Natural Healing PLR Club: March is Chronic Pain

Helloooo

Welcome to March! I have the new month’s content ready for the Natural Healing PLR Club.

This month is all about chronic pain, or specifically, Natural Remedies For Chronic Pain.

Here is a summary of what is included this month:

  • 20 PLR Articles About Natural Remedies For Chronic Pain
  • 20 Social Media Graphics – Complement the Articles
  • 5-Page Report: Essential Oils For Chronic Pain
  • 10-Page Report: Dietary Changes For Managing Chronic Pain
  • 10 Autoresponders: 10-Day Lifestyle Challenge For Chronic Pain
  • 5 Product Reviews

If you want to see the details, you can go here, or keep reading.

20 Chronic Pain Relief Articles

  1. How Yoga Helps With Chronic Pain (430 words)
  2. Try These Herbs For Your Chronic Pain (403 words)
  3. Healing Crystals That Can Be Beneficial (405 words)
  4. Why You Should Try Aromatherapy (474 words)
  5. Music Therapy and How it Helps With Chronic Pain (401 words)
  6. Massage Styles and Techniques For Pain (420 words)
  7. The Power of Exercise For Chronic Pain (405 words)
  8. Tips For Taking a Healing Bath (431 words)
  9. What is Heat Therapy? (407 words)
  10. The Link Between Pain and Mental Illness (412 words)
  11. Everyday Tips For Coping With Pain (419 words)
  12. Important Anti-Inflammatory Foods For Chronic Pain (433 words)
  13. Vitamins and Minerals to Help With Chronic Pain (412 words)
  14. Try These Healing Teas (408 words)
  15. How to Help Your Pain-Related Insomnia (438 words)
  16. Lifestyle Changes For Managing the Pain (406 words)
  17. Avoid These Pain Flare Triggers (418 words)
  18. Why Every Chronic Pain Sufferer Should Keep a Journal (411 words)
  19. Ways to Distract Yourself From the Pain (408 words)
  20. Spices That Help With Chronic Pain (404 words)

5-Page Report: Essential Oils For Chronic Pain

5 pages, 10 sections, 2029 words

Lavender
Marjoram
Chamomile
Peppermint
Sandalwood
Rosemary
Wintergreen
Clove
Yarrow
Usage

10-Page Report: Dietary Changes For Managing Chronic Pain

10 pages, 8 sections, 3,984 words

Basic Diet Tips
Anti-Inflammatory Foods
Foods to Avoid
How to Handle Cravings
Diet For Arthritis Pain
Diet For Fibromyalgia
Diet For Crohn’s Disease
Keeping a Food and Pain Journal

 

10 Autoresponders: Lifestyle Changes For Chronic Pain Challenge

  1. Start a Journal (268 words)
  2. Create an Anti-Inflammatory Grocery List (257 words)
  3. Do Meal Prepping (319 words)
  4. Practice Breathing Exercises (316 words)
  5. Create a New Workout Routine (267 words)
  6. Try to Reduce Your Stress (265 words)
  7. Aim For Getting Better Sleep (414 words)
  8. Get Some Holistic Help For Your Pain (257 words)
  9. Avoid Smoking and Alcohol (314 words)
  10. Join a Support Group (262 words)

5 Product Reviews

  1. Crystal Healing Balancing Set (434 words)
  2. URPOWER Essential Oil Diffuser (514 words)
  3. Healing Herbal Teas Paperback (506 words)
  4. Chronic Pain Journal (455 words)
  5. Music Medicine Paperback (470 words)

If you are already a member, you should have gotten an email with your download link. If not, email me at jmagnesi at gmail dot com and I will get it right over to you.

You can sign up for the PLR membership here if you haven’t yet.

Coconut Oil PLR Upgrade: The Reports

Hello Everyone!

My Coconut Oil PLR Package is doing great so far. It includes 20 articles, 20 social media graphics, and 5 product reviews for less than $10!

When you purchase this package, you will get a special offer with an upgrade. This includes even more coconut oil PLR content, including the following:

11-Page Report: Heal Your Body With Coconut Oil
10-Page Report: How to Use Coconut Oil in the Home
10-Page Report: Guide to Adding Coconut OIl to Your Diet
10 Beauty Coconut Oil Articles
10 Social Media Graphics
7 Autoresponders: Cooking With Coconut Oil

The Reports

I wanted to give you an inside look into the topics included for each of the reports. Please note: if you missed this the first time around, let me know and I will get you a link to the upgrade offer.

Report #1: Heal Your Body With Coconut Oil

11 pages, 8 sections, 3,308 words

Includes images and report cover

Topics:

  1. Osteoporosis
  2. Infections
  3. Cardiovascular Health
  4. Digestion
  5. Brain Function
  6. Type 2 Diabetes
  7. Inflammation
  8. Skin Conditions

Report #2: How to Use Coconut Oil in the Home

10 pages, 8 sections, 3,637 words

Includes images and report cover

Topics:

  1. Remove Sticky Labels From New Products
  2. Season Your Cast Iron Skillet
  3. Remove Stains From Clothing and Linens
  4. Wash Your Floors and Walls
  5. Moisturize Leather
  6. Polish Your Furniture
  7. Line the Bottom of Kitty Litter Pans
  8. Make a Natural Laundry Detergent

Report #3: Guide to Adding Coconut Oil to Your Diet

10 pages, 8 sections, 3,309 words

Includes images and report cover

Topics:

  1. Add it to Your Drinks
  2. Cook With Coconut Oil
  3. Use Coconut Oil for Flavoring
  4. Bake With Coconut Oil
  5. Make Healthier Fried Foods
  6. Add it to Soup and Chili
  7. Take it by the Spoonful
  8. Tips for Storing Your Coconut Oil

Let me know if you previously ordered the main PLR package, but missed the upgrade offer. I am happy to provide you with a link.

New Weekly PLR Bundle: Raising Healthy Kids

 

 

Hello and Happy Wednesday!

I have my weekly PLR bundle ready for you. Earlier in the week I added a PLR pack all about Senior Fitness, so this time I went the other direction and did a bundle about kids!

This PLR bundle has 15 articles about raising healthy kids, talking about physical and mental health. There is also a 5-page report titled Kid-Friendly Healthy Lunches and a report cover. The bundle also includes 15 images, 15 Tweets, and 15 Facebook posts.

15 PLR Articles About Raising Healthy Kids

1. Important Healthy Habits For Kids (406 words)
2. How to Make Eating Fruits and Veggies Fun (408 words)
3. The Benefits of Cooking More at Home (411 words)
4. How to Encourage Healthy Eating in Kids (427 words)
5. Family Fitness: Workouts to do as a Family (435 words)
6. Keep Kids Active During TV Time (407 words)
7. Find Local Events to Keep Kids Active (407 words)
8. Try These Fun Outdoor Games (404 words)
9. Why You Should Reduce Screen Time (413 words)
10. Set a Good Example For Your Kids Health (414 words)
11. Teach Your Kids About Having a Positive Body Image (410 words)
12. Take Care of Your Kids Mental Health (404 words)
13. Reduce Distractions to Stay Engaged With Your Kids (409 words)
14. Be Careful About Environmental Toxins (410 words)
15. Tips For Teaching Good Manners (406 words)

5-Page Report: Kid-Friendly Healthy Lunches

5 pages, 5 sections, 2,092 words

1. Faux Lunchables For Kids
2. Self-Serve Bento Lunch Ideas
3. Fun and Healthy Wraps For Kids
4. Turning Leftovers Into Kid Lunches
5. Super Easy Snack Foods

You can get the Raising Healthy Kids PLR Bundle for just $10 until Sunday, then it goes up to $25.

New Massage and Bodywork PLR With My Exclusive Bonus

 

In case you missed it, JR Lang has released a brand new full-content funnel all about Massage and Bodywork. I LOVE her content funnels because they include a lot of different content (including images and video!), plus the articles are super long. And these funnels have over 250 pieces of content, which is crazy for how much she charges for it.

If you want to see what is in the funnel right now, head over to the Massage Sales Page.

My Bonus: 15 Autoresponders

I also wanted to let you know that if you buy the Massage and Bodywork PLR through my link, you will get 15 brand new and exclusive autoresponders to go with the 15 articles in the main offer. That way, you can use the articles as blog posts, then have an email for each day that directs back to the blog post. Easy cross-promotion!

Autoresponder Topics

Here is a list of the autoresponders I have written, with the actual article they are for directly underneath the titles. Each is 250-300 words, the perfect length for an email!

1. Why Couples Should Get Massages Together (257 words)
For Article: 10 Fantastic Benefits Of Massage For Men and Women

2. Health Benefits of Ayurvedic Massage (256 words)
For Article: Ayurvedic Massage To Slow Aging And Increase Mental Awareness

3. Tips For Giving Yourself a Craniosacral Massage (251 words)
For Article: Benefits And Uses Of Craniosacral Therapy Massage

4. Types of Stones For a Hot Stone Massage (263 words)
For Article: Benefits And Uses Of Hot Stone Massage

5. What You Might Not Know About Swedish Massages (243 words)
For Article: Benefits And Uses Of Swedish Massage

6. Health Benefits of Acupressure (251 words)
For Article: The Art And Science Of “Jin Shin Do” Bodymind Acupressure

7. How You Can Give Pets a Healing Touch (255 words)
For Article: Healing Touch 101

8. Natural Remedies For Chronic Pain (250 words)
For Article: How Massage Therapy Heals Physical Pain

9. Signs it is Time For a Massage (254 words)
For Article: How Regular Massages Boosts Your Mood

10. 4 Natural Remedies For Depression (282 words)
For Article: Massage For Depression

11. Tips For Finding a Good Massage Therapist (281 words)
For Article: Massage Is Increasingly Recognized As An Alternative Medical Treatment

12. Types of Massage For Anxiety (254 words)
For Article: Massage Therapy For Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

13. When You Should Get Massage Therapy (272 words)
For Article: Massage Therapy Versus Physical Therapy

14. How to Reduce Your Panic Attacks (295 words)
For Article: Regular Massage Greatly Reduces Stress, Anxiety and Promotes Good Mental Health

15. More Natural Remedies For Stress (255 words)
For Article: Stress Kills – Massage Heals

Click Here to check out the Massage and Bodywork PLR and get these autoresponders for free.

 

Why You Should Use the Pretty Link Plug-In

 

 

Hello everyone!

If you use WordPress for your blog or website, I highly recommend using the Pretty Link plug-in. It has saved me so much time and is an awesome way to cloak links when you are promoting.

This is a super easy plug-in that you can install on your blog in a flash and not have to deal with any complex settings to configure before using it. Here are some different things I like about it.

Benefits of the Pretty Link Plug-In

So why should you use Pretty Link? I’ll tell you!

You Can Shorten Your Links

One thing that gets super annoying when you are using links in your blog posts or emails is that the links are always so long. These can be complicated and make your emails look messy if you are not hyperlinking text. Plus, affiliate links are even longer! Have you seen the length of Amazon affiliate links? It is long enough just with the product link, but then all that extra text is added to the end when you are promoting something.

With Pretty Link, you are choosing what you want the link to be, so that it is going to be a lot shorter.

It Helps You to Cloak Links

Both the lite version and Pro version of Pretty Link will give you options for cloaking links. The lite version lets you choose how you want the links to look, so if you add a link to one of your emails or blog posts, they don’t see the affiliate link, but instead the link you created.

For example, my link for Pretty Link now looks like this: http://healthandwellnessplr.com/deals/prettylinklite

Much better, right?!

Then if you choose the Pro version of Pretty Link, there are some other features, like cloak redirecting.

It Can Help With Targeting Your Website

This is something you might not have considered. When you create a Pretty Link, it usually starts with the domain of whatever blog or website you are using it on, as you saw with my example. So every time you add this link to something, regardless of what it is, your website domain is going to be in there. This is automatic backlinking and targeting for your site. YES.

Pretty Link Helps You Organize Links

This is actually the reason I got Pretty Link in the first place. I was losing track of my affiliate links, and then links fo rmy different PLR product pages. It was becoming a major headache. So I asked a friend, who pointed me toward this plug-in. You can create different Groups and name them whatever you want, helping you to organize and keep track of all your links. If you use it often enough, you won’t have to keep a spreadsheet with your links because they are all right there. There is a search function in Pretty Links to find a link super quick.

It is Easy to Use

I don’t know that it could be any easier to use! You have the quick version of adding links right on your dashboard:

This is my main WordPress dashboard, with a little box letting me quickly add a link. Or you can follow the directions below for the standard version.

Basics of Using Pretty Link Lite

Here is the basic method for adding a link to Pretty Link. Once you install the plug-in and choose either the Lite or Pro version, you will activate the plug-in. Go to your dashboard on WordPress, and look on the left-hand side for Pretty Link.

If you hover over it, the following box appears.

 

It shows you some different options, like creating a new link or viewing the current ones. Go to Add New Link.

Now you will see this screen. As you can see, I have filled in my information to create an affiliate link for Pretty Link, so I can show you how it works.

Add the URL of the link you are using to the top box, then create your link text. I originally started just naming the link what it is, but it got confusing. So I recommend using a sub-category, then the name of your link. I use ‘Deals’ for all affiliate links because it is easier for me to keep track.

At the bottom, you will see some other options:

This shows Advanced Options, like choosing a Group or adding one. I have a few groups, but you can see I selected Affiliate Links for this one. Go ahead and create as many groups as you want!

You will also see the Pro options at the bottom if you choose that version of the Pretty Link plug-in.

When you’re done, just click the blue Create button and you will see this screen.

This shows you a list of all the links you have created. How easy is that!

What You Get With Pretty Link Pro

You can get started with Pretty Link just by installing the free plug-in and use the basic features. That is what I used for this example. Or you can get the Pro version. Here are some additional pro features of the plug-in:

More redirection types

Alternate Base URL

Expire links

QR codes

Automation features like importing/exporting links and rotating URLs

.. lots more!

Check out Pretty Link Pro here or comment on this post for any questions!

New PLR in the Store: Senior Fitness!

 

 

Happy Monday!

It’s time for a new PLR pack – and this time it’s on Senior Fitness. I know there is a lot of general senior fitness PLR out there, so I decided to take a new angle. This PLR pack is all about seniors exercising while living in an assisted living community.

What You Get in the PLR Pack

This senior fitness PLR pack comes with the following 10 articles:

1. 5 Solo Assisted Living Workouts (420 words)
2. 4 Group Assisted Living Workouts (408 words)
3. Assisted Living Workouts Using Gym Equipment (411 words)
4. Exercises For Seniors With Arthritis (412 words)
5. No-Equipment Assisted Living Workouts (406 words)
6. Seated Workouts For Seniors (434 words)
7. Simple Yoga Poses For Seniors (411 words)
8. Stretching and Balance Exercises For Seniors (415 words)
9. Try These Workouts in Your Bed (423 words)
10. Why Every Senior Should Be Walking (432 words)

How to Promote This Pack

There is a lot you can do with this pack! First of all, you can add the articles as individual blog posts, either scattered among other fitness topics, or in a senior fitness series. You can promote fitness supplies and equipment that seniors might want to use, along with workout DVDs like senior yoga or low-impact aerobics.

Another option is to either use all 10 articles in a long report, or split them up into 2 reports. One report can be an opt-in upgrade, then the other report can be in your autoresponder series for new subscribers.

You can grab this Senior Assisted Living Fitness PLR pack here.

Don’t forget I have another pack on Senior Health that is perfect to go with it!

 

5 Ways to Use This Protein PLR Bundle

 

April Lemarr has a new Protein PLR Bundle for just $7, which includes 6 articles about protein shakes that are also put into a report with graphics, and 10 more articles about protein.

 

The reason I like this bundle is because by giving you the report and the articles separately, you have more options. You can easily choose how to use the content, plus graphics are always a big plus! I put together some different ideas for how to use this protein content.

1. Get More Subscribers

Who doesn’t want more subscribers? The Protein PLR Bundle is actually perfect for that. You can take the 16-page report to be used as an opt-in to get those subscribers, then for people who sign up for your list, create an autoresponder series with the other 10 articles about protein. This will keep your list engaged and interested in the topic.

You can also take 5 of the articles to use as your autoresponders, then 5 as blog posts. For 5 days, send an email with content from 1 of the articles, then direct them to your blog where there is another of the articles added as a blog post. This gets them to open your email, keeps them engaged, and gets more hits to your blog at the same time.

2. Create a Challenge

People love challenges. You can take the 6 articles about protein shakes and easily turn them into a challenge for your subscribers, which is also another good way to encourage more people to sign up for your list. This is the order I would put them in for a challenge or autoresponder series:

  • Day 1: Benefits of Drinking Protein Shakes
  • Day 2: Tips For Making Protein Shakes
  • Day 3: 6 Protein Shake Recipes
  • Day 4: Protein Shakes to Make Without a Blender
  • Day 5: Three Ingredient Protein Shakes
  • Day 6: Ways to Increase Protein in the Shakes

3. Add to Your Blog

You can also use all of the content to add more posts to your blog. There are a few ways to do this.

  • Method 1: Just mix up all 16 articles and add them as blog posts that are combined with your current blog posts.
  • Method 2: Create a blog series with the protein shakes articles, then use the other blog posts as filler.
  • Method 3: Have some articles as blog posts, and other articles as an opt-in report or email series.

4. Create a Report to Sell

While the articles about protein shakes are in a report, you can do the same thing with the regular protein articles. These would go great in a report, which you can sell right on your blog, then use the protein shake articles as blog posts to get more traffic to your blog. Just make sure you customize the report for your own needs, and put your own name on it. This is part of the terms of using this PLR.

5. Start a New Niche Site

This is a good option if you don’t currently have a blog where the protein content would apply, but are still interested in it. You can create a new niche site either just about protein, just protein shakes, or possibly combining protein in your diet and fitness. You can use all 16 articles as blog posts to get the blog started, or use the report, then the other 10 protein articles as blog posts. There are so many different directions to go! Plus, this allows you to really promote the protein shake powders, blenders, ingredients, and lots more for this content. Here are a few domains I found, but there are tons more:

  • Bulkupwithprotein.com
  • Increaseyourprotein.com
  • Getyourproteinon.com

Get This Related Content For 50% Off

Don’t forget that when you use my link to grab April’s Protein PLR Bundle, you will also get a 50% off coupon for my store. It is for your entire cart, so it’s a great deal! I have some packs in my store you can use along with the protein content that I think would go great. Here are a few recommendations:

Fitness Articles 

Getting Fit at Home Report 

Clean Eating PLR Pack 

Healthy Meal Planning Bundle 

Barre Workouts 

Instant Pot Cooking Tips 

Men’s Health PLR 

Paleo Meal Planning Bundle 

I hope this helped you to use your new Protein PLR content! Let me know if you have any more questions.

 

How to Convert a PLR Report Into Blog Posts

 

When you buy PLR, you will probably either buy them as individual articles to be used as blog posts, or a report. With a PLR report, you can either keep all of the information together, or break it up into blog posts. This lets you get the most out of the PLR you buy, according to what your specific needs are.

If you haven’t done this before, the following information should be helpful when you need to know how to turn a report into blog posts.

Read Through the Report

I personally recommend reading the entire report first, beginning to end. The reason I think this is a good place to start is because it helps you see the flow of the report, and find areas where you might want to break it up. While most people are going to simply break it up based on the different sections (information below), you might find other areas where you think it could be broken up into individual blog posts.

So give it a read-through and make notes of areas where you think you should separate it into blog posts. Read it a few times if that helps.

Separate the Report By Headings

Now for the fun part – separating your report into blog posts! My general advice is simple: separate the report based on each section, which you can find by the headings. For example, in my recent ‘Keto Alcohol 101’ report, the sections are as follows:

How to Choose the Right Low-Carb Alcohol
Alcohol and Mixers to Avoid
Tips For Drinking While on a Keto Diet
Low-Carb Cocktail Recipes

Each section is about 450-500 words, which makes sense that they would each be turned into a blog post. It makes it really easy to do it this way. Plus, as you can see by the headings of these sections, the title is pretty much done for you, you just need to customize it to be unique.

Combine Shorter Sections Into One Blog Post

Not all reports are going to be as simple as making each section its own blog post. So I want to show you an example of one that is a little different, which is my free How to Make a Gift Basket PLR report. This is a 3-page report, but there are 6 sections, which means some of the sections are a little too short to be turned into a blog post.

There are a few things you need to look at with this type of report that lets you know where it can be turned into blog posts

  1. The Headings

First, take a look at the text document I have included in the Zip file. I have added an image below. This gives you information about the report, including what sections are included. It is a little easier to see the sections this way than scrolling up and down the report.

 

 

What I see when I look at this is that at least 2 of the sections could easily be turned into one blog post, which are Arrange the Gifts and Add Filler to the Basket. These are both related to actually making the gift basket, along with the last section Decorate and Wrap the Basket, if it is short enough. The top 3 sections could each be their own blog post, but I think maybe Choose a Theme or Type of Basket could be its own and the Select a Container and Purchase Gifts For Your Basket could be another. But let’s take a look at step 2.

  1. The Length of Each Section

The second thing you need to do with this type of PLR report is actually see the length of the sections. While blog posts can be longer or shorter, about 400-600 words is average. So what I would do is write down the word count for each section.

To do this, open up the report (the Word version preferably), select one entire section with your mouse, then take a look at the word count.

 

 

You will select the entire section before the next one begins:

 

 

Then take a look at the word count at the bottom of the screen:

 

 

Here are the word counts I got:

Step 1: Choose a Theme or Type of Basket – 343 words

Step 2: Select a Container – 188 words

Step 3: Purchase Gifts For Your Basket – 259 words

Step 4: Arrange the Gifts – 251 words

Step 5: Add Filler to the Basket – 114 words

Step 6: Decorate and Wrap the Basket – 119 words

The first section (Choose a Theme or Type of Basket) is close enough to 400 words that I will use that as its own blog post. I know I need to rewrite some of it anyway, so I will write some extra words in each section and add a conclusion for my own use.

The second and third sections combined are 447 words, so those would be good to put into a single blog post about choosing what to put in your gift basket.

The last three are the shortest sections, and they just so happen to go together. So we’re in luck. We can put those together in a blog post about putting it all together.

Customize and Format the Blog Posts

Now that you know what your blog posts will be, you can set them up and start customizing the content. I recommend keeping the original blog post document as is, then copy/pasting the sections into individual documents for each of your 3 blog posts.

You can read this blog post about how to customize your PLR to be unique. But here are a few things I would do with these:

Come Up With New Titles – Even if one section is being used as one blog post, you still want to put the heading (now your blog title) into your own words. This is the start of making it unique for your own purpose. So for these 3 as examples, these are the blog post titles I would do:

  1. Select a Unique Gift Basket Theme
  2. Go Shopping For Your Gift Basket
  3. Have Fun Putting Together Your Gift Basket

For blog posts, you want to make sure the titles explain what the reader is going to learn, and use keywords whenever possible.

Now for formatting the blog posts. If you were using a typical report where one section is one blog post, it is a little more straightforward. The way I write my PLR reports is that the sections/headings are bolded, which would be the title of your blog post. Then I use italics for the subheadings of each section, which would become your blog post headings.

For these, you need to look at how they are put together to decide where you want your different subheadings to be in the blog post. I am going to show you what I would personally do for the 2nd blog post titled Go Shopping For Your Gift Basket.

This is what the document looks like when I copy and pasted the Select a Container and Purchase Gifts For Your Basket sections.

 

 

And this is what it looks like after I formatted it.

 

 

As you can see, I started by changing the title of the blog post, then I want to add in my own introduction. I also changed the title of the sections to become subheadings for my blog post. I broke up the first paragraph into 2 smaller ones, since blog posts are easier to follow with smaller sections of text. I also changed how the tips were formatted.

Please note: I did not completely customize this. I am just showing you a reference of how I would format it. You should still rewrite your PLR according to your specifications.

I hope this helps you see how to turn a report into blog posts! Depending on the type of report, the method may be slightly different. However, as you can see, a 3-page report turned into 3 blog posts, even though it had 6 sections originally. Sometimes you just need to figure out what parts of a report would be good as a blog post.

Let me know if you have any questions!

 

Natural Healing PLR Club Membership – FAQ

I have started a new monthly PLR membership called Natural Healing PLR Club. This will be centered around all natural health topics, with a new topic covered each month.

Every month, you get:

  • 20 Articles
  • 20 Social Media Graphics
  • Short Report w/cover
  • Long Report w/cover
  • 10 Autoresponders
  • 5 Product Reviews

That is a minimum of 50 pages of written content, plus at least 20 graphics. It is only $19 now through February 6th, then goes up in price to just $29. I wanted to put together an FAQ in case you had some questions about this membership or the content.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is the membership content also included in your lifetime membership?
No, unfortunately it is not. The lifetime membership is for all content in the store, which includes the 2 packs and big bundle every week, plus full content funnels associated with Health & Wellness PLR (coming in February). I will continue adding the same amount of content to the store for you, but this new monthly membership is a different PLR site.
 
2. Can I cancel the membership if I don’t like it?
Yes! If you choose the monthly option and decide later down the line you don’t need the content anymore, you can cancel the membership through JVZoo. They make it super easy, but let me know if you need help canceling. However, once you pay for the month you are in and have received the content, you can’t get a refund for that month. 
 
3. When do I get the content for the next month?
You will receive the content for this first month (February) right away after you purchase the membership. All following months are delivered to you within the first week of each month. I will email you when it is ready.
 
4. If I wait to sign up, will I have access to content from previous months?
No, I’m sorry but you will only get access to that current month. So if you decide to wait until March to sign up, you will only have content from March and all months after that. You will not be able to get the February detox membership content.
​​​​​​​5. How do I know what the quality of the writing is?
I write all of the content for the membership, just like I write all of the content for Health & Wellness PLR. If you have ever purchased PLR content from me before, you know the quality of writing. However, if you are a new subscriber, you can download any of the free PLR from my store and take a look at my writing style before purchasing.
6. Do you offer refunds?
No, the PLR terms for the membership are the same as my other PLR. Once you purchase the current month’s content, there are no refunds allowed.
Click here if you are ready to buy the Natural Healing PLR Club membership.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!

New Plant-Based PLR Package (Bonus Details Included)

 

 

Hello Friends!

I wanted to tell you about an awesome PLR package that was released a few days ago by Kate Rieger. I love her packages because it combined high-quality written content with multi-media content so that you have everything you need to promote products with the PLR.

The newest one is called Four Part Plant-Based Diets, and includes everything from an eBook and quality PLR articles, to images, social media images, eBook cover, and lots more.

You can get all of the details about the PLR package by clicking here.

To give you some more content with this topic, I also wrote 10 brand new PLR articles about following a plant-based, vegan diet. All of these articles are new and will never appear in my store or anywhere else online. The only way you can these articles is buying Kate’s PLR package through my link. Since they are exclusive, not many people will have them, so you won’t have to customize them too much to be unique.

They can be used as blog posts, turned into an autoresponder email series, or combined into a report to use as an opt-in. Plus, they include trending topics like jackfruit and power bowls.

Here are the 10 PLR articles you will get as an exclusive bonus:

1. Why Every New Vegan Should Eat Jackfruit (424 words)
2. 5 Power Bowls to Add to Your Diet (532 words)
3. 3 Ways For Dealing With Cravings on a Vegan Diet (423 words)
4. Meal Planning Tips For New Vegans (458 words)
5. How to Save Money On a Plant-Based Diet (428 words)
6. 3 Protein Rich Overnight Oat Recipes (435 words)
7. 4 Vegetarian Family Friendly Freezer Dinners (575 words)
8. Starting Your Toddler On a Raw Plant-Based Diet (530 words)
9. Grab and Go Porteins For Vegetarians and Vegans (457 words)
10. Sources of Iron For a Plant-based Diet (462 words)

Check out what is included in the plant-based PLR package here, and enjoy your free bonus articles!

 

Top PLR Sites

 

 

Hello Friends! Here are some of my personal recommendations for buying PLR. I want everyone to have the content they need, so if you can’t find what you need here in my store, there are lots of other great places to get it!

All of these I personally vouch for as they consistently produce quality PLR content. Plus, lots of them have free PLR, so yay!

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Slow Cooker PLR Articles

 

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Juicing For Better Health

Mega Food PLR Pack

Monthly Food and Photo Club

 

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Monthly PLR Membership

Essential Oils PLR Package

 

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Gluten Free PLR Pack

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Secrets to a Healthier You

Meditation For Focus

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My 10 Rules For Better Productivity

 

 

This blog post originally started as an email about productivity, but then suddenly I was looking at 1,350 words and not entirely sure how I managed to pull it off without watching 7 YouTube videos, posting on Twitter 4 times, reading emails I don’t care about, looking to see what is on Hulu today, and playing a 4-hour round of fetch with my dogs.

But guess what? I mastered productivity.. most days. There are definitely days when I find myself staring at a blank document for 3 hours, not sure where the time went.

Well.. if we’re being honest, I know where it went. I was using my phone at the time, watching YouTube videos that started innocently enough, but somehow got me into the video rabbit hole where I went from a tutorial on making images with Canva, to a dog that knows how to surf.

It happens.

But I do try. Most days I succeed, even if I have checked Pinterest one too many times that day and don’t finish my writing goals until an hour before I was supposed to be waking up the next day.

That happens too.

So far, I am really selling myself on these tips! But seriously, they DO help. I have been ghostwriting and content writing and whatever-writing for about 10 years, so I have learned through trial and error. I know how to write an article in 6-8 minutes by the methods I have picked up, and I can tell when it is going to be a day where I really need to remind myself of these rules just to get it all done.

These are not rules I live by every single day, but they are more like.. suggestions. Things I try my best to follow as often as I can in order to get everything done.

1. Close the Browser Completely While You Write. I have gone back and forth on this, but I have learned that having any access to the internet is just not helpful. It’s too tempting. “Just checking Facebook real quick” always turns into anywhere between 10 minutes and 7 hours. So, I get all my brainstorming and research done, outline my articles/blog posts/reports, then close the browser completely. I have an old POS computer, so opening up a browser just to check my email is way too much trouble. Sometimes you have to trick yourself.

2. Turn On a Timer For 1-3 Hour Blocks. This isn’t some magical tool or a big mystery. A lot of people do it, especially freelancers and business owners who don’t have a boss walking behind their cubicle every 30 minutes, pretending they are picking up yet another fax (but is probably just a blank piece of paper they faxed to themself), but really are just reminding you to get back to work.

The reason I don’t go over 3 hours at a time is because I need to give my hands a break, and my dogs don’t hold their pee as well as I do.

So i set my timer, and during that block of time, I am not allowed to do anything else but write. There is some kind of weird voodoo witch magic that happens when you know you’re being timed. It is really hard not to work.

3. Take a Break At Least Every 3 Hours. This is how my day goes: I do all my brainstorming, to-do lists, researching, and outlining during the first hour or so of my day. Then when it is “writing time”, I set the timer, close the browser, and write. Every time the timer goes off, I stop working, take the dogs out, and grab a snack.  Sure, let’s say it’s a healthy snack and definitely not a pint of ice cream.

4. Time Your Breaks. I have learned this the hard way. I have had many days where my first block of writing went great, I took my break, innocently turned on Netflix, then suddenly I have watched the entire first season of Westworld.

Oops. That was a LONG break. So I now time my breaks as well. I typically turn on a timer on my phone for 10-15 minutes per break. But only after my dog’s potty break. It’s not my fault if they don’t like that grass or that one or that one.

*Fun fact: They rarely choose the grass, but find the sidewalk to be oddly satisfying.

5. I Said No Internet. Turn Off Your Damn Phone. Okay, so I’m not perfect. I know how to trick myself into doing something I know I shouldn’t do, but can still get away with. Sure, my browser is off and I’m totally not checking the internet. But you didn’t say anything about your phone, me. I sometimes have to catch myself and not just turn the phone on vibrate, but put it on silent, and place it face-down inside the washing machine because I have no self control.

6. Write it Down, Then Move On. I have this problem where my brain can’t seem to focus on just one thing. It may look like I am writing a PLR article, but really I am writing a PLR article, deciding what to eat for dinner, thinking about the book I’m currently reading, naming my imaginary first born, decorating every room of the house I don’t own, and practicing the speech for the novel prize I fully intend to win when I turn 112 and finally get around to that novel I’m going to write. But also writing an article. It’s a serious problem, you guys.

So I have a notebook next to me where I jot down whatever I am thinking about, then get back to work.

7. Multi-Tasking Isn’t Helpful. STOP IT. Okay, so here’s the thing. Multi-tasking, when it comes to certain things, is total crap. Stop doing it. Seriously. Yeah, multi-tasking when it comes to cleaning the bathroom while you have a load of laundry in the washer is awesome. You have just done 2 very productive, adult things at one time. But with writing and various other work projects, it doesn’t help.

This is what happens to me. Say I have 4 different writing projects to get done today. I say.. oh, well I’ll just go back and forth, so I get a little done from each one. I won’t get bored, and I’m making a dent in each one. So I write an article for my bundle, and then a blog post for my launch, and then I create an image for my store. I keep going back and forth like this. But usually what this results in is constantly having to shift my focus from one thing to another. That shift in focus breaks up your routine and actually makes everything take a lot longer. 

8. No Sleep Until You Get it DONE. This is something I turned into a rule for myself when I kept doing the “I’ll get it done tomorrow” dance. You know the one. It’s 10pm and you’re tired and in bed, and it’s just 5 more articles, so why not just write them in the morning? You add it to tomorrow’s goals, but then that means you have more to do, so you have 10 leftover that night. It keeps going until it is Sunday and suddenly you are 75 pages behind.

So I have a rule (I mostly kinda stick to) where I don’t go to sleep until the writing for that day is done.

9. You Can Have Time Off When You Meet Your Goals. Since I know myself and that I’m not going to stick to rule #8 every time, I made up rule #9. If there are weeks where I have put off a little too much work and have leftover writing to do on Friday, I force myself to work the weekend. It is supposed to encourage me to do more during the week to get things done so I can have days off. Realistically, the last time I had a day off, Donald Trump was still a… (enter your own punchline here).

10. Coffee is Allowed On Your Diet. 

So now that you have all my secrets (and excuses), you can get to work. Your break is over.