You started off the year with an awesome plan of getting in shape. Bought all healthy foods at the grocery store and a set of hand weights. January 1st you were so excited and full of determination. Roll into February, barely getting a workout in once a week, much less the three you had set as a goal. March, you’ve abandoned all sense of healthy eating and Uber Eats is your go-to for dinner more nights of the week than you would care to admit.
Does this scenario sound familiar to anyone? Oh, just me.
Over on the Facebook page for Tea With Traci, we did a series of challenges over the summer months last year. They covered de-cluttering, planking, self love and journaling and each one lasted 30 days. I want to implement that again but this summer they are all going to be physical challenges.
Did you just roll your eyes?!? Hear me out.
It is proven that breaking down goals into smaller chunks makes them easier to obtain. Let’s apply that theory to getting in shape. There will be four months of 30 day challenges. Thirty days doesn’t seem that daunting to me. Should one of the challenges prove to be particularly dreadful, there is the bright spot that it will change to something else for the next month.
I guarantee if you apply yourself and commit to each challenge, your confidence will soar from proving to yourself that you can accomplish something you thought you couldn’t. Afterwards, take advantage of your momentum of badassery to try even more new challenges.
I am super excited about this. You guys were great on commenting and joining in last summer, but I expect even more participation this year!
So click on the link and jump over to the Facebook page and give it a Like. That way you won’t miss out on any of the information and fun. First challenge starts next month!
Leave a comment below if there is a particular physical challenge that you would like to do. I have a couple of specific ones in mind, but I’m always open to suggestions!
Till then, here are a couple of previous posts that will get you in the right frame of mind.
Let’s do this!