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Women TIES Coronavirus Offerings – Inspiration, Wisdom and Free Online Classes

March 20, 2020

Inspiration, Coronavirus Online Free Offerings by Women for Women

Entrepreneurial means thinking out of the box and there is no time like during the Coronavirus, an unprecedented situation, to think out of the box when it comes to entrepreneurship, business, and life. Today’s blog post is an example of what I am doing to share information on online programs, classes, meditations, and more from women entrepreneurs and others.

I have dedicated the past 30 years of my life to promoting, supporting, inspiring and educating women entrepreneurs and small businesses in Central New York and New York State from writing a small business column in my local newspaper to a 12-year blog to a weekly “Wednesday Wisdom”. During the Coronavirus outbreak and work-at-home period, I asked women to share with me any free online courses, classes, meditations, fitness, music, retreats, and works to aid women entrepreneurs and others during this social distancing period.

Women are best when they support other women. People are best when they support other people. I send you love, peace, and health today and in the future. Tracy Chamberlain Higginbotham, Women TIES, LLC

Featured Online Offerings from Women TIES Members:

Anytime – Zestful Aging Podcasts by Nicole Christina
Interviews with inspiring and energetic guests about how they are creating their best lives ever. Especially people over age 55.
Listen through iTunes or Spotify at

Daily – The Droplet that Saved the World by Teresa D. Huggins
Private Facebook group to create a space for people to upload photos, songs, inspired thoughts, questions that invite us to pause…wonder…consider…and believe a new path is being created. Become friends with Teresa Dowe Huggins on Facebook and ask to be added to The Droplet that Saved the World Private Group, mention Tracy’s name.

Daily – Infinite Light Center for Yoga & Wellness – Live streaming mini yoga classes at 9 a.m. daily on their Facebook page at

Periodically – Jennifer Abraham Rust – Creative Profit Planning
Helping business owners find the hidden cash in their businesses and put more cash in their pockets. Periodical Facebook video lessons on creative profit planning and sales. Visit

Periodically – Cynthia Pooler – Women Who Inspire An online group for women who share positive affirmations to those around her. Women Who Inspire comes from all walks of life and strives to make this world a better place in which to live. Facebook Page and Interviews.

March 25th – Inspired Possibilities – “Time to Pause Retreat”
Open to those who work or volunteer in care-giving, helping, or social justice work. The link is:

Paid Member Offerings

Deb Coman – “The Content Conversion Lab” – Helping women entrepreneurs power their content and messaging with a strategy that helps you not only survive but THRIVE, online, especially during these times. Visit

Kim Pandina – PandaWear – String Your Own Jewelry Reach out to Kim to buy a starter jewelry kit to keep you occupied and creative during the Coronavirus. Reach her at or

Tracy’s Suggestions

Daily – Holy Family Church – Daily Mass and Rosary Online. This is Tracy’s Catholic parish. They offer a lovely morning mass at 8 a.m. and rosary around 8:30 a.m. if you are interested. Visit

Daily – Women TIES Blog – Tracy has been writing blog posts since 2008 on her popular, inspirational and business blog. The website has easy access to years of weekly blog posts on business strategies, personal perspectives, inspirational words of wisdom, women in sports, and women’s equality perspectives. Visit it at

Chicken Soup for the Soul – Go to and look through their list of “story call-outs” to find a topic you can write on and submit for publishing. Currently, they are looking for stories for Chicken Soup for the Soul: Age Is Just a Number Tracy has stories in two different CSS books. Authors with published stories get $200 and 10 books.

Lastly, I was interviewed yesterday on BlogTalkRadio by Cynthia Pooler on how I was communicating with women entrepreneurs and dealing with the Coronavirus Crisis. If you want to listen to it sometime, click here.

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