30 Day Challenge: Live Happier and Healthier

March 31, 2012 6 Comments »

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It’s time to get fit! There are several areas that everyone should work on in order to be happier and healthier. Have you ever seen the commercial that says “you are what you eat?” Well that is true. There comes a point in our life when we must make decisions to enhance our quality of life. We must live life on purpose.

Today we close the first quarter of 2012. What New Year’s resolution did you forget about? Probably all of them. Somehow, someway, we tend to lose focus. It’s time to start achieving the goals that we have set out for ourselves. Stop sitting on the sidelines and get up and do something.

 

 

During this challenge I will be posting about 4 main topics which I consider essential for everyone to live a happy, healthy, and balanced life.

  • Week 1 (days 1-8) Jesus said what?! The words of Jesus while on the cross.
  • Week 2 (days 9-15) Exercise for change. The personal benefits of exercising.
  • Week 3 (days 16-22) Finances. Taking control of our money.
  • Week 4 (days 23-29) Relationships. Overcoming the big hurdles.
  • Day 30! A reflective review of the challenge.

Personally, I am excited for what lies ahead and what is in store for the future of ConsiderUp. I invite you to join me on this journey. Engage in the conversation via the comments section. Share it with your friends.

Every day there will be something for you to think about.

Question:

Which area do you think will be to your benefit? Is it spirituality, physical exercise, finances, or relationships?

I’d love to hear from you. Let’s talk!

Jonathan Iguina (35 Posts)

Jonathan is the author and founder of ConsiderUp.com. He is a husband, a father, and a pastor. He loves Jesus, his family, writing, and playing golf.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sabrina-Marrero-Lebron/1489941351 Sabrina Marrero-Lebron

    Awesome. I will be following the posts. I think that what I really will benefit from will be the spirituality, finances and relationships. I look forward to encorporating these posts into my daily life.

    • Jonathan_Iguina

      That is great to hear. I hope that you can glean something positive from the posts and interact in the series along the way. Thanks for participating!

  • Desiree

    I agree with Sabrina. Spirituality, finances and relationships.

    • Jonathan_Iguina

      Hi Desiree, thanks for stopping by. The first week of April concentrated on Spirituality with the sayings of Jesus on the cross. There are times in life when we lose focus in this area and I think Jesus on the cross put it all into perspective. You can find them under the 30 day challenge tab. Beginning this weekend I will cover the topic of finances and next week relationships. Thanks again for checking out ConsiderUp. It is my hope that every reader can glean little nuggets of wisdom. Be blessed!

    • http://www.considerup.com Jonathan Iguina

      Hi Desiree, thanks for stopping by. The first week of April concentrated on Spirituality with the sayings of Jesus on the cross. There are times in life when we lose focus in this area and I think Jesus on the cross put it all into perspective. You can find them under the 30 day challenge tab. Beginning this weekend I will cover the topic of finances and next week relationships. Thanks again for checking out ConsiderUp. It is my hope that every reader can glean little nuggets of wisdom. Be blessed!

  • http://blogandretire.com/blog Lisha

    I could use a bit of shifting in each of these areas, actually! I was just thinking today that I could really use a day of meditation with God.