Have you seen people in your feed or bloggers you follow participating in the 100 day challenge? The whole point is to do/make/create something for 100 days. The challenge officially started in April and wrapped up in July, but in true Cece fashion, I couldn’t decide what I wanted to do so I didn’t’ do anything. <–that in of itself should be a whole other blog post.
Recently, my friend, Allie, painted for 100 days straight. Allie and her husband, Adam, own The Wonder Jam where they help clients with their branding. They are the real deal if you are looking for help with your business; big or small. Check them out here. Allie is a bomb designer and photographer but her first love was painting. At the end of her 100 day project she decided to sell her paintings online and held open a gallery for all her friends and family. Check out all her beautiful paintings/prints she has left for sale here. She is one of the first people that I know personally who participated in this challenge and it’s inspired me to get off my butt (aka my psychological blocker of being afraid of doing).
But now my issue arrives…what to do? Should I be vague and say just create something once a day for 100 days? Create a painting, sew a skirt, make a ceramic mug, learn how to do hand lettering, etc? Or maybe I do something health and fitness related; run or do yoga for 100 days straight or maybe no alcohol or sugar for 100 days straight? All of these things can be done, but what should I choose?! AHH!
Are you participating? If so, what are you doing? If not, would you want to do it with me? What would you want to do for 100 days?