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Welcome to #breakthrulinkup #12!
Seasons Greetings to one and all…
I wanted to take a few minutes to share with you what I’ll be working on over the next few weeks. Have you heard of the book “The 12-week Year” by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington? Published in 2009, it’s not a new book, but since I’ve been seeing it talked about and referred to, like, everywhere lately…it certainly piqued my interest.
And with good reason! I’m only about a third of the way into it right now, but the best way I can describe it is as a recipe to “git ‘er done”, or even better: “gittin’ more done than you’ve ever done before!”
I’ve already joined an accountability group on Facebook that’s getting started after the first of the year, and I’m SO excited! I dunno, combined with my Word of the Year this year…Soar…well, I’m just so pumped about the possibilities in the coming year!!
Well, this week we’re together with family, and with Christmas just around the corner, I’m gonna cut today’s post short. Stay tuned next week for another party, yes…but also a condensed post in between Christmas and New Year’s…
If you haven’t already, let me take this opportunity to invite you to receive my weekly newsletter next year – Top-of-the-Week Breakthrough. The name came directly from one of my readers…and I have to say that I’ve really been enjoying getting to know folks on a deeper level through these weekly newsletters. I’ve been inspired to hear about your joys and struggles and the needs you have in your homeschool. It gives me a deeper understanding of how I can best serve you week to week.
To join us there, just use this link to sign up – easy-peasy – and let’s get started on 2018 TOGETHER!
What are YOUR plans for 2018? I’d love to walk with you on the journey, and if you’d care to, please tell us all a little about them in the comments below!
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And now let’s party…
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