Challenge 2019

Every year I tell myself that I am going to do more, be better and finally improve on those bad habits, I’ve known I’ve had for years but not acted on. Every year I write a bucket list or series or resolutions in an attempt to complete what I say I will… and like most people, every year but mid February I have given up on them. 

This year rather than make myself empty promises I know I am going to give up eventually I decided to challenge myself. Challenge2019 is the plan I came up with as an alternative to bucket lists and resolutions. It’s designed to embrace new habits, break old ones and encourage myself to make every month worthwhile. I read somewhere that it can take 21 days to embrace a simple habit as the norm, and six weeks to embrace a complicated one. I realised that in 30 days I could embrace a simple habit or get a solid foundation on a more complicated one. Thats twelve new good habits in a year. 

I wrote myself a list of habits and challenges I wanted to complete in the next twelve months, I am extremely excited to get on with the project and I am going to share them with you because I know that you are more likely to achieve things if you tell people about them. See the list, follow me as I venture to complete the list and write one of your own and tell me all about it. Spend your year by challenging 2019. 

I want to hear all about your #challenge2019 lists! Tell me all about them and follow the adventure via the hashtag #challenge2019 on any social media or blog posts; or leave a comment below!


Challenge 2019 – The list


Daily Challenges:

> Drink a glass of water with breakfast everyday

> Run a mile 4 times a week

> Journal Daily

> Budget for a year


Monthly Challenges:

January : Make money don’t spend it

February: Detox for 22 

March: Minimalism Month

April: Love my wardrobe

May: Run a 5km

June: Crack the sign language course

July: Have a cheap holiday

August: Write a new book

September: Get ahead of the game, get organised

October: Embrace the autumn, go outside, 

November: Sleep Pattern Perfection

December: Get festive and give back

2 thoughts on “Challenge 2019

  1. I love this idea! I, too, struggle with keeping New Years’ Resolutions. It’s easy to break them after the positive energy surrounding the new year starts to fade. Good luck with 2019!! xx

  2. I love this idea! It takes the pressure of accomplishing things during the year. Smaller goals for each month seem much more accessible. Good luck! 🍀

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