30 Day Challenge!

Tonight I found myself on LinkedIn which led me to watch a series of TED talks under the playlist “For those who want to break out of their shell.” It’s not that I feel like I have to break out of my shell per se, but a person can never hurt from having a lil’ more of a push when it comes to embracing their full selves. And so, without hesitation I followed the link and clicked on Matt Cutts’ talk, “Try Something New for 30 Days.” I had been thinking about embarking on a 60 day challenge, so this seemed like an opportune time to receive extra encouragement to try that sort of challenge out for real.

After watching Matt Cutts speak about the benefits of a 30 day challenge, I decided that I would embark on my own. I have recently been doing 1-week challenges that have been successful at helping me change habits and incorporate new ones, so now I am sold on the idea of committing to a full 30 days. I have made my preliminary list of everything that I would like to do (or not do) daily for a period of 30 days. One of the first things I wrote down was to publish a blog post every day for 30 days.

I write a lot…daily. In fact, I am almost always writing because I love to do it. However, since I have been working on my upcoming book and other projects so intently, I have been neglecting blogging as a medium. The thing is, I have so much to share, and I really like to blog. Not only is it quick to the presses, but I can express myself however I want to on my websites. I am both the writer and the editor of Arielle London M.A. & London Mind Fit , where I can truly relay information and thoughts that I feel are relevant in today’s world.

So much has taken place since I last blogged, for one thing, Biden is now officially going to be the next President of The United States, which is a big weight off of a lot of people’s shoulders. COVID still has a lot of the world locked down, including my city in Canada, and people are losing their lives or loved ones daily because of this pandemic. The world is different now from how it was last time this year, or even one month ago. It is time to embrace the change.

I am including blogging once a day for the next 30 days because I want to share more of my world with you. Whether that is my opinions on the news of the day, a painting I created overnight, a poem, a response to my daily TED talk of the day and so on, will be up to me on the given day! So keep an eye out for new content daily over the next 30 days!

xo

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