Friday, 10 January 2020

Happy New Year


Late … but better late than never.

I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas, and that you are looking forward to this New Year and new decade with hope and renewed vigour and energy.  

There's no new Challenge as yet but I have some ideas that I'm jotting in my notebook and if any of my regular readers have ideas that you think might make for a good week or month long Challenge, that others would be interested in reading about, I would be interested to see your ideas.


Sue xx


3 comments:

  1. No real ideas as of yet. I will look forward to your next challenge.

    God bless.

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  2. Hi Sue I have quite a few ideas for a challenge, as no one has posted any I'll post the ones I have, hope you don't mind.

    Try 2 new vegan recipees per week for a month.
    Sort out 30 things in a month you don't use and sell them and see how much money you can make in a month.
    Make 30 random acts of kindness, send someone you know flowers, send someone you know a card just saying hello. Visit someone you haven't seen for a while. https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/29-ways-to-carry-out-random-acts-of-kindness-every-day.html
    Eat only local food for a week/month.
    What about a reading challenge, picking a book and your readers could join in.
    Look at you area as a tourist would and visit the places you always meant to but didn't get around to it, before you move.
    Challenge your self to walk 10,00 steps per day for a month.
    Challenge yourself to only use cash for a month no, credit cards allowed.
    Listen to a CD of yours every day for a month and tells us why you choose to listen to it and which memories it evokes. Keep a gratitude journal for a month and write out 5 things you are grateful for each day.
    Make somthing over a period of a month e.g a blanket from knitted or crochet squares or patchwork squares and donate to a charity.
    Make a card a day to have your greetings cards ready for a year.
    Sorry I've waffled on. Hope it gives you some ideas, these are some things I've been thinking about. Helen S.

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    1. There are some brilliant ideas there, thank you.

      And yes, I'll pick a couple of them and see what I can do, The 'try 2 vegan recipes per week for a month' idea is already in motion … great minds think alike :-)

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