needed to know, which she did! Now I am confident doing things I never thought I’d be able to, I have an awesome, supportive, clever, loving online community to help me whenever I need it & Pip is still there helping, encouraging & teaching. You can’t ask for more than that!
    If you’re a blogger or wanna be blogger do one, or all, of Pips courses, then join Blog Yay! It’ll be the best money you spend in yourself this year. Promise x

  • Reply Priscilla January 8, 2015 at 11:10 AM

    The best part of Pip’s courses (other than Pip herself of course) is the ongoing support she, and the rest of the Blog with Pip Alumni provide – a fabulous community of artists, writers, crafters, cooks who support and encourage you all the way. I encourage all to take part in as many of Pip’s courses as you possibly can.

  • Reply Robyna January 8, 2015 at 10:25 AM

    When I was looking for a blog course, I knew I wanted something that would improve my blog writing. I didn’t want something entirely focussed on the “big sell”. I wanted something that would inspire me. I wanted something that would help grow traffic – not through tricks but through the creation of good content. I was so glad to have found Blog With Pip which ticked all the boxes. I was really impressed with the content and most of all Pip’s accessibility and generosity. I learned lots and made some great bloggy pals – the best benefit of all. Thank you Pip!

  • Reply Annette January 8, 2015 at 10:22 AM

    Oh hello, a year ago I wanted to blog but didn’t know how. Now I do. And I love my blog!
    Blog With Pip is SUPER practical, fun and inspiring; and you’ll find a rad, likeminded community to learn with.
    So many resources you’ll have forever, so much chat and friendship and support.
    If you’re wondering, should I? I say YES!
    The help and encouragement you will get from Pip and from other students will blow your mind. Truly.
    And you don’t have to be “crafty”! BWP is for everyone, even boys!

    Inspiration Information took me on a ride that I wasn’t expecting.
    So many artists I hadn’t known before, and so much stuff to DO – that really was a heap of fun and exposed me to things I hadn’t done for too many years. Now I paint regularly and I love it!
    Pip’s not teaching colour by numbers, the beauty of her courses is that they become YOU shaped as you put time and energy into them.

    If you want 2015 to be a year where you get more in tune with yourself, and your creativity, a Pip-run course is just the thing. Heck, I’d almost give you a money back guarantee, and it’s not my course.

  • Reply Pips January 8, 2015 at 9:53 AM

    If you want to start up your blog, join in with Pip! I’d been pondering for a year, and a month later I’d uploaded my first post after joining Blog With Pip. It’s good, it’s crafty, it’s sensible and it makes sense! I’ve also met some gorgeous women who are like minded crafty bloggers. Do it! xxx

  • Reply Leanne Coughlin January 8, 2015 at 9:37 AM

    I really loved doing Blog With Pip, Pip. As a newish blogger a whole world of resources opened to me. So many links and leads to follow up … And it was great to get to know the other bloggers in the course. I loved the opportunity to talk about and share issues and directions and ideas. So thanks again.

  • Reply Pia January 8, 2015 at 9:26 AM

    I did Pip’s Blog with Pip’s course in May and it was fantastic. I’d never even had a blog or facebook account, so I was a real newbie. Pip helped me in really practical ways, and the course materials are clear and fun. Perhaps the best bit was becoming part of an incredible online community. I’ve learned so much from other participants, and the community is encouraging, supportive, and totally inspirational. As is Pip, who infuses everything with such heartfelt positivity and can-do encouragement. I loved the course and continue to learn and be inspired by being part of such a vibrant on-line community. Thanks Pip!

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