Thursday, March 11, 2010

30 Days

What could you do in 30 days? Google will say it only takes 21 days to develop a new habit. And this research says the number actually averages to 66 days. Have you ever noticed how there isn't really one answer to anything?

Anyway, we're in the 30 day progress conversation per yesterday's blog about tracking progress for the sake of progress instead of the end goal. Since that time I've begun making a list of the things I could track for 30 days. Drinking green tea each day, taking a walk with my dog each day, eating vegetarian for 30 days, doing yoga each day, strength training each day... the possibilities are endless.

So I've begun a few 30 day lists as we do some planning to incorporate the 30 day numberless calendar concept into Cybercise. One big 30 day project occurred to me this evening... eat only whole foods for 30 days. This would be just the opposite of what Morgan did in Super Size Me. This seems like a significant challenge, particularly with travel and lunch and dinner meetings. Is it possible? Perhaps. So I'm off to ponder my ability to eat nothing processed for 30 days. And you? What will you consider doing for 30 days?

1 comment:

  1. Joanne - that's awesome how you're already making it a part of what you're doing. Really cool....