Why I Need #30Daysof10
Why do I need to take 30 days to establish these habits? It comes from the decades long habit of trying to take every spare moment of every day to be as super productive as possible so that I can hopefully one day “catch up” on all things in life.
For so long, every single day I tell myself that I’ll start some of these habits ‘tomorrow’ when I have more time. The truth is, I will never ‘catch up’ and I need to stop thinking in those terms.
Is 10 Too Many?
I’ve asked myself several times, is 10 too many? Maybe. Probably. I’m not even sure why I picked 10 except that it seems like a nice clean number. I am not the type to pick an odd number. If I was Saskia, I would have no trouble going with 8 and in reality that seems like about how many I could handle each day without a problem.
Which Are Easiest?
Looking back, selfies and video diaries being easy is kind of funny to me. I clearly remember when I started making videos for Instagram where I was talking to the camera. I was extremely uncomfortable. At that time, Hannah was living away at school, and I remember making practice videos and sending them to her for feedback. Oh my, how things have changed.
Which Are Hardest?
The most challenging task is stopping to take the time to write (this is a hump that I really really must get over). Also challenging is playing the piano, mainly because of the decluttering around the piano that is an absolute necessity, and the never ending challenge to try to find a place for things.
Who Is Doing #30Daysof10 With Me?
Good Ones on all platforms are commenting and sending messages that they have been inspired to also do #30Daysof10. That makes me feel good that my 30 day plan is helping others be motivated to establish some positive habits.
Are you one of those Good Ones? I’d love to know how it’s going for you!