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Personal Progress is amazing and fun, but some times it can feel a little over whelming. Thankfully there are lots of people who dedicate their time to writing Personal Progress Blogs and websites. Here is a list of awesome Personal Progress websites, blogs, and resources.
This is the first place I would look for any Personal Progress needs. There they have the Personal Progress requirements, booklet, information for leaders, and videos to inspire you.
Here tag line is: Making Personal Progress fun in at all times, and in all things, and in all places. Boy does she do that. This girl is amazing! You should follower her right now. She has tones of worksheets, printable, and other items to help you through Personal Progress. She also has a workbook in her Etsy shop which includes worksheets for every Personal Progress experience and project.
Pond’s Guide to Personal Progress (that’s my blog)
I won’t say much more about this one, because it’s my blog, and if you’re reading this, then you already know it exists.
This one is mostly written for Young Women leaders, but there are still somethings the girls might enjoy. Here you will find some articles about Personal Progress and how to incorporate it into your life. There are also mutual ideas and tips and advice for leaders.
This one has not had any new posts for a couple years, but there is still some good content. It mainly has activity ideas for the different experiences, so leaders might enjoy this site more. There are also printable reminders.
This is another one which hasn’t had anything new for awhile, but still has some great stuff. Here you will find ways you can do Personal Progress a little bit every day.
This is just one page I found on their site, but if you are looking for a value project idea, you’re sure to find something here.
Sugar Doodle has lots of mutual activity and value project ideas. There are also a couple articles, games, and handouts.
This one is the mother load of resources. There are tons of printables, handouts, worksheets, mutual ideas, and leadership help here.