You are grateful to be alive in your 40s, and you are thankful for all that you already have. But you want more.
It may be in a specific area of your life, or it may be in every area of your life.
Maybe you have not put in your best efforts in your 20s and 30s, or perhaps you did everything right, but you are still not where you want to be in your 40s.
This life-changing In Your Forties Newsletter has been put together for you, if you are looking to live your best life yet, in your 40s.
In a world filled with so much negativity, judgment, and hopelessness, this will nourish your soul with positivity, encouragement, and a can-do spirit.
I promise you, signing up will be one of the most self-loving things you will do for yourself this month!
If you are just turning 40, this is one of the beautiful gifts you should give yourself!
Writing Style: Concise, straight to the point, easy to read, friendly tone.
Voice: As real as if I am having a soul to soul conversation with a BFF over a nice cup of coffee.
Writer: Curated with love and thoughtfulness by Shola Okubote
How It Works
» You will receive one email every Sunday for 20 weeks.
» The emails will offer simple, gentle, and practical advice to remind you of your greatness and help you live your best life yet. Each email will cover one important topic tailored for women in their 40s – topics on health, finances, self-care, emotional wellness, self-development, etc
» The first email for the next cycle goes out on July 11, 2021, so NOW is the best time to sign up.
How To Pay & Subscribe
» After payment, you will be redirected to a page where you can subscribe. (you can unsubscribe anytime you want)
» Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any issues
About Shola Okubote
I am an emotional wellness enthusiast, and I use the power of written words to help people find hope, healing, and humaneness.
At different points in my life, I have identified with many of the things I shared in this guide, and I have pulled myself up from rock bottom situations to continue to thrive despite the many pains and pressures in my life.