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Pencil Marks On The Wall: Looking At Life One Year At A Time

by Andrew Schadwinkel

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Remember the wall where you measured your height each year? You stood there as straight as you could, even stretching your neck erect. You wanted to see improvement.

We all understand the significance of growth: physical, mental, and emotional. Pencil Marks on the Wall gives you an opportunity to reflect once a year, record where you have been so you can get where you want to go. It is a series of 49 entries you address in writing to yourself.

Included are entries like:

• Describe a memory that you believe you'll always remember and explain its significance.

• What clothes have you not worn in the past year that could be donated?

• What do you do on an average weekend?

The questions are designed not to offer generic solutions, but to help you realize for yourself the priorities you've made and the changes you desire. You'll be able to establish a record of personal growth in the space provided for annual updates to the questions so that you can appreciate your life, one year at a time.

About the Author
Andrew Schadwinkel, a creative writer and marketing communications copywriter, grew up in Alliance, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is employed in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.



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