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Change yourself from the inside first. What I like about the whole 30 day challenge project is that you can make a massive difference to your life without having to spend loads of money, relocate or wait until the time is right. I first heard about 30 day challenges from Matt Cutts in his inspiring TED talk 30 day challenge ideas 1.
Take a photo a day on your way to work. Give a compliment a day. Speak to someone new every day.
Keep a thought journal. Write your dreams down every morning for 30 days. Give up alcohol for a month. Give up TV for a month. Listen to a new song every day. Spend five minutes focusing on your breath every day.
Take time out each day to watch your thoughts play out like a film — observing without judgement. Be totally honest — so no lying for 30 days harder than you think. Draw or paint a picture a day. Learn something new every day. Teach others something new every day.
Drink eight glasses of water a day. Try hot yoga every day — many studios offer an intro discount! Ditch the news for a month and instead seek out an interesting article to read every day. Cook or bake something new each day.
Keep a laughter journal. Write down one thing a day that made you really laugh hard.
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Go for a 15 minute run every day Do 50 sit-ups a day. Write a handwritten letter or send a postcard a day to old friends. Learn a dance routine as part of a group Cycle to work Write down a positive thought a day Keep a gratitude list for 30 days Welcome to the edition of 31 Days of Five Minute Free Writes!
This has become an annual tradition inspired by the Write 31 Days challenge, which takes place every October..
For Write 31 Days, writers and bloggers are challenged to choose a topic and write every single day during the month of October. Welcome, Germies, to this month’s writing challenge! This challenge will begin today and will end October 31st. However, you are welcome to come back anytime to complete the challenge and submit your story below in the comments section.
Author Josh Wrenn Posted on March 30, Categories challenges, writing Tags attitude, belief, blog, challenges, hapiness, journal, life, magic, me, music, personal, Song A Day Challenge 9 Comments on Song A Day Challenge Day 4 Song vs Song. Jan 21, · After reading this, Im definitely going to challenge myself.
Im on day 3 of my 3 series of Bikram Yoga. I do it every year for a couple of months. Posts about 30 day writing challenge written by eleisawifelife. I’ve been meaning to write more and put this day challenge to rest, but there was a bit of Paralysis by Analysis for this particular post.
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