Nov 06

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Punctuality Challenge – Introduction

Tardiness – what does it have to do with spirituality? I have realized recently how much it affects my life. I am married to a punctual guy. He values timeliness. He appreciates it when I am ready to go somewhere on time. I, on the other hand, am a sort of squeal in on two wheels kind of girl. I am not usually embarrassingly late, but I am rarely early. This personality clash has caused many a conflict in this house especially on Sunday mornings. I think that if I could work on this area, there would be more peace in my home. I hate the stressed feeling I get when I am running late. I get snippy with the hubs, the kids, the cats etc. when I feel rushed.

I was recently heard about an ebook entitled, 28 Days to Timeliness by Davonne Parks. The title pulled me in and I purchased the ebook hoping to find some answers. I had put “getting places on time” down as a habit to work on for 2012. Since it is November, I thought that maybe I could work this in habit in before the New Year using this book.

So I thought that I would take you along on my journey. Will a chronically late person be able to be reformed? Check back daily as I report on my journey.

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  1. Millie Steele.

    You can do it…I struggle with it on Sundays as well!

  2. Davonne Parks

    Thank you again for posting this challenge on your blog – being able to read somebody’s progress, thoughts, struggles, and successes as they go through my book is a wonderful gift. Thank you.

    1. Jennifer

      I am so blessed that you found and read my posts.

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