Change Challenge 52: March’s Change Evolution

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Change Challenge 52: March’s Change Evolution

Somewhere over the rainbow: This picture was taken in northern Finland, where the summer sun never sets and the light is still strong enough to form a rainbow in the middle of the night

Photo by Mika-Pekka Markkanen 


Prosperity/ Financial Perspective Change Evolution

Here is your opportunity to enter to win a $25 gift card!  Anyone who participated in the March Change Challenges is eligible, even if you were too shy to post.

Post your personal evolution of change in just a few sentences by midnight, April 8th.  How did your work on March’s weekly challenges help you grow in the area of changing your perspective when it comes to prosperity or finances?

Thank you for joining us on this journey!  It has been a joy changing with you.

About the Author:

Jennifer Slingerland Ryan knows a thing or two about kids and families. First, she knows they are joyous, exhilarating, loving and so darn fun. Second, she knows they suck your life dry and make you weep like a baby. By day she’s a psychotherapist; by night she’s a mom and wife. She claims to love therapizing couples, educating parents, reading dystopian fiction and sleeping in her free time (read: she never sleeps). Jennifer has spent over 12 years in private practice working with individuals, couples, and parents who are faced with kid-drama, mamma-drama, and family-drama, and she claims that although some stories make a grown woman cry, she loves it.


  1. Amie April 1, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    March has been a month of many changes. Like spring it is a time of rebirth of making one new. This can happen whether we are in control of the change or not. As for the prosperity challenge, My family and I have gone through a positive transformation. I sold my car and have only one car now. Grocery shopping is done on one day with the WHOLE family! Yes, it can be done :-)…BUT I have had to be very organized in menu planning, which in turn has made us very aware of what we spend on groceries and the dinners we prepare. I think it is a positive change in the right direction. As for the challenge of being aware of our world, moving to Costa Rica has been an eye opening experience. The haves vs. the have nots. I know I was supposed to think about Tryvon Martin, but in retrospect I realized that living in Texas I had created a stereo type of Mexicans. I did not understand the Latino culture or the language. I have lived in Texas all my life and never had any friends from Mexico or visited the Mexican markets in town (right down the street). Now I am very excited to go to the Mexican Market, I will get to practice my spanish and maybe make a new friend. I am embarrassed by the lack of effort I made before, but I will put forth a much bigger effort when we get back to Dallas. I shut out a culture and therefore kept my world very small and narrow minded. I am excited about opening up my world even in small little Dallas and make my world much bigger and friendlier. I really appreciate these challenges, with them I will keep Spring in my heart all year long ;-).

  2. Jenny Wang April 3, 2012 at 2:28 pm

    Thank you for your response, Amie! love it!

  3. Jenny Wang April 10, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Hi Amie!

    YOu’ve won this Challenge – can you email me your email address so we can get your gift card to you? My email address is Thank you!

  4. Amie April 11, 2012 at 10:34 pm

    Thank you! I love your challenges they are awesome. I can feel myself changing weekly! Still working on week 8 and 9, they are very challenging.

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