So. Last year when I first heard about #the100DayProject, I was extremely inspired and decided to join in. Unfortunately, I only lasted about 40 days, and soon quietly gave up oops.
I can’t remember if I stopped because I started working full-time, or if I just became too lazy to continue. Probably the latter. In any case, the 2019 project is due to start officially in April, and I thought, I should give it another try.
I’ve decided to start a little earlier because I want to finish before our family holiday in June, so I’m actually already a few days in. Here’s to hoping that I will keep the momentum and complete the entire 100 days this time!
If you’ve been looking to set aside time for some creative or passion project, I highly encourage you to participate in this 100 Day Project! You can do any action – draw, paint, sew, sing, work out – as long as you commit to doing it every day for 100 days. Then share your progress on Instagram (hence the hashtag) so that you are somewhat accountable, and you can also journey with the community.
I think it’s a great idea. And I think, even if you don’t want to share your progress on social media, you should still be able to do your own 100 Day Project. There is something special and powerful in committing to doing something daily for such a long period of time. By the end of it, you might be surprised at how much better you are at your skill, or how much you have learned of a new topic (like my friend who is committing to learning about a new plant every day), or even how you’ve successfully incorporated a new good habit in your life (like exercise!).
I’ll be sharing my progress on Instagram daily, and will also post some “summary updates” here on my blog.
Let me know if you’re taking part, and what you’ll be doing!