Saturday 1 October 2016
Daily Scopes come to an end...
The end of an era. Well, it certainly feels like the end of an era to me. As many of you will have noticed, I've been writing my Daily Scopes on my web-site ever since I became a full-time professional intuitive some thirteen years ago.
And I have to say that it has been a blast. I've loved providing you these messages to guide, enlighten and empower you on a daily basis. But as they say, all things come to an end.
This has been far from an easy decision.
I suppose it's a good-news-bad-news scenario. The good news is that my business as a professional intuitive has grown and developed beyond what I could have ever dreamed of. The bad news is that with the increased demands of coaching, teaching and reading for clients, I simply don't have the capacity to continue with my Daily Scopes.
But fear not. Even though I'm no longer writing Daily Scopes, I'm still here to guide you. You see, I'm still offering all of my intuitive services to my clients – on a personalised and one-on-one basis.
Thank you again for being such lovely and loyal readers and I hope that I'll soon be connecting with you again – this time as one of my clients!
Wishing you all the best,
“Thank you for the reading – I will recommend you and use your services again.” PJ
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