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This is just one step from the Worldette manifesto: Your guide to experiencing freedom, creating change and tapping into your Worldette spirit.

There are 25 other steps in this beautiful and inspiring guide.

Over the course of these elegantly designed pages you’ll discover what it means to be a Worldette.

You’ll learn:

  • why you deserve to stay in the lushest hotel you can find
  • how to feel closer to your loved ones
  • how to find real freedom
  • how to create lifelong memories,
  • why home is a cherished part of your travel life.

You’ll learn how you can make a difference in the world. How travel puts you at advantage to create change but how you can start helping women in the world today. Right now, in less than one minute from where you are sat.

You’ll wake up to the fact that right now there are more slaves than at any other point in human history and how we can create new media channels to expose this.

By the end of this guide, you’ll be inspired and you’ll also understand you are already an inspiration to other women around the world. Really you are.

Changing the way you travel and the way in which you understand the world starts here.

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  1. AmyeeApril 23, 2012, 5:18 am

    This is a beautiful guide Marie :)

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  2. cathy @ ma vie trouveeSeptember 8, 2012, 8:35 am

    This is a great guide for anyone who is contemplating traveling and needs a little encouragement. It also has good tips and reminders for seasoned travelers.

    I especially like tip #21 – it is a pet peeve of mine to see people board the plane in sweat-pants or sloppy clothes. Saying it is comfortable, is a bad excuse. You can find very comfortable clothes that look great!

    Save your money for travel…..there is so much out there to see and do. Traveling can change the way you think…the way you see the world. It makes you more tolerant and you learn so much about history, art, food, and people. Break away from tours – travel on your own.

    Travel the world…eyes wide open!

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  3. Diana MarchandMay 6, 2013, 4:17 pm

    Loved the guide! I am going to be travelling and working soon. I am just setting my business up online. I have been doing raw food and healthy eating classes, courses and programs off line for a few years and now because my passion is to live in warm tropical place in the winter while spreading my message – living life with energy, vitality and passion – I am selling my condo and taking that step. So excited but a little uncertain. I would love to know your input on trying to eat healthy while travelling. What is best and worst places you have been (tropical and warm) for eating healthy. I also want to encourage and motivate women to truly be who they are and live their dream life when their children have grown (that is where I am). So many women are scared to make a big change in their life. Love what you do and I am very inspired!

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