5 Reasons Why You Might Want To Transform Your Life

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Today only Crystal Paine’s course Make Over Your Mornings is on sale for just $10! This video driven course can transform your life by helping you take control of your days.

However, no course on earth is going to do that if you don’t know why you want to transform your life in the first place.

5 reasons why you might want to transform your life

Before you click over and buy the course, I want you to take just a few minutes to think about your why.

5 Reasons Why You Might Want To Transform Your Life

1.You only get one

One life is all we are given and we are not even guaranteed that it will be a long one. Why waste it by living it below your potential? Grab the course and learn to live your life with intention.

2. People are watching you

I ran my 3 marathons not just for me but for my kids. I wanted to show them that BIG goals can happen even when you have to start at ground level. They watched me struggle running telephone pole to telephone pole and then slowly work my way up to being able to complete a marathon. Was I the fastest? Far from it…but I did it.

Who is watching you? What example are you setting? Do you perhaps need to start setting a better example of how you spend your days? If so, grab the Make Over Your Mornings course, apply its teachings, and watch those watching take notice of the changes in your life for the better.

3. You have dreams

This year I realized something. I had stopped dreaming. 4 deaths of precious loved ones (plus 1 more just recently) in just a few years had made me turn off the dream switch. It is time to turn it back on. These past few weeks I have started dreaming again and am using the principles taught in Crystal’s course to make those dreams reality.

How about you? What dream have you put on the shelf because you felt you didn’t have time or energy to ever pursue it? Grab the course and discover how to finally find the time and successfully set mini goals to reach that dream.

4.  You’re tired of being controlled by fear

As a person who was emotionally abused for much of her young life, fear has a way of rising up like a massive wave and knocking me over. All the horrible words my abuser ever called me rush in and steal my courage.

A few years back I said NO MORE. When I hear the ‘what if’s’ start rushing in I realize right away that I am getting fearful and I push through it. It isn’t comfortable, but it is so worth it.

If  you living in a world of ‘what if’s’ and you are sick of it…pick up the Make Over Your Morning’s course and see how living life with a plan can help you say “no” to fear and “yes” to life.

5. You’re tired of being tired

Living life without a plan sounds exciting until we are actually in the thick of it and realizing that we are getting nowhere.  Suddenly what we thought would be a relaxing and laid back approach to life is causing us to feel like we are stuck in mud and unable to work our way out. We become tired of being tired but are not sure where to find our energy. If a laid back lifestyle doesn’t leave us with energy, then what will?

Crystal’s course will help you make relaxed routines and small goals that leave you time to still enjoy the flexibility you love but also allow you to find the energy you are craving.  Energy found in reaching goals and making dreams come true.

Or perhaps…

Perhaps you don’t find any of my 5 reasons to be motivation to change your life. Well then, you either know already and are applying the knowledge in this course and therefore don’t really need it, or you need to take a few moments and write down your motivation to change.

What is it about your life that you are not happy about? What do you want to change? Why are you not seeing results? Why are you not reaching your goals?

If lack of time is an answer to any of those questions then I strongly recommend you invest $10 in Make Over Your Mornings during today’s sale and learn how to make those changes, those goals, those dreams fit into your day.


Remember the course is on sale for $10  today only { Tuesday August 25th} . Tomorrow it goes back up to $17.

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Try a Free Day of Make Over Your Mornings

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You may have seen the banners for the Make Over Your Mornings course at the bottom of some of my posts or read about it in last week’s newsletter {don’t get my weekly newsletter? sign up here}.

I have also sprinkled my Facebook feed this weekend with reminders of this great course and the great deal that is happening today and what you can do right now to make sure that the course is 100% for you.

However just in case you didn’t know… currently you can grab the first day of Make Over Your Mornings for free.

One day of the course for free might not seem like that big of a deal, but what makes it a big deal is what is happening today  Tuesday August 25th …. Make Over Your Mornings is  on sale for $10. That is a $7 savings!

For just $10 you will get the 14 day video driven course Make Over Your Mornings that also comes with a downloadable workbook for your to fill out each day.

I know, I know….”but I don’t have time for one more thing! Even if it is just 15 minutes”. If that is you I want you to know this course will pay you back for those 15 minutes a day spent (210 minutes in all or 3.5 hours for the duration of entire course} in tenfold.

In it you will learn how to organize your day so that you can finally get beyond surviving and on to thriving.

If you still are not sure if the course is for you well then you are exactly the person who wants to click over and try out Day One for FREE. (click through scroll to bottom of sale page to find the free day sign up)

When you sign up you will be able to watch the Day One Video and read the Day One Workbook pages.

That will allow you to decide if you want to take advantage of today’s sale or not.

I always say a key component to a truly thrifty purchase is research. This free day provides you with great research.

 Go grab your free first day preview!

Doing this for 14 days will boost your productivity and leave you with margine in your day

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4 Fun Family Friendly Card Games To Bring On Your Next Vacation

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My daughter loves playing both board and card games and I do try my best to make time to have a game night with her at least once a month, if not more.

Now that I am 13+ years into parenting a child with a love of such games I have discovered something, I have way more time to speak love to her in this way when we are on vacation than when we are living our daily life at home.

4 fun family friendly portable card games to bring on your next vacation

Vacations {especially camping vacations} work well for endless hours of game playing, yet in the day to day those hours get swallowed up and game night is a quick 3 rounds of Sorry played once a month.

But, have you ever tried to put a Sorry board in your carry-on? Or tried to make room for just a few board games in the already stuffed cargo space of your vehicle? Yeah…it doesn’t work well.

However, card games are small and compact and slipping one or two–or perhaps even 3–in your luggage isn’t such a big ordeal.

4 Fun Family Friendly Portable Card Games To Bring On Your Next Vacation

1. Blink

This game should really be named Don’t Blink because if you blink in Blink you are going to lose. This is a fast paced yet simple game for ages 7 and up. It is a 2 player only game. It is extremely quick, my daughter and I can play several rounds in just 30 minutes. It is a matching game where you have to match either shape, color or number.

2. Slam

If you are a scrabble fan, then you are going to love Slam. In Slam you start a round by creating a 4 letter word with cards (um…obviously not THAT kind of 4 letter word–this is a family game!) then you divided the remaining cards between those playing and the fun begins. You can change one letter of the word to make it into another word but act fast because someone else might change it before you do. This is a fast paced game until the end when people begin to run out of cards. The first to get rid of their cards wins.

My favorite part about this game is that the kids are practicing spelling and don’t even realize it. Since you do need to use simple words for this game I would recommend it for children who can manage simple words  and older children.

3. UNO

UNO can be finished quick or it can take forever depending on whose rules you play it by. Whichever rules you go by, UNO is always fun.

UNO is for children ages 7 and up and can be played with many players. Our family loves playing with a double deck. It takes longer that way but is so much fun.

4. Spot It

This game is recommended for ages 3 and up, so if you have preschoolers this is the game for you. The Spot it tin includes a list of instructions for 5 different ways to play the game so it never gets boring. It is essentially a fun game of matching that can be played in multiple ways. We have the original Spot it, but there are many different versions.

And a honorable mention…

This last game I am going to mention is not a card game but a dice game, yet it is oh-so-fun and still very portable and extremely family friendly, so I have to mention Tenzi.  My family bought the party pack that allows 7 people to play at once, but there is a smaller more travel friendly 4 player pack.

There are multiple ways to play Tenzi included in the package but if you get bored with those, you can buy the ’77 ways to play Tenzi’ card pack which is small and very portable.

What fun, family friendly card games would you add to my list?

Psst…these games are all available on Amazon. Did you know you can earn e-gift cards to Amazon from Swagbucks for doing things you already do online? I have some readers earning as much as $100 in gift cards each month from Swagbucks.

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