The Me Project and Giveaway

Title: The ME Project

SubTitle: 21 Days to Living the Life 
You’ve Always Wanted

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN-10: 0736929665, ISBN-13: 978-0736929660

Release Date: February 1, 2011

Paperback: 224 pages

Retail: $12.99

From the author of ‘The Husband Project’ and ‘The Marriage Project’ comes the Me project.  The Me Project by Kathi Lipp is a very inspiring and motivational story. It encourages us- modern women who are single, married, married with children or in a relationship to put ourselves as a priority first instead of others.

You see, women are naturally nurturing and giving in nature. When we’re in a relationship and whatnot, we tend to concentrate on others rather than ourselves.When we’re in a relationship, we give our heart and our time to our other half. When we’re engaged, we give our time to the fiance and his family and whatnot. When we’re married, we not only put our husbands first, but our children too. It become some sort of servitude.

Sometimes people around us (boyfriend, husband, kids, in laws, etc) take us for granted after some time, and therefore, resentment started to build up and we become bitter.

This book teaches us to avoid that by telling us to love ourselves, put ourselves first and lead a more satisfying life by doing things that we want instead of giving 100% to others. We may make excuse, saying we no longer have time for ourselves and whatnot. Well, this book teaches you just how exactly you can make time for yourself to achieve things that you wanted. This book teaches us how to actually live life to the fullest.

This is a very inspiring and motivating book. I would definitely recommend this book to every single, married or those ladies who are in a relationship. I rate this book 5 stars.

Check out this link… it gives you some tips on how to start living a more fulfilling life: Three Super Simple Kick Starts

Author biography

Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker, currently speaking each year to thousands of women throughout the United States. She is the author of The Husband Project and The Marriage Project, serves as food writer for Nickelodeon, and has had articles published in several magazines, including Today’s Christian Woman and Discipleship Journal. Kathi and her husband, Roger, live in California and are the parents of four teenagers and young adults. For more information visit her website: www.kathilipp.com

‘The Me Project’ book summary:

As women, we forget the goals and dreams of our younger years. The busyness of everyday life gets 
in the way. To-do lists replace goals. The Me Project provides women with fun and creative ways to bring back the sense of purpose and vitality that comes with living out the plans and dreams God has planted in our hearts. Kathi Lipp’s warm tone and laugh-out-loud humor motivates women to take daily steps toward intentional goals. The end result? We get back our lives and enjoy living in the confidence of a purposeful life in spite of our chaotic schedules.

This handy guide coaches women to do one simple thing toward achieving our goals each day for three weeks. A woman experiencing the exhilaration of a rediscovered life offers more as a wife, mother, friend, volunteer, career woman.

GIVEAWAY

Leave a comment here and your name will be entered for a giveaway, courtesy of KCWC. On March 7, 2011 KCWC will draw and announce a winner of the grand prize. Giveaway is international.

Deluxe Starbucks Coffee Gift Basket

* Three 2.5-oz. bags of Starbucks coffee

(Sumatra, House Blend, and French Roast)

* Tazo black tea

* Starbucks marshmallow cocoa

* Almond roca

* Almond roca buttercrunch toffee cookies

* White chocolate and raspberry cookies

* 2 Starbucks mugs

* Keepsake black bamboo basket

Cleffairy: Loving ourselves more does not mean we love others less.

12 comments

  1. Cheeyee says:

    Very interesting, 21 Days to Living the Life 
You’ve Always Wanted. Anyway, I always love myself. Without loving myself, I found that I cannot devote to my family, my husband and my children. And without loving myself, I won’t be happy devoting myself to them also.

    So does this made me the winner? LOL!

  2. MRC says:

    Ermm – haizz sometimes it can go both way – the unappreciated feeling – trust me!!! (though i’m not on relationship) but by observation LOL

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