The Simplicity Project by Corie Clark Giveaway

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The Simplicity Project by Corie Clark Giveaway!

I had no idea that as I said yes to moving forward with God’s dreams for my life that I would meet so many amazing and supportive people along the way. And yes readers, this includes you.


Corie Clark also happens to be one of those people. Since was launched in late Jan of this year, Corie has answered questions, offered feedback, encouraged me with her kind words, and as I step out in faith with my book, she has provided the inspiration that it can be accomplished with her very own.

Corie and I share similar passions for seeing people fulfill the purpose they were created for. This project came to Corie as she was trying to do just that. You can read more about it below

I want you all to know my friend Corie, and one way you can do that is by reading her new book. I can’t imagine a single person out there who doesn’t n

eed to simplify some area of their life.

Who wouldn’t benefit from this book? And because you all know how much I appreciate your support as readers, I’m giving away 2 copies.

Here are the two ways you can win…

  1. Become a subscriber. One book will given away via drawing from the email subscribers list. Existing subscribers are already entered because I appreciate them so much. If you are not already a subscriber, you can become one here: Click Here To Subscribe!
  2. Follow myself and Corrie Clark on facebook, twitter, or interest via rafflecopter.

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(Contest ends July 20 at midnight PST. I’ll announce the winners via social media on Monday, July 21.)

Meet CorieCorie-Head-Shot

Hi, Friends! I’m Corie, blessed wife of Ryan and mama to 3 beautiful kids. I love to help people live their lives wide awake and on purpose. Doing that in this crazy world is hard. That’s why I set out to simplify my life and I hope I can help you do the same!

Why Should We Seek To Simplify?

“We all have a longing for more. For living a life on purpose. A life that makes a difference and changes the world.

But all too often, life gets in the way. It shouldn’t right? I mean, we struggle, we dream bigger dreams, and search for the meaning of life and then somewhere along the road, life gets in the way of living. We’ve got mouths to feed, bills to pay, laundry to do, emails to reply to, and deadlines to meet. On top of that, we have clutter filling our houses and our minds and there really seems to be no end in sight.

If I couldn’t win the battle with chaos and clutter, how was I supposed to see my dream come to fruition? I needed peace so that I could live on purpose. How could I let things like a to-do list and a life of excess take me off the course that I was put here for? It wasn’t going to happen. Not on my watch.

With a list in my hand and a dream in my heart, I decided to go to war. Thus, the Simplicity Project was born. I spent 28 days tackling the problems that we all face every day because I was not going to watch the rest of my life go by without actually  enjoying it.

I learned to create margin in my health, home, finances, and time. You see, where we create margin, God has room to move. If we’re stretched too thin, we’re missing out on the dreams and purposes God has for us.

Now, I want to help you do the same. This life is too short to spend it just trying to get by.

What’s stopping you from living the life you’ve always wanted? Is it the never ending pile of laundry? The inbox full of 2,000 emails? The garage that you can’t even step foot in because you might not actually make it out? Whatever it is, it’s time to give it up. You are bigger and you can do it!”

You can purchase the book directly from or connect with Corrie here:

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  • Jessica Nicole Turner

    This sounds like just the book I need to read. I’ll definitely be picking it up even if I don’t win it. I definitely need to simplify my life. I feel like some great opportunities are presenting themselves to me and because I’m a creative and a dreamer, there are so many things I enjoy doing. However, my husband and my daughter need to come first. I pray that God will shift my priorities to be in line with His so that everything I do is in His will, and not my own simply because it is presenting itself. So simple, yet not easy.

  • Mark Allman

    I think we all need to consider this because the temptation is to be involved with so much stuff that we spread ourselves across a never ending list of things to do that nothing gets done really well making us want to try harder and harder and end up frustrated because we can’t do it all. We need to be satisfied with doing a few things really well.

    • Shelly Tiffin

      I very much agree Mark.

    • Jessica Nicole Turner

      Thank you for posting this, Mark. Those are hard words for me to hear. There are so many things I enjoy, yet clutter and chaos are a daily part of my life. I have a hard time just ‘being.’ Your words challenge me and remind me that I need to be praying about everything that comes my way.

      • Mark Allman

        I don’t think you are choosing between good and bad but between things that all can be very good but not at the same times. It might be you have to pick which thing you will put in the forefront now and something will come later or perhaps never.

  • Holly

    What ares need simplifying? #alltheareas Most importantly I’d say my schedule. It’s my biggest problem area.

    • Shelly Tiffin

      I struggle with my schedule, especially during the school year. It seems like once I get it adjusted correctly something changes and knocks us back into scramble mode. Thanks for sharing.

  • Clarissa Sidhom

    A lot in my life could use some simplification! I struggle with perfectionism and wanting EVERYTHING to be the best it can be. I need to step back and realize that sometimes it’s better to simplify aspects of life in order to fully live.

    • Shelly Tiffin

      I can completely identify with this.

    • Shelly Tiffin

      I can totally identify with perfectionism. I have had to learn over the years to accept good enough and prioritize better.