Thirty-day challenge

I’m taking a challenge that I read about over at the confusingly named “Fax mendis incendium gloriae cultum” blog by Jonathan Garcia, a guy whom I’ve followed on Twitter for quite a while.

You can read my entries relating to this challenge here.

Day 01: Something you hate about yourself.
Day 02: Something you love about yourself.
Day 03: Something you have to forgive yourself for.
Day 04: Something you have to forgive someone for.
Day 05: Something you hope to do in your life.
Day 06: Something you hope you never have to do.
Day 07: Someone who has made your life worth living for.
Day 08: Someone who made your life hell.
Day 09: Someone you didn’t want to let go, but just drifted.
Day 10: Someone you need to let go, or wish you didn’t know.
Day 11: Something people seem to compliment you the most on.
Day 12: Something you never get compliments on.
Day 13: A band or artist that has gotten you through some difficult days.
Day 14: A hero that has let you down.
Day 15: Something or someone you couldn’t live without, because you’ve tried living without it.
Day 16: Someone or something you definitely could live without.
Day 17: A book you’ve read that changed your views on something.
Day 18: Your views on gay marriage.
Day 19: What do you think of religion? Or what do you think of politics?
Day 20: Your views on drugs and alcohol.
Day 21: Your best friend is in a car accident and you two got into a fight an hour before. What do you do?
Day 22: Something you wish you hadn’t done in your life.
Day 23: Something you wish you had done in your life.
Day 24: Make a playlist to someone, and explain why you chose all the songs.
Day 25: The reason you believe you’re still alive today.
Day 26: Have you ever thought about giving up on life? If so, when and why?
Day 27: What’s the best thing going for you right now?
Day 28: What if you were pregnant or got someone pregnant, what would you do?
Day 29: Something you hope to change about yourself. And why.
Day 30: A letter to yourself, tell yourself everything you love about yourself.


32 thoughts on “Thirty-day challenge

  1. Pingback: Day 01: Agony of these feet « λογοι

  2. Pingback: Day 02: Figuring it out « λογοι

  3. Pingback: Day 03: Shame and manipulation « λογοι

  4. Pingback: Day 04: Letting go « λογοι

  5. Pingback: Day 05: Someday « λογοι

  6. Pingback: Day 06: Can’t. Stop. « λογοι

  7. Pingback: Day 07: My meaning of life « λογοι

  8. Pingback: Day 08: Going through hell « λογοι

  9. Pingback: Day 09: Somewhere out there « λογοι

  10. Pingback: Day 10: Unrequited « λογοι

  11. Pingback: Day 11: The eyes have it « λογοι

  12. Pingback: Day 12: Do you smell that? « λογοι

  13. Pingback: Day 13: Them and me together (can do anything, baby) « λογοι

  14. Pingback: Day 14: Hero? « λογοι

  15. Pingback: Day 15: Cheezborger! « λογοι

  16. Pingback: Day 16: Make the buzzing stop! « λογοι

  17. Pingback: Day 17: Han changed my life « λογοι

  18. Pingback: Day 18: Wedding bells « λογοι

  19. Pingback: Day 19: The undiscussables « λογοι

  20. Pingback: Day 20: Under the influence « λογοι

  21. Pingback: Day 21: Don’t let it end this way « λογοι

  22. Pingback: Day 22: Movin’ out (name that Chicago reference) « λογοι

  23. Pingback: Day 23: Aux terrains étrangers « λογοι

  24. Pingback: Day 24: Mix tape « λογοι

  25. Pingback: Day 25: Making a difference « λογοι

  26. Pingback: Day 26: I’m still here « λογοι

  27. Pingback: Day 27: The journal | λογοι

  28. Pingback: Day 28: Daddy? | λογοι

  29. Pingback: Day 29: Macho, macho man | λογοι

  30. Pingback: Day 30: La fin | λογοι

  31. “Day 19: What do you think of religion? Or what do you think of politics?” -Intersting. The only question with an option. Yet more proof that theophobea is alive and well.

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