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November 6, 2019 46 min

Ever struggle with too many goals, too much to do, more dreams than you have daily room to move forward?

Feel behind no matter how hard you’re working; or feel one puzzle piece short of organized? Friend, you are in the right place.

Today I take you inside the method I’ve been crafting for seven years, and finally brought it all together in the Elegant Excellence Goals Journal and the 4-part teaching series. 

For three days only, Wednesday through Friday, you can choose from either collection -- handwriting or typography -- in any of the six gorgeous colorways. After this we’ll just be ordering a limited stock and only of certain styles. Some covers already sold out during our first few days of pre-order!

Choose your favorite now at ElegantExcellence.com!

What color way did you choose? Tell me over on Instagram  @HilaryRushford.

Is there a topic you want to discuss to have a more inspired 2020? Leave a voice memo at HilaryRushford.com/podvip.

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