Corinne Kelli Widmayer
Genre
Most Recent Book Title
Set Your Mind: Finding Wellness Through Intention
Book Description
Wellness isn’t only working out and eating the right foods. True wellness is a journey that requires examining every area of your life. In a fast-paced world bombarded with fad diets, quick fixes, and numbing distractions, it’s easy to hyper-focus on one aspect of health and lose sight of wellness as a whole. The result? Exhaustion, depletion, and discouragement.

Applying wisdom gleaned from her own wellness journey, author Corinne Kelli Widmayer encourages readers to identify what may be holding them back from achieving their wellness goals. With chapters individually focused on challenges to spiritual, physical, nutritional, mental, emotional, environmental, relational, and financial wellness, Widmayer gently navigates readers toward prayerful intention and God-centered growth in every area of their lives.

Guided by scripture, opportunities for reflection, goal-setting tools, and advice on using essential oils to enhance and improve daily life, readers will learn to pursue wellness, intentionally. By acknowledging a relationship with Christ as the starting point and engaging in intentional living, readers will not only experience progress in one category of wellness . . . they will witness transformative growth spilling over into every area of their lives.

Are you ready to discover your path to wellness?
Set your mind and start your journey.
Location (city/state/country)
Manchester, MI USA
Author bio
Corinne Kelli Widmayer is an educator, entrepreneur, and encourager. A retired teacher, Corinne now devotes her time to her wellness-centered business, which focuses on spiritual encouragement and essential oil education, through blogging and classes. She is married to her high school sweetheart, mother of two daughters, and nana to five grandsons. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and crocheting afghans.
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well. (3 John 1:2)

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