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This is the true story of an average woman turned Total Badass
Hi. My name is Haleli Smadar. 17 years ago, I was married (I’m not anymore); had two sweet toddlers (I now have three children, and none of them are toddlers anymore!); a house in the suburbs; two cars; a dog, and a very ‘normal’ life in Israel (as you’ve probably guessed, I don’t have any of these anymore...).
One morning, I was sitting in my garden, enjoying my daily ‘me time’ cup of coffee. The kids were at day-care, my husband was at work. It was peaceful, quiet, and sunny. Just me and a huge old olive tree. Nothing out of the ordinary. But this day was not like every other day. By the time I finished my coffee, my life had changed, and would never be the same.
All it took was one cup of coffee...
Have a sneaking feeling something is missing? Do you feel numb, tired and bored? That’s what happened to me. My story is about understanding what wasn’t working. Understanding how I want my life to be. Not in general, but every minute of every day. How to take the “impossible” and turn it into “possible”.
Life is short and fragile. It’s time to stop dreaming and start living your dreams.
In six emails I will share with you how I did it. I didn’t have money or knowledge. But I did it anyway. I still do. No big bank accounts, no big sparkling fake smiles showoffs. Let me tell you in person, my extraordinary story. It might inspire you and change your life.
Fill in your email address and I will send you the rest of my story personally. Don’t worry, there will be no spam of any kind, I will send just one email per chapter, every other day for 12 days. All free.
My Name is Haleli Smadar, I’m an ordinary mother living an extraordinary life of adventure with my three children. We have been traveling the world for over 10 years, and I draw on my experiences to create stories of all kinds. A professional writer since the age of 18, I was living a regular suburban mom lifestyle in Israel until one day I realized I wanted more out of life: more adventure, more freedom, more passion…and less mundanity.