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Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2015!

Another year almost over… Whatever 2014 has brought, don’t forget to reflect on all of the learning, the success and opportunities for growth – the good, the bad and the ugly. It’s all a learning journey and armed with this year’s lessons, you’ll be well positioned to grab 2015 for all it’s worth.

Here at Women Unlimited, we would like to wish you and your loved ones a fantastic Christmas celebration and a safe and merry time wherever you are in the world. We are excited about 2015 and can’t wait to connect with you again in the New Year!

Love to all from

Julie and Jayne xxx

 

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About Jayne Ryan

Hello! I'm Jayne Ryan - Editor for Women Unlimited. It's such a joy to be part of this amazing community. I'm always looking to connect with women business owners who can inspire and inform our audience, so if you have something valuable to share please get in touch at editor@womenunlimitedworldwide.com or read our Guest Posting Guidelines. In my other life, I'm an author * editor * speaker and help women in business find and tell their own powerful story. You can find me over at jayneryan.com so come say Hi!

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  1. Jayne, I stumbled on your website and am very impressed. I’ll will definitely be checking in. You and your team have a lot to offer. We had a great Christmas and I hope you did as well. 🙂

  2. Now that Christmas is over and the New Year is upon us. It’s not always easy to focus on what’s to come in the New Year of 2015. Take time to reflect on the year that has passed, but don’t dwell on the negatives. Look for the positives and make changes in your resolutions to try and avoid them in the coming year.

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