Design Aglow sponsors learnfest workshop

Registration opened Saturday, Nov 15 at noon EST. Update: LF09 is closed....sold out our 60 openings in under four hours. Awesome!!

After a hugely successful Learnfest '08, I am thrilled to announce Learnfest '09 with my fabulous co-presenters and Design Aglow contributors, Audrey Woulard, Laura Novak and Tamara Lackey. This will be the *only* workshop that each of us will teach next year...so if you love these talented ladies like I do, and you would like to see how to incorporate much of the eye candy you see here on Design Aglow into your own business, you may want to jump on this opportunity.

You can view more details on the learnfest website and be sure to see "the buzz" section for what our '08 attendees are saying!




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