Yesterday, another project of mine came to its end. It was my second thirty-day challenge, and I believe that I completed it successfully (with only one day to be reported as a “failure”). The challenge was called “Take a Picture”, and the idea was to take pictures every single day and then select one best photo of each day.
As the result of this challenge, I now have a library of almost 5K photos from July. These photos span a dozen cities and towns in three countries on two continents, through the air, water and road travel.
Here, I present twenty-nine “photos of the day”. It is a great pleasure for me to see how this collection starts from love & friendship at home, goes through appreciation of farther places, includes amazing people, numerous discoveries, manifestations of my dreams, and then returns back to my current home, to appreciation and discoveries here, to be finished with the guitar as the sign of my intended return to music. Honestly, I can watch the slideshow of just these twenty-nine pictures for hours, and it will be enough for me.
July has been a long and wonderful month. Actually, it has been much more than a month. The trip to the States was the most remarkable time of my life, and I devoted the time since my return to making my life here remarkable, too. I cannot say that I accomplished the latter as successfully as “Take a Picture”, no. I have just made a small, tiny step in this never-ending journey, and I am looking forward to making more steps. I am looking forward to writing the story of my remarkable life, day by day, by doing the things that matter. Matter to me at first, and hopefully matter to the world, too.
Here’s to World Domination, doing good things for yourself and helping other people at the same time!
Have you heard of the concept of 30-day challenges? Have you ever done one? What was the biggest lesson of it? And if you have done multiple, what was your favorite one? Share your insights in the comments below!