I have many popular WordPress blogs with 85,000 registered users, which I’m quite chuffed about. But now I’m asking that at least some of these users will join my mailing list because the benefits to you will be huge on a daily basis.
Two of these blogs relate to the “make money” niche and how to start and build an awesome home business to be proud of. I show you which key issues influence “becoming successful”. It’s very important that you separate “wealth” and “success” because they’re not always equal.
My other sites cover all aspects of health and wellness, which includes health discoveries, home remedies, alternative medicine and natural cures for many diseases such as cancer and diabetes, including depression.
Also covered are food and nutrition; fat loss, diets; exercise and fitness; lifestyle problems such as aging, longevity, skin care, cholesterol, high blood pressure, personal anxieties and anything at all that stops you enjoying total happiness, feeling confident and good about yourself.
Using emails means I can also give you access to my huge collection of self-development stuff.
Another area relates to pain relief especially concerning 20 conditions of “back pain” and associated treatments. In every case we try to find the root cause of your pain problem which in many cases is muscle inbalance and inflammation, and not what you thought.
We all live in a very changing world which means more pressures and anxieties just to keep up but I do believe my emails can help you with everything I’ve said so far.
I’m going to stick my neck out here and tell you that based on past experiences, most of my information is unique, and you’re not likely to see it anywhere else.
The bottom line is, I’m asking you to subscribe below to my mailing list so I can send you honest and useful emails. Please use your name and best email address then click the confirm link in the confirmation email you will receive soon after. Nothing will happen until you do that because I have to comply with the CANSpam Act of 2003.
What I’m asking for means a lot of extra work for me, but I’m dedicated to helping as many people as I can.