Project 137 now available again!

137 days to your most intentional self.

Project 137 has brought together over 1300 amazing people from around the world.

You can join this group of Project 137 "pilgrims" on the journey to your most intentional self--on your own schedule and in your own way.

How?

Project 137 will take you there. After the wild success of Project 137 in the fall of 2012, we've created a "self-study" version that also provides a community component.

Each day for 137 days, you will receive three prompts:

  • Love Well,
  • Live Fully,
  • Let Go Deeply.

Using those daily prompts, you will be challenged to live your most intentional, mindful live. You will gain food for thought that can unleash your wildest dreams, that can allow you to live in grace, and that can nourish you so deeply you can begin to live without regret.

Here's what some folks have to say about Project 137:

I love this path. I love the companions, the scenery, the journey.

-Jennifer Burns Lewis


This trail is filled with so much to think about, to process, to see through new eyes, and to practice.

-Tamara Mangum Bailie


Project 137 is changing my life.

-Mieke Krynauw


When you enroll, you'll start your journey in our online "classroom" where you'll get your daily assignments. In addition, you'll have the option to join our active, amazing online community (on Facebook at the moment) for interaction with folks on the same journey.

Join us. Make the commitment to really live your life for 137 days.

It will change your life.


Join now for $97.

Love Well, Live Fully, Let Go Deeply, & Make a Difference

A Project 137 Gathering is Also in the Works!

Mark your calendar for May 17-19, 2013, in Asheville, NC. We're noodling on a way to bring Project 137 "pilgrims" together for a few days of amazement and community.

Who is Patti Digh?

The creator of Project 137, Patti Digh is a best-selling author and speaker. She wrote "Life is a Verb: 37 Days to Wake Up, Be Mindful, and Live Intentionally," which was one of five finalists for the prestigious "Books for a Better Life" award. Her other books include: "Creative is a Verb: If You're Alive, You're Creative," "Four Word Self Help: Simple Wisdom for Complex Lives," and "What I Wish For You: Simple Wisdom for a Happy Life." Her next book, "The Geography of Loss: An Atlas for Embracing What Is, Being Grateful For What Was, and Loving What Will Be," will be published in June 2013. She lives (intentionally) in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina, with her family.