What’s on the books for November? Vocabulary! That’s right, a few OPPORTUNITIES have come my way and the way that you will be included will be with vocabulary development in enlarging our territory for fitness, faith, family and food during the month of November.op·por·tu·ni·ty /ˌɒpərˈtunɪti, -ˈtyu-/
- On November 1st began a different blog opportunity for me to learn about other people and will be sharing with others about Walking with a Cause.
- Continuing to raise funds for William’s Walkers, Walk to End Alzheimer’s until November 30th. At this time, donations have increased to $605.00 and the goal is still $1500. Even if there is just another $100.00 this will be a feat that has been made with so many generous donors.
- Located two walks, just need to decide which one is attainable for preparation mentally and physically.
How do you need to used this month’s challenge in learning words to increase your territory?
There will be a new word each day (Monday – Saturday) that you will try to relate to who you are and how it has helped you enhance you in one of the following areas: emotionally, financially, physically, or spiritually. This is to help you see that you too can grow toward a lifestyle that is healthy. Use a notebook or a journal and for each day and write the word and the definition in the notebook. As soon as you complete that, you will identify one of the four areas that you believe the word relates to in your life.
Commit to the 23 Day Healthy Lifestyle Movement by taking the pledge at http://www.pledgebank.com/healthylifestyle
© 2013 Jewel Williams
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