21 Day Challenges
The 21 day challenges focus on short term changes that I may or may not continue. This gives me an opportunity to experiment with habits that I could not or would not want to sustain. I started the year with a little break from alcohol.
Potential 21 Day Habits:
- take a picture of something I love every day and write about it
- cut out coffee
- meditate every day (a repeat habit)
- wake up early (a repeat habit)
- do yoga every day (a repeat habit)
100 Day Challenges
The 100 day challenges are for progressed-based challenges. These are things that I’ve wanted to do, but didn’t think I had the time, energy, or motivation to do.
- do the splits
- practice pincha mayurasana – opens in a new window to my Give it 100 videos
Potential 100 Day Challenges:
- play the piano
- paint every day
3 Day Challenges
The eat healthier challenge was an interesting one for me. I had never tracked my food intake before and it was a great way to become aware of my eating habits.
In 2013 I chose 12 habits that I wanted to incorporate into my life. I started each habit on the first of each month and then piled habit upon habit. See the year in review.
- do yoga every day
- read every day
- drink water every day
- floss every day
- get outside
- wake up early
- eat vegetables every day
- eat breakfast everyday
- be grateful for one thing every day
- write every day
- eat fruit every day