Join me in The Daily Text Challenge

Last updated on April 10th, 2024 at 06:45 pmDisclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning if you decide to purchase […]

Last updated on April 10th, 2024 at 06:45 pm

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Hey there! Can you believe it’s been almost a year since the lockdown started?

I wanted to share something with you that’s been bringing me a lot of joy lately. Last November, I started a little spiritual project of creating colourful and creative notes for my daily text. It’s been an incredible experience that usually takes me around 10-20 minutes each day.

Not only has it been a fun and engaging way to spend my time during the pandemic, but it’s also helped me stay motivated and positive. And since it brings me so much joy, I wanted to share this idea with you in case you’re looking for something new to try!

Are you up for a challenge?

As much as I love making my creative notes, I haven’t been able to make them daily yet. I really would like to push myself a bit and try to make it a consistent habit of mine, hence the challenge.

I would like you to join me in the Daily Text Challenge!

Over the next 28 days, I’ve set a personal challenge for myself to write daily text notes every day throughout February. This challenge is aimed at improving my consistency in reading the daily text. I’m excited to embark on this journey and see where it takes me!

I thought it would be nice to invite others who would benefit from it as well. We can encourage each other and get to know each other better.

Let’s do it creatively!

If you want to join me in this challenge, you need a pen and a notebook. You can make your notes traditionally or digitally with your device.

I am planning to use my weekly planner, Posca pens, and some colourful markers and pencils. Feel free to use different mediums to make your notes outstanding.

Rules of daily text challenge.

Make it daily. You can just rewrite the whole daily text, write the main scripture, or just say one word that stands out for you. It all depends on how much time you have available and how creative you feel.

If you won’t be able to do it daily, do not put pressure on yourself (the pandemic is enough). Even if you’re able to do just a couple of days a week, that’s a good start!

Share your notes with others.

If you’d like to share your notes with others, use the #dailytextchallenge hashtag on Instagram, and all will be able to see it (only your friends if you have a private account)

Let’s have fun and make reading Daily Text a consistent habit together.