30 Day Challenges
The book was interesting enough and full of suggestions to start with but I decided to create my own.
I’m quite big on challenges. Being single and living in my own place sometimes it’s nice to have an aim for the day besides sleeping, working, and getting food. A 30-day challenge is a perfect way to shake up my life a bit and encourage me to be a bit healthier in my choices too.
The rules of the challenge are simple: try to complete it. I’m not going to beat myself up if I don’t do something on one day, but at the same time, there is no reason why I shouldn’t.
Most of the tasks below will take less than 5 minutes of my day, but it will be something I don’t normally do.
My first 30-day challenge is going to begin on the 1st September out of one of these challenges below.
Examples of 30 Day Challenges
The self-care challenge is the perfect way to start some healthy habits and boosting your energy and mood.
Looking to get fitter but can’t afford the gym? The plank challenge will help you work out those ab muscles and make you feel less guilty about those three biscuits (okay, four) you had with your coffee.
We all like to feel a little joy. The happiness challenge, much like the self-care challenge, will help lift your mood and put a smile on your face.
We all have those months where we need to spend less and this handy challenge can help with that.
I do enjoy capturing a moment for Instagram and personal keepsake. I can’t wait to start taking some candid snaps for this challenge.
Sometimes the best thing to do for your mental health or life fulfilment is to have a cleansing clear-out. These daily tasks will make a mountain seem more like a molehill.
There are six 30 day challenges to be getting on with. Check back at the beginning of September to see which challenge I decided to start with.
If you fancy having a go at one of these challenges go ahead! Link me in any post or Instagram snap you make so I can support you.