I am pleased to announce along with my partners Stacie fromSimply Stacie, and Cindi fromLittle Yaya’sThe Leap Out of Your Box Challenge!! This challenge is designed to bring you out of your comfort zone and make a huge change in your life. If you are feeling “stuck or stagnant” in any area of your life, now is the time to take 30 days to make a really big change. It will be worth it when you see the prizes, because they are designed to help you continue the process of renewal and change in your life.
The challenge will run from September 1st-30th and is open to anyone in the U.S and Canada. You will choose an area in your life; for example; weight loss/shaping up, meeting a large goal or dream you have had for a long time, facing a major fear…..you get the idea. The bigger the change and the more you step outside of your comfort zone the better chance you have of winning.
On September 30th you will post your story through the written word or VLOG…..be creative. We are announcing it today so you have a week to think about what major change you will make in your life. At the end, my partners and I will narrow it down to 10 submissions; then we will open it up to you and the public for voting, so it will be to your advantage to promote the challenge. We be narrowing it down based on things like the biggest change, the most difficult change, of course originality of your story and/or video…..we want this to be life changing for you! Now on to the fun part; prizes and rules!
First thank you to our sponsors; they have been so generous!!! We have over $3000.00 in the prize package. There is so much we had to put it in a separate Prize Package Post!!!!
1. Grab the Leap Out of Your Box Button and put in on your sidebar. Come back to any one of the blogs on September 1st and enter your blog on the McLinky. The first 50 contestants will get entered into a random drawing for a special prize that will help you along the way. (See Prize Package Post)
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