I own my own small fitness business and i try to complete one of these tasks a month. I think if your not uncomfortable your not doing anything with real significance. Great post and great advice!
At the start of October, we asked five Daily Muse writers to set a goal and stick to it as part of our first-ever 30-Day Challenge.
Now, it’s the end of the month—and all five writers survived! They faced their fears, talked to strangers, brought their lunch every day, meditated, and explored new cities—and they shared their experiences with us all month long. And today, we’re bringing you a wrap-up of how they fared and what they learned.
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Every day this month, Lauren did one thing that scared her. In final week, she went for the gold: bungee jumping.
Even when you live in a big city, it’s easy to get stuck in your own little world, so Megan made it her goal to talk to strangers every day. It wasn’t easy, but it was definitely hilarious, and her final week was no exception.
Challenge #3: Bring My Lunch to Work
Angeline challenged herself to bring her lunch to work every day—a task, as she found, that doesn’t quite come naturally to her. But at the end of the month, she realized the big benefits of sticking to her plan.
Kelly Hanlin McCormick
Yoga buff Kelly sat down for 10 minutes of daily meditation this month. See how her final week went, and why she calls the experience “life-shifting.”
Kelsey just moved to Denver for a job, and she’s determined to make new friends, be adventurous, and explore her new city. This week, she reflects on how much she’s accomplished in such a short time.