Looking to make your life more meaningful?
Perhaps you’re in need of little more peace and harmony in your world?
Wanting desperately to connect with something or someone?
Feeling overwhelmed, depressed or uninspired?
Are you riddled with guilt?
Would you like to take part in something that is for you and you only?
If you answered yes or maybe to some or all of these questions, grab your favorite writing apparatus and get ready to take part in a four week life overhaul starting with your Sunday Sanitizer by SaVonni Yestanti of Wichita.
SaVonnie is the Wichita Single Moms Examiner with information to share that is relevant to moms everywhere including the ones that live in San Antonio, Texas (for starters) and are married, single, divorced or widowed.
If you’re wanting to enrich your life and learn more about yourself in the process, this four-week, daily exercise is not to be missed. And before you say you can’t possibly find the time, let’s point out that the exercises will take you as long or as little as you would like. The questions she suggests you ask yourself can easily be expounded upon while one is doing the dishes or folding clothes. Then, when you have a free moment, maybe after the kids have gone to bed, you can sit down with your paper and pen and write the thoughts that came to you while you were going through the motions of your everyday life.
Today, Sunday, July 11, 2010, was the beginning of Week Two: Assessing My Physical Life but the catchup process for Week One: Assessing My Spiritual Center will take you no time at all. Simply click the link and let the tool-shaping, life-organizing, peace-making commence.
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