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Spring Revamp Vital For New Zealand Women

Spring Revamp Vital For New Zealand Women

Research indicates and attitude specialist Janice Davies passionately believes that women need to take time to revamp themselves.

A recent report surveyed that 30% of Kiwi women are concerned about their level of happiness, and 34% don't know how to increase it with almost half having felt depressed (47%) and suffered from some form of anxiety (45%). Money was also a challenge as women juggle life, families, work and sanity, and ultimately their health is affected as heart attacks by women are on the increase.

With half our population women, it's essential they are happy and creating happy families. Driven by her desire to be 'nice' to others Janice has learnt the art of happiness and is a contributor in the Your Guide to True Happiness, DVD, which is now being released into the USA market.

Founder of Self Day - International Self Esteem day, Janice believes that low self-esteem is a key contributor to many of our social problems, women included. With the majority of users online being women, ladies are looking for answers on the internet.

A new infopreneur herself after her training and speaking business took a dip with the recession, Janice's book The Success Attitude is due for release on Amazon on October. Janice has also revamped herself after dying and being revived last walks her talk about revamping herself.

She's offering a Spring Revamp FREE WEBINAR ONLINE to New Zealand ladies, with tips on happiness, health, style, money, work, joy, love, relationships, and self esteem on 31st August and 01 September. More information on


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