Catch up with "The Hard Drive" on iono.fm
- Category: The Hard Drive
- Published on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 14:28
Think of something you’ve always wanted to do, and try it for the next 30 days. Whether it’s riding your bike to work, sit outside for 30 minutes a day, keep a gratitude journal, or decluttering your home. Thirty days is just about enough time to create a habit or unlearn a bad one.
Matt Cutts motives us to take up the challenge in this TED Talk.
Motivated but not sure where to start? Below are some ideas of what you can challenge yourself to do for 30 days.
Be outside for 15 minutes
Keep a gratitude journal
Read a book just for fun
Don't buy anything new
Donate or toss one item every day
Join the #Declutter2017 project
Use your smartphone only for actual phone calls
Track your spending
Cook a meal every day that you've never made before