Monday, September 17, 2012

Hello friend, I have a treat for you.....

Do you know what today is? September 17th. If you aren't in the tax world this day likely has no meaning to you but I'm celebrating today. Today I say goodbye to another busy season, weeks of long hours and the weight of a deadline.

I would love to share some of my happy with you so today, September 17th, I'm giving away a seat in Becky Higgins 12-week workshop, Project Real Life, at Big Picture Classes.

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I'm signed up for the class and cannot wait to spend twelve weeks, starting October 4th, with Becky. This last year I've had the joy of working with Becky during an exciting time for her business and am impressed with her thoughtfulness in everything she does. I'm excited for the opportunity to see more of "behind the scenes" Becky.

Here is a little more information from Big Picture Classes:

Class Description

Come join Becky Higgins for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend some time with her during the last quarter of 2012. As Becky goes about preparing for the holidays, organizing around her home and documenting her family's story along the way, she'll be sharing ideas to inspire you, tips to motivate you, and real-life suggestions on how to cultivate the life you want.

Whether you're a long-time Project Lifer or you're just now hearing about Project Life, you will love learning about the guilt-free philosophy behind this system of memory-keeping. While Becky will give you plenty to think about and do during the 12 weeks of this workshop, she firmly believes that there isn't a person that exists who "does it all" — and it should be the last thing that we expect from ourselves.

Becky's class includes:

● An exclusively-designed set of Project Life cards (3" x 4" and 4" x 6") that will not be available anywhere else!
● Access to a pre-classroom with a presentation from Becky upon registration for class
● Colorful instructional handouts with step-by-step instructions for each lesson/project
● Voice messages, slideshows and videos throughout class
● Three live chats with Becky
● Welcome notes from Becky in the classroom
● Reminder emails when the classroom is updated with new materials
● Message board to share your thoughts with your classmates
● Private posting gallery to share your work and view the work of your classmates
● Supply list with live links to product resources

Becky has also talked about what to expect here and here.

How do you become the lucky winner? Leave a comment here telling me the number one thing you do to cultivate a good life by midnight Thursday. Don't forget to include your email or I won't be able to give you your fabulous prize!

If you aren't the lucky winner keep in mind registration closes October 10th for the workshop.
Hope you are having a great day and happy September 17th!!  

Monica

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Jac said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to live each moment and appreciate every one. I think recording our memories keeps me focused on this idea.

MariClaudi said...

I cultivate a good life by enjoying a small daily moment with each one of my family members. 5 kids and 1 hubby.

krisalt said...

I cultivate a good life by reminding myself to live in the moment and not to waste my time and energy worrying about what happened in the past or what is to come in the future because all of the worry in the world won't change the outcome.

Terra said...

I try to cultivate a good life by prioritizing quality time with my family.

vintagemodernquilts | Lisa said...

I cultivate a good life by taking time for myself. I'm a better wife, mom (and even dog mom!) when I take a break and do things that are just for me - quilting, a pedicure, even a run to Starbucks.

AmyMpls said...

I am cultivating a good life by exploring what makes me happy right now.

ruth said...

I cultivate a good life by always remembering to do what I love to do (we have enough things we 'have' to do)...and then to make time for those things I love.

rtacoma at centurytel dot net

Tara said...

I cultivate a good life by remembering to focus on how I want to feel, and then bringing that into every moment: grateful, fulfilled, peaceful!

(tara@taraswiger.com)

Laura O'Donnell said...

I cultivate a good life with to do lists and prioritizing. It feels good to be productive.

Thanks for the chance to win a spot in Becky's class!

(ljmr929 at aol dot com)

Stacy said...

I try to cultivate a good life by slowing down...I try to set the camera down and live in the moment. I try to embrace the not-so-perfect moments because we are not perfect, but my family is perfect for me!

Jennifer Johnson said...

RIght now I cultivate a good life by taking daily photos of my life and my family to remind us all of our day-to-day good life! :)

Emily said...

I cultivate a good life by enjoying my family, and keeping all of us happy and healthy.

emily @ modernnaturalbaby.com

Trina said...

I try and cultivate a good life by embracing the everyday craziness of my family and by standing back and seeing the beauty and joy within the sometimes circus atmosphere.

Lizzie said...

I cultivate a good life by slowing down and appreciating the small things with my family. :)

Thanks for the chance to win!

whartonfamily0709@gmail.com

Nolwenn said...

OH take a deep breath, the busy season is over for you *exhale*.
Thanks for the chance to win a spot in Becky's class. That would be such a great birthday gift to myself if I'd win it.

The one thing I would do to cultivate a good life would be to cultivate kindness. to learn to speak more kindly, to have kinder thoughts about myself. And to enjoy each and every step of the way ;)

Shayne said...

I would say the number one thing I do to cultivate a good life would be...Project Life, lol.
It keeps me grounded in reality on a day-to-day basis in a way that I really benefit from.

stacey said...

I cultivate a good life by recording the life we're living. :)

staceymay36 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Angela said...
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Unknown said...

How do I cultivate a good life? When there's a choice to be made, I always make family time the priority.

Angela said...

I cultivate a good life by being a better person each day. Whether that means being kind to strangers or the ones I love.

neuroticmeeps at gmail dot com

Pamela Guppy said...

I am hoping to win a seat to her class as i really want to take it but as a single mom have to watch the pennies. So i save all year for my project life kit and this would be a great chance to have.

Jessica said...

I cultivate a good life by making sure to enjoy the small moments and record whatever I can for my family.

jessica@southtowncreative.com

Chloe said...

I cultivate a good life by listening.

Lanie said...

I try to enjoy the little things and remember my faith.

elisabeth lind said...

the #1 thing I would do to cultivate a good life is to be more organized! Especially with pictures lol
elisabeth at elisabethjoyphotography dot com

Betsey said...

My entire family is alive and healthy. I never forget to be grateful for this. Is the ultimate foundation of a good life!

bmanzoni5@gmail.com

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Trudie said...

I cultivate a good life by living in the now, sharing, caring and giving to others and most importantly enjoying the simple pleasures that life has to offer �� these are the things I cherish through documenting my memories.

juliejulie said...

Enjoy every moment, whether its working, learning, creating, even cleaning... Having something to look forward too... In touch with my loved ones... And especially hugs, laughter, oh and sleep outside in the backyard that is how I cultivate a good life

SandyDavis said...

So many things to chose from! Mostly I cultivate a good life by trying savor every moment with my quickly growing kids and recognize that every day is a gift.

Sandyd79@gmail.com

Joana Teves Costa said...

I cultivate a good life by slowing down, eliminating the unimportant and simply experiencing everything with awareness.

Terri Bradford, Create Scrapbooks said...

I cultivate a good life by focusing on living in the moment and enjoying it. I love documenting the journey through PL!

CraftyLucy said...

I cultivate life by making it a point to make a difference even if it's in a minor way and try to inspire those around me to do the same. Cultivating life is about appreciating what we have and helping others! Thanks for the opportunity!

Lucero Salinas
Luceroslp@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by focusing on baby steps - every step of the way!!!

Thanks for the chance

Nicky From Okotoks

Brianne said...

I cultivate a good life by prioritizing and not cramming our lives full of unnecessary stuff!

Tausha Rondeau said...

I cultivate a good life by staying true to myself no matter what others may think!

Thanks for the chance to win!

tblonquist@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I am cultivating a good life by saying no to obligations and yes to fascinations.

Email: cs.paperholic@gmail.com

Angela Moore said...

The #1 thing I do each day to cultivate a good life is to spend the first 15 minutes of my day (after I've brewed my cup of coffee of course) reading my Bible and journaling. It helps me to keep perspective and priorities in balance.

Angela Moore said...

The #1 thing I do each day to cultivate a good life is to spend the first 15 minutes of my day (after I've brewed my cup of coffee of course) reading my Bible and journaling. It helps me to keep perspective and priorities in balance.

marianne said...

I try to spend good quality time with both my remaining kiddos. Making memories that aren't necessarily the ones you photograph, but the ones they'll remember. My oldest are gone and those chances will be few and far between now. I have regrets with those two. I don't want to have regrets with these two I have left. marianne.reynolds@me.com

Dee said...

Thank you for this amazing giveaway!

The thing that I do to cultivate a good life is I believe in the pay it forward theory. I try (when our budget isn't tight) to pay for someone's coffee in the drive through or someone's lunch. I have taken coffee to construction workers on a cold winter morning or delivered hamburgers in the summer. I have taken read magazines and books to the retirement community. I believe if you pay it forward it comes back ten fold!

Denver
liiiina76@gmail.com

Betty said...

I cultivate a good life by waking to a new day and trying to do one thing better than the last. Thanks for the chance Monica.

bettyvotskos@bigpond.com

Julie said...

I cultivate a good life when I keep faithful at reading my Bible and learning from it. :)

davelovesjulie AT hotmail DOT com

Kristin A. said...

The number one thing I do to cultivate a good life is keeping my faith and remembering who is thank for this good life that I have. Thanks for the chance to win! kristin409 at comcast dot net

Alex said...

I cultivate a good life by spending every
minute possible with my kids and husband and enjoying every second of it. Love them!!!

Sarah said...

I cultivate a good life by taking care of my spirit and body through running. The time I give myself to run leaves me with more energy and balanced, which helps me take better care of my family.

ssbrett at mac dot com

Audrey in NC said...

My husband is a CPA so we are happy to have the end of tax season, too. Hope you enjoy the extra time!

I try to cultivate a good life by being fully present in whatever I am doing in my life. Thank you for the chance to win this class.

Audrey
Buhrmandavis@gmail.com

Aubrey R said...

I take as many pictures as I can to document and remember.

lidami28 at gmail dot com

Michele said...

I cultivate a good life by smiling at everybody. They may not be having a good day, but sometimes a simple smile is encouragement enough. Even if my mood is grumpy, I can usually smile my way happy! Michele jmzmjflowers@gmail.com Thank you!

Julie said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to remember what is truly important and enjoying all te blessings I have been given

Manda Panda said...

I cultivate a good life by taking the time to enjoy the small things and capturing those ahh haa moments.

twoadorablekids@comcast.net

the mcdowells said...

I cultivate a good life by making sure I take time out for myself (by running or reading) so I'm more relaxed when I'm with my three crazy boys.

Basement Stamper said...

I try to cultivate a good life by trying to have a positive outlook on everything and reminding my family that possibilities are endless.

Owl in the tree said...

I cultivate a good life by practicing my patience with my children. Taking daily photos and documenting the everyday. Thanks for the chance.

Michelle.owls@gmail.com

Lora Wright said...

I am trying to cultivate a good life by taking more time to document our lifes here and now the everyday things and not being so hung up on the things in the past I haven't scrapbooked yet. My email is comet42@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by being thankful for life and showing that through how I act towards everyone around me and appreciating the moments, especially the ones that can be captured through photos.

Marieliz N.
mari426@gmail.com

Karen Moore said...

I cultivate a good life by focusing on how to bring joy to my family! (And not sweating the small stuff - lol) Would LOVE to win a place in Becky's class!!! Thanks for the chance.

Suzanne said...

I cultivate a good life by...staying organized in my home, activities and work. Life functions with great ease that way :)

Thanks for this opportunity!

Suzanne
suzanne@inkwellpaper.com

Studio Scrapping with Amy Ulen said...

I cultivate a good life by spending time with my husband and being the family memory keeper! Thanks for the giveaway.

DenaZS said...

Knit more!!

found44artist@ g mail dot com

Jenn said...
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Anonymous said...

The way I try to cultivate a good life is to be fully present in our lives. Easy to do, hard to put into practice. :) Thanks!

rebecca m
redheadmomma@msn.com

Jenn said...

The #1 thing I do to cultivate a good life is spend special time with my 2 girls (3 &10) - whether it be nature hikes, baking, bike rides, or having a dance party in the kitchen, as long as we're together it's fun.

April said...

I cultivate a good life by cooking a hot breakfast every morning.

Belle Glam said...

I cultivate a good life by striving to see the smallest blessing we are given everyday and encouraging others look for them in their own lives as well

jenny whillas said...

The most important thing I do to cultivate a good life is to limit my computer time. I'm worse than the kids, looking at all the lovely PL , scrapbooking sites and blogs. This way I can be FULLY present when the talk to me.

jenny whillas said...

The most important thing I do to cultivate a good life is to limit my computer time. I'm worse than the kids, looking at all the lovely PL , scrapbooking sites and blogs. This way I can be FULLY present when the talk to me.

Trish Miles said...

I spend as much time with my children as possible.

Anonymous said...

I think part of cultivating a good life involves getting rid of the extra weight in our lives! Not just the physical pounds, but the extra weight of too much stress, too much regret, too much anxiety, too much guilt--the extra weight that keeps us up at night and that generally, we cannot do anything about. Letting go of that improves our health, our overall sense of wellness & help us enjoy & cultivate a rewarding life to the fullest and makes us more productive and happier people.

Jennifer
jandjyuill@bellsouth.net

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to not worry about the small things and enjoy every moment. Life is too short.

Shanna531@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to enjoy and appreciate each moment as it happens and not taking anything too seriously.

Debra

dbroide@cox.net

jennifer bice said...

surround myself with positive people

jenniferlbice@hotmail.com

Shark said...

#1 thing: sense of humor (saves me in every situation).
Thanks for the giveaway!

Andrea said...

By trying to let the little things go and stay focused on the important things happening right here, right now.

Angie V said...

I cultivate a good life by making sure my son feels loved and treasured each and every day. His joy in life brings me so much love.

Tash said...

I try to put my faith first in every situation and focus on the blessings and joys of everyday, that to me is a cultivated good life.

tashypeters@hotmail.com

Carolyn said...

Remembering to breathe - this helps me stay focused on the little moments that make every day life extraordinary :)

Thanks for the chance to win such a generous giveaway!

Kelly Small said...
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Kristen said...

I cultivate a good life by making happy memories for my family. Now if only I could manage to record these happy memories!! That's why I can't wait for this class! Getting a free spot would be the icing on the cake! Thanks for the chance! kcaraccio@gmail.com

Annie said...

I cultivate a good life by putting my family first - every time!

Melissa said...

I am cultivating a good life by reminding myself on a daily basis to be patient and accept whatever comes my way, because at the end of the day, God never lets me down.

Susan said...

I cultivate a good life by focusing on the truly important things in life and not sweating the insignificant things.

Jenn said...

I cultivate a good life by counting my blessings each and every day! Would love to win this class, thanks for the chance!

Brandi Osborn said...

I cultivate a good life by always making the choice to be happy...even during those times when it seems impossible.

Thank you for the chance to win!

Kimberly said...

I am cultivating a good life by recording memories for my family!

kimberlytotland@hotmail.com

Karen Hancock said...

I pause my life for just a moment and play with my kids. We wrestle on the ground and have tickle fights, we jump in muddy puddles, or we might just lay still and cuddle or talk about the days adventures. Some days my house might be messy but all of my four boys have smiles as big as can be and hopefully joyful memories.

Stephanie said...

I cultivate a good life by reading a bedtime story to my kids every night no matter what.
stephaniedanielsnurse (at) yahoo (dot) com

Sarah said...

I try to cultivate a good life by aiming to be intentional in how I live each moment. Thanks for this opportunity, Monica! hitchedathenrys at hotmail dot com

Jenny Rae said...

i try to remind myself that life is right now - not wish it away for someday.
jenny_halvorson@hotmail.com

MsCarolina said...

I cultivate a good life by documenting/recording memories for my family. Thank you for the chance to win!

Anonymous said...

Yes,yes,yes! Jumping up and down for being given the chance to win
a seat in Becky's class. I try to cluivate a good life by documenting the things my gkids do and give them finished pages for their albums for Christmas each year. Thank you!
Sharon kidwell5@att.net

Kelly said...

I cultivate a good live by remembering to take some time for myself once in a while to recharge. kansaskel rocketmail

Nichole M said...

Keeping my fingers crossed! Thanks for the chance.

Nichole M said...

Oh! And I cultivate a good life by actively choosing to be positive!

Laura Petruso said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I cultivate a good life by enjoying the good (and even bad) things my kids do everyday. I never wish for them to be older because they will be all too soon! I try to just enjoy them for who they are right now, in the moment.

Joyfulmomofmany said...

The #1 thing that I do to cultivate a good life~ wow! That's hard to narrow down. I guess that I'd have to say that I am really striving to live "in the moment". As a mom of a dozen children, being fully engaged as I interact with my husband and the children gives me a tremendous amount of joy, whether I am cooking, doing laundry, visiting with a family member, or training for my first half-ironman triathlon, living "present" and "in the moment" is super-key for me. (Using Project Life doesn't hurt either! *Love* PL!) Thanks for the chance to win!

Letty S said...

I try to cultivate a good life by loving all those around me and showing them my love!! Even if it's just making their favorite meal or helping with something they need!! Today is our wedding anniversary! 29 years!! I would love to win and begin the documenting of our 30th anniversary!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

Kimberly said...

I try to cultivate a good life by putting other's needs before my own. Some days I do really well, others not so much. But I keep trying and that's what really matters.

kianve{at}zoominternet{dot}net

Susan said...

I cultivate a good life by not over committing myself. I am also a firm believer in starting over without guilt. Like today, I'm starting over on eating healthy after a week of fair food! Don't stress when we backslide, get up and keep going.

mommyoffour said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to be more positive around my children. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this awesome class!

Lmackey9466 at Comcast dot net

Heather Wambach said...

To cultivate a good life I take deep breaths and focus on the moment.

Elizabeth said...
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Elizabeth said...

I cultivate a wonderful life by being thankful for my first breath every morning. I am always appreciative of the gift of life!

ejwoods1@gmail.com

Ang said...

I cultivate a good life with balance. I seek it out as much as possible.

Something Special by Suzann said...

I cultivate a good life by living every day as an adventure! Love watching my 3 year old learn about life and the world. How she was amazed that the sun was red this morning and said "That's incredible"

Suzann N.
Aloha, OR

Ang said...

Forgot my email in post above!
ang517 at yahoo.com

I cultivate a good life by seeking out balance.

Sara said...

To cultivate a good life, I try hard to read my Bible every night and think through things that are bothering me through that sort of lens.

Erin said...

I keep a gratitude journal...and have my boys 3 and 5 doing a daily "whats AWESOME". As a family we try to capture the little things that make us who we are!

Thanks for a chance to win!

Leslie said...

I'm cultivating a good life by documenting it...with Project Life!

Leslie
psl_622@yahoo.com

Roxane said...

I cultivate a good life by spending as much time as possible with my family. Thanks for a chance to win!

mral4 at sbcglobal dot net

Unknown said...

Jane F.
Salisbury, NC

I cultivate a good life by trying to not sweat the small stuff. I wouldn't say it always works but I keep trying.

Deb A. said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to focus on living in the moment and enjoying it. PL helps me document that journey. Thank you for this opportunity!!

Amy said...

I cultivate a good life by remembering to slow down and remember what is really important in life. It's a battle daily but is a fight worth fighting.
Amy
Atmckeehan@gmail.com

Yvonne said...

Right now I am in the midst of learning how to cultivate a good life. It's a work in process and I feel like I'm failing more than I'm succeeding but right now we are working on having more meaningful family time.
Thanks for this opportunity!
ygronau (at) gmail (dot) com

Margie S said...

I cultivate a good life by living with less, reducing my daily costs so I can spend more time being present with family & friends and less time working.

Sandi Chiba said...
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Anonymous said...

I am cultivating a good life by taking each day as it comes and being thankful for blessings.

davecbiv@aol.com

kcjones said...

Cultivating a good life by striving to be grateful for the everyday moments (even the messy ones).

Ally said...

I try to cultivate a good life by taking care of both my family and myself. Being there for those who need me and taking the time to truly appreciate the wonderful things in my life.

avictor@mts.net

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to keep things simple in my life - no unnecessary physical or mental clutter.

cdkielly@yahoo.com

Kelsey S. said...

I cultivate a good life by putting my boys (that includes my two sons and my husband) first! I enjoy every moment with them whether we are spending a week at Disneyland or an evening on the couch with a movie!

Kelsey S. said...

I forgot my email...kelseyblighton@yahoo.com

Beth said...
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Beth said...

I try to cultivate a good life by keeping a positive attitude.

foxfamily827@aol.com

Randi Fien (randifien@yahoo.com) said...

I goof off at school with my boys, dance with them or jump up an down when they are excited about something that happened at school and sometimes I bring them a little treat. There are so many moments I miss when they are at school and I want them to know their accomplishments are important. They are important and loved.

Aggie said...

I cultivate a good life by being aware of the little things in everyday life and being thankful for each one, good or bad.

Dana Klinkner said...

I cultivate a good life by keeping thankfulness at the forefront of my mind - it helps me to be content and happy with all that I have been given. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

mystampbiz@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

The last 3 years of my life have been the hardest. I try to cultivate the good life by pushing back the darkness and being thankful for all my blessings. My blessings are many and my happiness affects their happiness.

cwwebb72@gmail.com

julietlaw said...

Right now, I'm trying to cultivate a good life by going to bed at a reasonable hour every night (instead of working till...) It's not that easy. ;)

my e-mail : roguebuffy38 @ gmail.com

Jennifer Restivo said...

New follower! I am trying to cultivate a good life by being more open to opportunities that come my way... craftycardgallery at gmail dot com.

Mikadavi said...

I cultivate a good life by being positive about everything that happen in my life, the bad things too.. And being kind with my family. Thanks!

Jocelyn said...

I cultivate a good life by spending every second I can with my tiny babies and celebrating our everyday moments! Jocejoce805@hotmail.com

Karen C said...

I try to live each moment - ride out the tougher times and really appreciate the good times. Just make the best of every day, whatever it brings.

Wat de ... blog!? said...

I try to cultivate a good life by taking a picture every day. I try to embrace the not-so-perfect moments as well. As a housewife, some people may think my life is boring, but with Project Life I can show other people that something happened every, single dag! Thanks for a chance to win!

Kristin said...

One way that I cultivate a good life is by appreciating what I've been blessed with and trying not to worry about the rest. I love my 2 little boys and my hubby!

Amy Holley said...

I try to cultivate a good life by embracing the "little" moments of each day that make up the important things in life - a few minutes to tickle my toddler, kiss my husband, talk with my middle schooler, read my Bible, send an encouraging text to a friend. I don't want to be so distracted that I miss these precious opportunities!

Cindy Borcherding said...

Hello and thank you for the chance to win. I try to cultivate a good life by instilling an ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE in my children. So many things go unappreciated and I try to make my kids recognize all the wonderful things life has given to them. :)

Karrie said...

I want to take Becky Higgins class because I want to learn how to cultivate the best life ever! I think her class will teach me things that I haven't thought of, haven't recgonized, or even haven't appreciated enough. Expanding my knowledge of anything and everything is currently my personal goal. If I had to pick a way I cultivate my life now it would be "giving back". I volunteer at a food pantry and it reminds me how fortunate I am to have a home, food and people who love and care about me. The biggest reward in life is doing things for others and seeing how you can make a difference.

Erin said...

Congrats to you! Taxes...that is challenging work. Thanks for the opportunity, I love reading all of the different responses. I am working on cultivating a good life by trying to not worry what others' opinions of me are. Life is too short for that. Some will like you, some won't, live your life!

Yulia W said...

I try to cultivate a good life by being thankful for wonderful everyday and great occasional adventures, by being loving mother and wife.

Mendi M said...

I started PL this year to cultivate a good life! It has made me so much more aware of everything. I love it!

Anonymous said...

I am trying to cultivate the good life by doing Project Life. I just started and am really enjoying it! Taking the pictures and just writing down the little things, being more present in the daily things our family does. Brooke

Keianna said...

Thanks for a chance to win this awesome class.

The number one thing I do is write down what is most important and then try to get to it each day, even if for a few minutes.

Lisa Johnson said...

I cultivate a good life by finding a little time everyday to recharge my spiritual battery. I find that most of my prayers happen while I'm in my car driving to and from work. Thanks for a chance to win! ♥ it.

Lisa Johnson said...

Bah....I forgot to leave my email address.

lisa.marie.johnson at hotmail. com

Brenda said...

I cultivate a good life by getting out in the fresh air and sunshine and exercising every day! It makes me feel so much better and gives me more energy for everything else I want to do.

Shanna H said...

I cultivate a good life by being thankful everyday for my family and always putting them first. I learned a long time ago that no job is worth sacrificing your family for. This revelation has kept me happy for a long time!

D said...

I am cultivating a good life by learning to enjoy the little things that I often overlook due to the trying to balance it all 'perfectly' - Mom, wife, daughter, employee (new job with unrealistic expectations), housekeeper, team photographer... I have a friend going through dialysis that brought it home for me - time is precious.

Eileen said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to prioritize my time well. No more wasting time on mindless activities. I strive to spend as much quality time I can with my family and take some time out for myself as well! Makes me feel like a whole person when I make these conscious choices!

Thanks for an opportunity to explore Becky Higgins class. I would love the chance to make my own project life pages more meaningful.

Eileen

Stephanie said...

I cultivate a good life by letting go of the 'should do's' and doing more of the 'want to's'.
Thanks so much for the opportunity!

Becky said...

I want to work on making my house more of a home in the coming months. Thanks for the chance to win

Jen S (jscales915@yahoo.com) said...

So excited for this class - hoping that I will win the spot! I cultivate a good life by making sure that I'm a positive energy source for my family & friends. You get back what you put out - I try not to debit my karma card! :)

Rachel said...

I try not to "Should" on myself-you know-I SHOULD do this, I SHOULD do that. There are things I need to do, or want to do, but should is a word that actually has a lot of guilt attached to it, and kind of sucks the fun out of life!

Becky said...

I cultivate a good life by being intentional about our family time at home, especially now while we have small children. I know as our children grow I will not be able to have as much control over our schedule, but the sweet time we spend together with no interruptions from the outside world is a blessing to me!

Jo-Lee said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to focus on the good stuff and letting the not so good stuff go. Striving for perfection and focusing on flaws is a waste of energy and causes you to miss out on some really great stuff.

Priscilla said...

I cultivate a good life by putting my phone down, turning the TV off, stepping away from my computer and getting unplugged in order to spend quality time with my baby and husband. Those other things can wait :)

Priscilla Davis...cillastixcreations@live.com

Kathy Reid said...

I cultivate a good life by enjoying my children, the things they say and do, the faces they make, these things make me happy every day.

Kathy H. said...

I cultivate a good life by enjoying the moments spent with my family.
Thanks for the chance! Project Life Rocks!

hazegang@comcast.net

Heather said...

I have cultivated a good life by leaving the law firm life with its 80 hour work weeks for a HUGE paycut and its 40 hour work week...it re-connect with my boys!! Even started scrapbooking again after 5+ years! I continue to cultivate a good life by enjoying every moment with my boys...they are worth all the money in the world to me!

heatherkeesee@gmail.com

Leslie said...

I culivate a good life by enjoying every minute of every day. In a flash it could all be gone, so we need to make sure to treasure every moment we have. <3

Leslie
honestmommy@gmail.com

Kelly Small said...

I cultivate a good life by treasuring each moment with my family, capturing it through photography and displaying it in our family scrapbook.
alanis4387@msn.com

~Cyndi~ said...

I cultivate a good life (or at least try) by remembering to cherish the little things in life.

~Cyndi~
eternally4p@hotmail.com

Audrey V said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to live in the moment and practicing gratitude.

Sandra said...

The number one thing I do in my life to cultivate a good life is that I try to be a good Christian. If I live out the Biblical principles taught by Jesus, I can truely have a complete and fulfilling life. Thanks for a chance to win a spot in Becky's class!

Paty said...

I cultivate a good life by enjoying the little moments ♥

patypscrap at gmail.com

Maria said...

I cultivate a good life by living in the moment and really trying to appreciate everything in my life.

Shiloh Fairbanks said...

I cultivate a good life by choosing to be happy & spending time with my daughter, Keira, each & every day; not just time, but special time, no computers, phones or tv time, with my undivided attention, doing whatever she chooses to do! {usually reading books}:-) Thanks so much for the chance!

Antoinette said...

By not sweating the small stuff.
The good will out.

inmybox said...

I cultivate a good life by loving myself and having compassion & tenderness for myself, which allows me to enjoy most of my life, even though I spend most of it too sick to be out of bed. It's much easier to enjoy being stuck in bed with myself when I like myself! :)

Thanks so much for this opportunity!

Anonymous said...

I try to cultivate a good life by raising my children to be the best they can be...with pride in themselves, care for others, and a passion for Christ.

Thanks so much for the opportunity to win this seat. Becky Higgins has so much to offer and I would love to hear all the wonderful ideas she has to share.

Appreciative,
TeAnn (tewieber@yahoo.com)

Elizabeth Ayoub said...

The number 1 thing I do to cultivate a good life is work at finding the image of God in each person I meet. Definitely easier said than done, but makes this life so worth living!
So new to Project Life, but living it already.
Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by remembering how precious and fleeting life is. Thanks for the chance to win. Anita Tribuzio

samone said...

There are so many things Ive changed lately to help us as a family to cultivate a good life. One big one has been having music play during the day instead of the TV - Simple - But it has made our home so relaxed and 'homely'.

x.

Jelena said...

I am trying to cultivate a better life by being more aware of the everyday things in our lives that may seem unimportant or boring (thanks to discovering Project Life!). My mom died in 1993 and my dad recently gave me all of her pictures and cards she saved over the years. I am organizing and scanning them. I wish there were notes with the pictures so would know how old my mom was, when the pictures were taken, etc. I want to leave good recorded memories for my children and grandchildren to enjoy in years to come. Thanks for a change to win! I would LOVE to take this class. jprichard39@yahoo.com

nancy said...

I try to enjoy the little, everyday things. Thanks for a chance to win!

Elired said...

I try to cultivate a good life by reminding myself to stop and try to see the big picture, instead of getting lost in all the little "musts" in life. Sometimes playtime with the kids is more important than a little bit of dust on the floor.

May said...

I am trying - using project life and a general attempt to be more mindful - to PRACTICE GRATITUDE. This has made me realise life IS pretty good, what I need to do is cultivate a grateful heart to appreciate it in all it's multicoloured wonderfullness!
birdhandled at yahoo dot co dot uk

paperscribe said...

I cultivate by using what I have well...when something can or needs to be bettered, I try my best to see the things I have in new ways to solve the problem or fill the need, rather than look to new items.

char said...

I cultivate a good like by really trying to "live' in the moment. charmaine.cronin@virgin.net

libbywilko said...

Trying to listen,really listen to my boys when they want to tell me something... Just stopping what I am doing focusing on them instead of my chores or things that seem I important but in the grand scheme of things aren't. Thanks for the chance.

Julie Coryell said...

I'm cultivating a good life by taking time each morning to read my Bible, pray, and journal. It starts my day off right and helps me be a better mom, wife, sister, and friend!

Thanks for the amazing opportunity to be part of this class.

Anonymous said...

Oh so forgot my email address

nicoletteanne@shaw.ca

Nicky from Okotoks - thanks for the chance - keeping my fingers crossed

Anonymous said...

Oh so forgot my email address

nicoletteanne@shaw.ca

Nicky from Okotoks - thanks for the chance - keeping my fingers crossed

Catherine said...

I try to cultivate a good life by doing laundry and dishes later, after the kids have gone to bed so I can enjoy my time with them. Thanks for a chance to win a seat in the class, it sounds amazing!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to win.
Peg
phillips73@verizon.net

Laura said...

Oh jeepers! This would be so totally awesome!

magnifiedplaid7@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life spending time with my family and appreciating every moment

Thanks for a chance to win,
Judy
heyjude319@hotmail.com

wendy said...

Honestly I'm having trouble cultivating a good life right now...

Peggy said...

I cultivate a good life by taking a few minutes each day to reflect on the day and think about what I want to do differently the next day. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in Becky's class. Paghitr@gmail.com.

Anonymous said...

i cultivate a good life by prioritizing what's important now. thanks for the opportunity to win a seat. it sounds like a fabulous class. Lisa Smith

kel said...

I cultivate a good life by trying to remember "the days are long but the years are short". I try to appreciate the everyday and document.

Antoinette said...

By not sweating the small stuff.
Time heals.

Leighna said...

In order to cultivate a good life, I try to be always thankful, loving, forgiving, laughing and breathing. Life is wonderful - you just stop and look around.

leighna.carmichael@gmail.com

thanks for the opportunity to win a seat!

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by embracing the every day stuff, the routine, the weather ( good or bad), etc.

Andi Raponi
Araponi817@yahoo.com

Thx for the chance to win.

Kathleen said...

Mostly by staying optimistic! Every night I write down at least one good thing that happened that day. It helps. :)

katalexandra at gmail dot com

Tracy said...

I cultivate a good life by making family a priority and showing my children the importance of being together
Oleksak5@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by telling my family daily that I love them and thank them for all that they do.

Kari
jkmages4@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I'm cultivating a good life by trying to spend more time with my little girls.

Jared (I'm really hoping to win this for my wife!) :)

jmacslc (at) yahoo (dot) com

Anonymous said...

I cultivate a good life by really engaging with my boys when they open up to me. I put down what I am doing and give them my full attention...I know it wont happen much when they are older so I want to get as much as I can now!

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