“COSTA WOMEN – DIVERSITY MEETS CREATIVITY”
“Costa Women – Diversity Meets Creativity” is a joint initiative by members of Costa Women. It is a self-help book to help inspire others and offer support and strength. Filled with personal experiences, it covers various topics including health tips, thoughts on well-being, spirituality, self-confidence, holistic healing, with advice from life coaches, as well as recipes, poetry, art and illustrations. In this book 27 members share inspiration, hope, encouragement, ideas and personal experiences. It highlights our differences through the choices we make in our lives and yet reveals our similarities through use of creativity, talent and ideas.
This book is available as an e-book from Amazon in the USA, UK and Spain and Apple iBooks, Kobobooks, with the paperback version to follow shortly. All proceeds will be pledged to Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice.
The e-book is available from Amazon at
Costa Women is a social and business networking group for Women residing and working in Spain (mainland and islands) as well as Women wanting to move to Spain as part of long term plans. It has helped to connect over 1750 women from all backgrounds, ages and interests. Costa Women has members from 50+ countries and was founded in 2010 by Ali Meehan. The Costa Women community is home to talented and creative women; artists, writers, authors, poets, musicians, young and old, allowing for information to be exchanged, advice to be given, like-minded friends to be made and inspiration to be offered.
“We thought of this idea to put a book together, to create a collaboration project with input of members belonging to one single group. The project shows support for our community by helping to raise funds for Cudeca, a worthy charity.” said project director, Rashpal Singh
The future is through collaboration; how effectively we can work with one another, exchange ideas and pave the way forward for the creation of exciting opportunities.
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