This post may seem contrary to the title of this blog,but it’s ok. Life goes on.
When Christmas shopping in November, I bought a copy of this book for my friend.
It’s as simple as the title suggests – go offline and be inspired. It features 135 ideas to inspire you to go offline and experience the world around you. It also has a book cover which doubled as a 30-day challenge poster. The idea is that you do it to completing a set activity each day for a month.
While I could probably do each daily challenge,I’ve decided to select 8 in particular that I’d like to achieve by the end of the school holidays:
#3 – instead of reading the news online,read a newspaper (goodbye,ninemsn.com)
#5 – rediscover an old cookbook and put a recipe to the test (goodbye taste.com)
#8 – leave your phone at home & go for a walk outside (not recording it using Runkeeper)
#9 – decluttering your wardrobe and embrace the feeling of freedom it brings
#14 – meditate for 5 minutes (I’m guessing without a guided voice from an app telling me how to do it and what to think of…)
#17 – book in a time to catch up with an old friend (can I book in the time without using Facebook?…)
#25 – make something with your hands (without referring to the step by step instructions on Pinterest)
#27 – start the day with a walk around your neighbourhood,yoga or some simple stretching
So,wish me luck. 5 days of holidays done, 12 to go…