3 in 30 Challenge -- Are YOU In?

January 4, 2012

Here's a great new perspective on making goals for the year. Rather than taking on several HUGE tasks at once, learn to break it down into smaller, more attainable goals. I found this great website that encourages readers to make 3 goals each month, and then share weekly progress via Facebook, Twitter, and directly on their blog. If you have yet to set goals for 2012, the blog provides practical tips on how to set them. There is nothing to pay to participate, simply go to the blog to sign up.

3in30 Challenge
Check out the 3 in 30 Challenge by Ashley Pichea

I have decided to join others in this challenge. While I have not mapped out the monthly goals for all of 2012, I have started my first three for January. There are some great things I hope to accomplish. I encourage you to take this challenge with me. Are YOU in?
There is another challenge posted on the blog as well. It gives you the opportunity to commit to praying for your spouse every day for the 31 days in January. Here is what you need to do to participate in this challenge. First, you get the eBook "31 Days to Build a Better Spouse". It comes in either Kindle or PDF format. You can get $2 off when you use code 3IN30PRAYS at checkout, making it only $2.99. Next, you complete the registration form for the challenge. Once registered, then you can share the challenge with your friends and get the html code for a button you can post on your own blog, if you have one.

Additional tips for this challenge: If you click "like" on the 31 Days to Pray Facebook page, you can click on the Welcome tab to view and print a bookmark with each day's theme and corresponding scripture.

If you like this opportunity and choose to participate, please let me know by posting a comment below. When you visit the 3in30 Challenge blog, please let them know PracTips sent you! Thanks!

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