I just finished reading the book and I feel inspired and excited. I am so tired of focusing on what's wrong or missing in my life and I believe that an opportunity to look outside of myself is exactly the gift that I need to receive.
What I'd most like to receive:
I don't really know at this point.
How did you hear about the 29-Day Giving Challenge?
I read the book.
I am a 49 year old mother of 4 who has been divorced twice. I am an eighth grade Language Arts teacher and have been for 26 years. I am at a crossroads in my life and I have been searching for a new direction for the past two years and reading everything I can get my hands on is part of the process.
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Welcome to the Challenge. It will be an exciting experience. This community is so wonderful and the challenge stretches you. I will be looking for forward to reading your blogs.
Love and Light,