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It's almost the end the year and time to reflect. The Winter Challenge is journalling the moments that made us smile and laugh this year.

When looking back on the year we tend to look at the goals we achieved and what we accomplished in 2022.  And then January comes and we think of new beginnings and create another cycle of goals and milestones we need to achieve. We forget the moments between the moments. We forget to celebrate the feel good moments.

We tend to look at the trips, the new clients, the successful launch we had in 2022 and think of these as achievements. This is what 2022 was made of. We fill up our schedules with big events and awesome experiences… we forget that "moments between the moments" are what really make life worth living.

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Winter Challenge - Free Download

Winter Challenge

This winter, challenge yourself to be more mindful, more grateful, and most of all to have fun. Reflect on the past year of where you made real connections and had meaningful communication. 

Spend more time on winter activities with the kids. Get the Winter Planner for Kids to plan your days with your children doing fun activities and finally getting out of the house.

What pleasant surprises did you face this year? What awesome thing happened without you even planning it?

What did you unintentionally manifest in 2021?

Winter Mindful Challenge

I challenge entrepreneurs to take time from their busy schedule and check off some of the things from the Winter Challenge List. Post on social media using #dgwinterchallenge2021

When you become mindful, abundance starts appearing in many beautiful and unexpected ways. Look back on your year and journal when you saw evidence of this.

Winter Gratitude Challenge

Complete a gratitude challenge. Over the cold winter days find 1-3 things to be grateful for each day and write it in a journal or grab your copy of the Winter Challenge . Shift your focus to gratitude and abundance.

This is a wonderful day I have never seen this one before. - Maya Angelou

Post on social media using #dgwintergratitude2021

 Winter Planner For Kids

Includes:
- Undated Calendar: December, January, and February
- Weekly Planner
- Daily Planner
- Winter Bucket List

- Winter Gratitude
- Winter Reading List
- Monthly Activity Planner
- Indoor and Outdoor Planner
- Family Activity Planner
- Me Time Planner
- Winter Shopping List
- Winter Journal Pages

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