TheSpiritedWoman.com Releases Free Out-of-the-Box Gift-Giving Spirited Woman Holiday Guide

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Igniting change and inspiring women from around the world, the unstoppable Spirited Woman Blogger Team creates the first ever Spirited Woman Holiday Guide and takes the message of 2008 gift-giving from the pocket book to the heart.

The 2008 holiday season is not about gifts that impress, but gifts that express. And our blogger team is on a heartfelt mission to reach out to women globally. That is one of the many reasons we created the guide

The Spirited Woman Holiday Guide (http://www.thespiritedwoman.com/holidayguide), a free downloadable gift, created by the Spirited Woman Blogger Team and published by The Spirited Woman, a leading women's online empowerment community, provides out-of-the-box gift-giving ideas that speak to the true spirit of the season.

And the information is all free, courtesy of a group of women committed to being a voice for spirited women everywhere.

"I like the idea of buying a goat, a cow, a water buffalo or even a llama at Heifer, or a gift package at Oxfam because that would benefit the environment and/or a Third World country," writes blogger Rosa Wong, of Hong Kong, in The Spirited Woman Holiday Guide.

Yes, this is definitely not the typical shop-till-you-drop catalog. Want to teach English in Ghana on a volunteer vacation? Give a creative gift from the heart? Read personal holiday stories sure to inspire tears and laughter? Or perhaps more appealing, is the idea of going green for the holidays? The guide includes a very Special 5-page "Going Green" insert by Teri Breier, going green blogger/guresss with easy-to-follow eco-friendly tips for the season.

And if that weren't enough, the guide also includes The Spirited Woman Blogger Contest. One lucky reader will have the chance to become a guest blogger and be featured on the front page of TheSpiritedWoman.com site. Rules for entering the contest can only be found within the guide.

"The 2008 holiday season is not about gifts that impress, but gifts that express. And our blogger team is on a heartfelt mission to reach out to women globally. That is one of the many reasons we created the guide," says Nancy Mills, founder and publisher of The Spirited Woman (http://www.thespiritedwoman.com).

Women with heart, talent, and vision, the global-based blogger team, "cover the beat" for spirited women everywhere on topics ranging from entertainment, travel, fashion and inspiration, going green to being a Spirited Kid, in essence providing a daily dose of positive Spirited Woman News. Their mission is to inspire women to live life fully with a sense of adventure, freedom, energy and fun -- taking a spirited woman approach to life. What better community to serve as a fun and enlightening resource this holiday season than the Spirited Woman Blogger Team?

The Spirited Woman Holiday Guide is free and easily downloadable in PDF format so that women can share it with one another (http://www.thespiritedwoman.com/holidayguide/). It's sure to have everyone talking this season.

Special thanks goes to Cleavage Creek Cellars (http://www.cleavagecreek.com) for sponsoring the guide. Budge Brown, successful entrepreneur, lost his wife Arlene to breast cancer in 2005. Soon thereafter, he founded Cleavage Creek Cellars, donating 10% of gross sales to breast cancer research. Each woman featured on the Cleavage Creek wine labels is a breast cancer survivor. Over $37,000 had been raised to date. Brown has quite a story to tell and his "Spirited Man" blog series is featured in the guide as well.

For more information about The Spirited Woman Holiday Guide and The Spirited Woman, a growing and inspired women's community, contact Nancy Mills, Publisher and Creator of The Spirited Woman Approach to Life. Founded in 2002 by Nancy Mills, The Spirited Woman is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. 888-428-1234 or visit: http://www.TheSpiritedWoman.com.

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