Twelve Weeks to Tidy Program Changes for 2019

 
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My most popular program is getting an update for 2019 and I couldn’t be more excited! While the fundamental components and material of the Twelve Weeks to Tidy online course will not be changing, I have made adjustments to the structure and delivery. This will allow me to accommodate enrolment on an on-going basis.

Previously, I have only been able to facilitate a limited number of programs per year, but the demand was much greater. This left clients either having to wait for the next launch or choose an alternative option for consulting. As a result, I’ve taken the request for something more accessible and have come up with an option that doesn’t compromise success and the support I pride myself in offering.

Details

  • The program will launch on January 6. 2019

  • Pricing will remain at $99USD for 2019

  • Once the program is purchased, all material will be emailed in a zip folder

    • New material has been added to the program

      • (‘Getting Started’ video, ‘Creating Your Vision’ Guide, ‘Reminders’ Checklist)

  • For families, a companion material package can be purchased for the program ($15USD)

    • Details on this will be posted on the Twelve Weeks to Tidy page in the coming weeks

  • The smaller Facebook groups have been replaced with the private, members-only My Joyful Home Facebook community. Lifetime access to this group is included at no additional cost.

    • Group forums, Q&A forums, Bi-weekly live video sessions, exclusive blog posts and resources. This allows members to have access to my assistance as needed throughout their tidying journey and beyond.

    • The Facebook Community is elective. Non-participation will not compromise the success of the program.

  • The bi-weekly webinars that had been offered as part of the original program, will be offered as recordings. Live video presentations will be facilitated every two weeks via the Facebook community group.

For a complete overview of the program, please visit the main Twelve Weeks to Tidy page.

Take advantage of the Christmas Special and save 15% on the purchase of the Twelve Weeks to Tidy Gift Certificate (yes, you can gift it to yourself!).

As always, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to email.

 

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