Intentional Summer Days: 7 Day Challenge

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Intentional Summer Days - 7 Day Challenge

Are your summer days slipping by and you have nothing to show for it?

I don’t know about you, but I always look forward to the slower days of summer. I have grand plans for all the fun things I am going to do with the kids.

Then reality hits.

We reach the last day of summer break and wonder what happened to our summer.

What did we do? What did we accomplish?

My desire with this challenge is to give you some fun ideas of things you can do to make your summer days more intentional.

Sometimes we need just a bit of a nudge to get going and plan our days instead of letting the days slip by.

Join the “Intentional Summer Days 7-Day Challenge” today and get an email every day for seven days with a fun activity to do with your kids!

Intentional Summer Days 7-Day Challenge
Subscribe to our newsletter list and updates & gain access to this fun Intentional Summer Days 7-Day Challenge! Get an email every day with an activity to do with your kids!
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I would love to hear about how your “Intentional Summer Days” are going!

As you work through the challenge, please share in the comments of this post how it is going. Let’s do this together — make our summer days intentional! See you in the challenge!

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  1. I am so excited to be working through this challenge with all of you! I need this too! I was talking to a couple of my kids last night when I tucked them in bed, telling them what me may try to do today (go on a picnic to the park) and they were so excited! I am afraid the weather may not cooperate, but if not, we will plan it another day. Just the fact that I am making this a priority and being intentional about "doing something" is a huge step in the right direction.

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