As personal project, I have been pondering the concept of writing a book with 100 different exercises one could complete daily in order to improve some aspect of his or her life. But the wall I ran up against was a rather simple, yet daunting one: I've never stuck with something for 100 consecutive days myself, so how could I write a book about it? More than that, how dare I expect others to do what I haven't done?
Therefore, I made the determination today, that I would do just that--a 100 day challenge. After thinking and fasting today, I have chosen four areas of focus to help me grow spiritually, physically, intellectually, and emotionally, and they will be my focus over the next 100 days.
I will be documenting my progress here each day, ideally with at least a short paragraph, or sentence, but if nothing else, the stats of the day. I'm excited for this process--it's been awhile since I've set goals such as this--and I look forward to how they change me.
Spiritual: Read Jesus the Christ by James E. Talmage in 100 days
Physical: Walk or jog at least 1 mile daily
Intellectual: Read 1000 pages
Emotional: Do a daily mindfulness exercise