“Better die than live mechanically a life that is a repetition of repetitions.” -D.H. Lawrence
This month (and possibly beyond) my challenge is inspired by the book I Dare Me by Luann Cahn. I read Leann’s story of a year of firsts and loved the idea of changing your life by doing one new thing, big or small, every single day. The idea is to always be looking and open to the new opportunities around you every day. I think she had a bit of an advantage because she was a reporter and things were open to her more easily, but there is still no reason why we all can’t do this on a scale that fits our own lives.
I started on June 1st but was on vacation so I’ve been keeping up-to-date on our Facebook page, My 30 Day Challenges. I hope that you’ll follow along that way too. Since we were on vacation those first few days the firsts were easy, but since then I’ve had to search them out a bit. I looked through the book for ideas and brainstormed when Gage was at camp this week. I do want to push myself, but since Gage will be with me for the summer even the small things ( a new recipe, a new food…) will do the trick.
This may turn into a two month challenge. We’ll see. Anyone want to join me?
June 1st-Visited a skeleton museum
June 2nd-Family trip to Sea World Orlando
June 3rd-Flew Spirit Airlines and almost missed the plane!
June 4th-Read The New Yorker cover to cover (this needs to become a weekly thing.)
June 5th-Explored Richfield, where Gage is at camp.
June 6th-Ate chocolate covered espresso beans.