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Awesome 30-Day Challenge Ideas To Try This Year

Looking to get back on track or start a new good habit? Start a challenge! Here’s a great list of 30 day challenge ideas for you to try.

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Can you believe I’ve posted something on my blog this many new times in one month? It’s a miracle! I decided to do a 30 day challenge and try and do a post every day for the next 30 days.

However, I have a life and realize I can’t post that many times. I failed, but at least I learned a lot about my work habits.

I was sitting here thinking about what I should write about today and realized it should be about challenges! I’m sure there are some great 30 day challenges.

overhead view ofdesk with green plant, bottle of shells, notebook, headphones and pen on a desk

I love doing challenges. I’ve done challenges to save money, not buying cereal challenge (which I did for an entire year), no eating out challenges, meal planning challenges and a no soda challenge.

My son got a pull-up bar for his birthday and I tried to do one and I failed miserably. I started googling- Learn how to do a pull up in 30 days! So, I’m in the middle of 2 challenges right now!

I also do a challenge to read more on the Goodreads app. I choose how many books I want to read in a year and it tracks me.

Why do a 30-Day Challenge

Most people do a 30-day challenge to get motivated or learn something new. You may realize you’re spending too much money or eating unhealthy. A one month challenge is a great way to jump start a new habit or get back on track.

Do you feel like you’re in a rut? Challenge yourself. Think about something you’d like to learn or improve about yourself if you can’t decide where to start.

30-Day Challenge Ideas

Do you feel like you are drinking too much soda? Try a 30 day no soda challenge and print out this tracker to keep you motivated.

If you didn’t find a challenge you were interested in, then you can create your own. You can print out this calendar to help keep track.

You can also comment below and maybe I can even type one up for here!