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Re-Story your Life is Live!!

**Happy dance!** Re-Story your Life is now officially live! I am so incredibly excited to share the course with the world. I’ve poured so much time and love into it over the past two months and it felt great to hit that “publish” button! {{If you’re so sure the class is for you that you don’t want to read anything else, you can hop on over to the enrollment page right here.}}

If you were on my email list as of this morning, you should have already received an email with a really fantastic discount code as my way of saying “thank you!” for being an amazing, dedicated Artisan Life reader. If you don’t see the email, please check your various email folders (if you have things automatically sorted by Gmail) or leave me a comment. I’ll just check to make sure you’re on the list and then will send you the needed info again. 🙂

But here’s the thing…

If you do have that 60% off code sitting in your inbox, I’m asking you not to use it. 

Let me explain.

A few days ago, my cousin started a GoFundMe account. As some readers know, my cousin Sean has been battling leukemia for two years. Interestingly, I remember exactly when I found out he’d been diagnosed with leukemia. My husband and I were visiting Florida for New Year’s and were staying with my grandmother. We’d already gone to bed when I heard the phone ring. My grandmother was asleep, so it rang all the way until voicemail picked up. Immediately the phone started ringing again. When the phone rings repeatedly at an odd hour it’s never good news! Eventually my grandmother woke up and answered. She has a small apartment, so I could hear her end of the conversation pretty well, and then I heard the news again from her in the morning. It’s never good to hear that a family member has cancer, and it’s even more jarring when that family member is your 10 months younger than you cousin.

To make a very long story short, traditional treatments weren’t able to completely remove the leukemia. A year ago, he received a bone marrow transplant from his younger brother. Even though the treatment went well, Sean officially entered relapse a few months ago and has been undergoing a new treatment called immunotherapy. Next month he’s planning to receive another treatment, a Donor Lymphocyte Infusion, with the help of his brother.

Sean, on the right, shortly before receiving a stem cell transplant from his brother. Photo via Team Phoenix Team in Training page.

In his words from his GoFundMe page, “The relapse this fall forced me to use more than just allopathic healing methods. I met some wonderful people to help me work on my mental and spiritual healing. This work has been deeply influential for me, giving me the confidence that the cancer won’t come back.” Sean’s attitude has been incredible throughout his journey, and I’m sure that’s a major reason why he’s continued to fight leukemia and looking forward to recovery. Research shows that more optimistic optimism works and the human mind is amazingly powerful.

This summer, Sean wants to return to France, where he was born, to witness his best friend’s wedding, visit friends and family, and begin working towards becoming an educator and developing a new educational model focused on global harmony and cooperation. His GoFundMe account will help him make this trip and continue his process of healing and self-discovery. {{If you want to read more about his plans, please visit the GFM page directly right here.}}

So what does all this have to do with a coupon code?!

  • If you have the 60% off coupon code and choose to enroll in Re-Story your Life at the full price without the coupon, I will donate 60% of the purchase price to Sean’s GoFundMe.

  • If you were not a subscriber and don’t have the coupon code, but enroll in the class, I will donate 50% of the course price to Sean.

  • If you chose to use the coupon code, I’ll still give 50% of what you pay to Sean’s fundraiser.

  • I’ll be doing this until the end of March. At that time, I’ll figure out who falls into which purchasing category and calculate how much to donate!

Or, of course, you’re welcome to visit his page and make a donation directly!

I am so excited for this course launch and hope I am able, with your help, to make a sizable contribution to Sean’s page.

If you’re trying to determine whether or not Re-Story your Life is for you, I encourage you to visit the course’s page here and/or watch this video explaining who it is for and who it is not for. {{If you’d like more info about the course content and how it works, please visit this post here!}}

The course enrollment page is right here when you’re ready to check it out. Thank you so much for sticking with me through this long post and please let me know if you have any additional questions about the class. 

I hope to see you in Re-Story your Life soon!

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  • Sean Hoover February 20, 2017, 12:20

    Wow! Thank you so much for doing this! I am amazed by your support and generosity.
    I had to challenge myself to stand up for myself and act according to my beliefs, which was no easy task. Many of us are influenced by the system in ways we don’t even realize, and finding harmony within your heart isn’t a given for everyone. Thanks Natasha for the work you’re doing, keep inspiring people!
    Much love to you, and thanks to everyone who takes part in your fundraiser. Bless you all for your kindness and support.
    Sean

    • Natashalh February 20, 2017, 12:34

      I absolutely agree that we are all influenced by ‘the system’ and don’t even know it! We are conditioned to believe that we are not enough and that we won’t be enough until we own some particular object, etc. Loosing my dad was definitely a turning point in my life – it helped me see more clearly the things that do matter and those that don’t and realize the strength we all have inside if we are brave enough to find it and let it out.

      Thank you for stopping by. I hope that my efforts are able to help. =)

  • BeadedTail February 22, 2017, 16:38

    Sending positive thoughts to your cousin! It’s wonderful of you to help him out too! I’m going to check this out later. The story of my life in tax season prevents me from devoting much time to re-storying my life but this sounds interesting. Thanks for offering it!

    • Natashalh February 22, 2017, 16:43

      I can’t even imagine how busy you are this time of year! Best of luck getting through to the end of April. =)

  • Duni February 22, 2017, 22:18

    Congratulations on launching your Re-Story-Your-Life-Course! The photo at the top is very appropriate. It evokes a fresh, carefree feeling; a new start 🙂
    I’m very sorry to hear of your cousin’s illness, but I’m glad he chooses a life affirming attitude, which indicates great inner strength. Happy to hear he is focusing on new projects and goals. It’s important to have those! Sending many blessings and healing vibes to your cousin and family.

    • Natashalh February 23, 2017, 06:54

      Thank you so much! For both your kind words and healing vibes. His attitude is so inspiring and I know all healing thoughts are appreciated.

  • Sarah Leonard February 24, 2017, 01:00

    I just purchased the course! Sending good vices to your cousin too 🙂

    • Natashalh February 24, 2017, 07:07

      Thank you!!! I hope you enjoy the course and thank you for the healing vibes. =)

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