A Break For Fullness

by Live it to the Full on June 14, 2013

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It is our third summer here at Live it to the Full, and we (Aleece & Amy) have decided it’s time for a little hiatus. Both of us have big personal projects in the works, and we’re taking a little break to focus on fullness in other realms of our lives.

It has been nothing but a delight to see what has developed here at Live it to the Full.

Please keep your eyes on this site and our social media postings, and we’ll be in touch with updates in late September.

In the meantime, live it to the full!

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