30-day challenges are about trying something new, different, fun, or even crazy every day for 30 days. (Which, incidentally, is the approximate number of days it takes to form a new habit.)
30-day challenges force you to do something every single day, even if that something is small. What matters is that a consistent action is taken, because it’s the small actions each day that build behaviors and habits that stick.
Think about March. It’s the month of spring. The month of new beginnings and growth.
What can you do, beginning March 1st, for 30 days. Start small, like taking a walk every day. Or take a nature picture every day. Read a poem every day. Or visualize who you want to be for 5 minutes every day.
Just do one thing. Don’t overwhelm yourself. Then, in April you can start another 30-day challenge. Start small and you might have the courage to try something bigger the next time.
And if you need a push, here’s a great poem to get you started.
P.S. It’s my favorite poem.