Hope you’re doing well on this mighty fine day! 🙂 Have you ever wondered what it’s actually like to travel alone to a foreign country? I recently wrote a guest post on my first week in Saigon and adjusting to life here, meeting Connor Grooms (a digital nomad and awesome blogger in his own right), and how to learn to juggle within an hour (as well as improve more quickly at any skill). You can read the post on Connor’s blog.
Also, if my post has gotten you interested in juggling you NEED to check out the new course I’ve recently launched on juggling. It has more than 30 videos on how to go from being unable to juggle, to stringing together the 25 tricks you’ve learned in an exciting fashion to entertain any audience. Want more reasons you should learn to juggle and why I’ve invested an estimated 2,500 hours of my life into juggling? Check out my most recent blog post answering your questions here.
In short, juggling can help you:
- Improve your physical fitness.
- Impress people at parties.
- Alleviate stress and clear your mind.
Are you ready to start juggling yet? As a thank you for reading my blog you can pick up the course 50% off (and help cover the blog’s monthly maintenance cost) using the coupon code “BLOGLOVE.” Get your discounted course now and be juggling before you know it. 🙂
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