Sponsor Spotlight: Stephanie Levy’s Creative Courage e-Course

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Stephanie Levy – Creative Courage

Looking for an extra boost of creativity and courage this spring?

I’m Stephanie Levy, an American illustrator living in Europe, and I’d like to invite you to join Creative Courage – an international e-course about finding, following, and realizing your creative dreams.

During our Spring Session (April 9th – May 25th, 2012), twelve incredible creative women – Flora BowleyCamilla EngmanLisa SolomonTara Sophia MohrTracey ClarkAngela RitchieTif Fussell, Jennifer Judd-McGee, Victoria MoranBeth NichollsLucie Summers, and Marianne Elliott – will share their secrets on publishing books, building online businesses, creating workshops and e-courses, and thriving as creative artists, instructors, and authors.

As a unique bonus, we’ll take a *virtual field trip* to Paris, France in April. I’ll even send you a personal postcard featuring my collage artwork directly from Paris!

Creative Courage is your invitation for 7 weeks of fun, color, and inspiration to begin your new creative life!

Come celebrate spring and find out how you can join us here.




  1. Posted March 19, 2012 at 3:47 am | Permalink

    Thanks Andrea! I can’t wait to get started in April :) xo

  2. Posted March 20, 2012 at 7:38 am | Permalink

    Hi Andrea,
    I have been reading and loving your blog for years. Some of your posts have been transformational for me. What I love most is that you are both wise and genuine. And I have no problem with your decision to have sponsors on your site. However, these “spotlight” posts are becoming so frequent that this is starting to feel more like an advertising site than a blog. If I’m honest, it makes me feel a bit used. I thought I was reading your authentic musings, but now it feels like your posts are just the lure to get us to look at the advertising. I say this in the spirit of wanting to give genuine/constructive feedback from a very devoted reader. I would have sent this comment in a personal email, but I didn’t immediately see your email address. Thanks for listening.

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