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Would you like to be included in a stylish ebook?

Hello, Dear Readers

July has been rather zoomy, hasn't it?  Amongst all the day trips I've managed to squeeze in for toddler-daughter and family, I've almost finished editing my first ebook, Style Boosts for Busy Mums, yay! (And hence the blog hiatus).  So......

I would love to include any quick/essential tips you have on feeling good fast in Style Boosts for Busy Mums! 

Your tip can be absolutely anything, ideally around clothes ( incl. bags, accessories, jewellery), hair, beauty, home or travel style.  I'm not looking for product advertisement, but would very much value real tips from busy Mums (or Aunts/Carers/Dads),

I’ll have final edit but I will credit your tip in my ebook (usually name and location, possibly website if it's suitable)...and I’ll let you know which tips I use.  Feel free to ask your friends and families if they’d like to be included, too! 

Please feel free to add your tip as a comment to this post, or email me at: size15stylist@gmail.com  

Thank you, and happy styling.

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