Join our June Journaling Challenge

Here’s the first weekly topic ⬆️ Please share your answers with us by using the hashtag #SaverLifeHappens and tagging us on Twitter or Instagram, or commenting on our Facebook post.

We’re trying something new! For the next four weeks, we’ll be posting a new journal topic every Monday at 10am PT. We’ll also provide helpful resources related to the topic of the week. We could use a bit of good news these days, and this is our way of elevating the voices in our own SaverLife community.

We’re excited to share your answers and posts with the rest of our community! Each week, we’ll interview someone whose answer really touched us, and they’ll be featured on our SaverLife news page. Will it be you? There’s only one way to find out. Share your story with us today 👍

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