I love to read but I don't My summer challenge seem to make time. My summer challenge then cleaning ends up taking hours when if I just did a little each day, I'd be so much better off.
I have now taken thousands of pictures in the past seven years. So I printed a couple and they looked nice. I was taking them for my personal use to track my own progress, but then figured I should show the difference for anyone interested.
And more weeks go by. Oh, and adding a newsletter was a pretty big and good change. In my job I have no problem to stay focused, because there is a structure and a boss that I gave a commitment to. This makes blogging challenge number four.
Why do you read blogs? These pictures are in large envelopes stuffed in the same cabinets.
Someday I will write a post about why I did this. On top of my own pictures, my mother has added to the pile. I defined my goals for the next 2 months and the challenge is to stay focused to achieve those goals.
This is the end of dreaming and the start of actually getting things done! Yes, the summer is busy, but honestly, there is never a good time. Varies from week to week. And if I get really crazy and feel adventurous, I might add a more intense task each week like cleaning baseboards or washing the outside of the windows.
But I brought a hardcover edition of The 4 Hour Workweek and I read one third of it during this 8 days holiday. Each seminar is designed to expand your academic horizons through lectures, discussions, individual and group work, project-based assignments—even field trips.
Then I ran out of ink. I have been reading a lot of blogs about internet business and listened to every episode of some very very interesting podcasts. And then weeks go by and I print more.
Once I did, I realized that was the culprit. You might also choose to do some post-design extensions, which are not accounted for in this estimate. Ooh wow, a chore chart!
I can't wait to share it all with you in the coming weeks and months so never fear! The 3rd time can be either swimming, gym or jogging. I have now taken thousands of pictures in the past seven years.
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I have since gotten 2 more digital cameras. I never finished that project either.
No more excessive dryness after that. So in that spirit, here's my Summer Challenge list. I'm an equal opportunity reader.
I read just about everything - mystery, non-fiction, long books, short books, serious books and silly books This app may contain ads that feature other products, services, shows or offers from Cartoon Network and our partners. I discovered that the book is far more interesting then I expected.The Lurong Living Championship Challenge will start during Fall The more colorful the food, the better.
I try to add color to my diet, which means vegetables and fruits. Summer ushers in the season of longer days, outdoor activities, and plentiful produce, but not every region has the same fruits and vegetables available during.
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First off the community at STN is something that I have never experienced before. If you are looking for authentic, genuine people that live life to the fullest, than look no further. I recommend one challenge per day or week leading up to summer break, or even all challenges in one day-long 5-event pentathlon!
A reminder: STEM challenges are always most beneficial when done in multiple iterations, but they can be treated as one-off activities as well. My summer challenge to you is this: Start doing the things you want to do instead of the things that are easy to do.
If you want to do something, start making decisions that move you closer to doing what you love and not anything that takes you away from it. That's this week on The Podcast with Scott Cunningham. This summer, take your Reading Challenge to the next level!
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