becoming an ‘unwired mom’ – the challenge

i came across this challenge yesterday on sarah mae’s page, and i’m going to take it.

this is where i’m going to start.  i have big ambitions.  

i have a fire burning inside this tired shell of a woman to be more…to do more…to give more…

and to get to that point, ironically, i feel my heart saying ‘less is more.’  

even if it’s just tackling my time online to start, i feel like that is the perfect place to begin.  since my career goals are so heavily dependent on the internet (more about that soon).  i’m going to trim the fat, and streamline my time (with sarah’s help and encouragement), so that the time i spend is well spent and not in vain.  i’d rather my writing be focused and purposeful, than frantic, ten minute blips compiled into a random hodgepodge at an unpredictable time of my day/night.

so here’s what i’m going to be doing over the next fourteen days…
i will be taking sarah mae’s ‘unwired mom’ challenge.  
this isn’t an internet fast.  this is a get-ahold-of-your-time mission for me.  

the challenge starts today!  
each day, until friday the 23rd, i will be journaling (on paper!) about this experience and what i’m learning, using her ebook as my guide.  i’ll be sharing a summary of those thoughts with you on friday the 16th as well as that final friday the 23rd.

i am really excited about this, friends.  if you want to join me…do! just click on highlighted links to get to the challenge page.  you can also purchase sarah mae’s ebook the unwired mom: choosing to live free in an internet addicted world {here}.

let’s take back control of our time!  let’s prayerfully step into that freedom together.

from sarahmae.com:

‘The UnWired Mom Challenge is not a stay-off-your-computer-for-two-weeks challenge.  It’s a challenge to help you try and break some habits and come up with a vision for living free and whole and un-addicted while still enjoying the benefits of the internet.’

you can visit the unwired mom challenge post by clicking {here}

Comments

    • says

      Thanks so much, Sarah! Your book has been insightful, honest, and so helpful! I'm finding such encouragement through it. And following through with each challenge is making a noticeable difference in my home and in me! xo!

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