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100 Mile Challenge

100mileHey, friends! It’s Motivational Monday, and today, I’m issuing a challenge! Are you up for it?

100 MILE CHALLENGE!

 Join the challenge if you dare!

 I don’t know about you, but sometimes, it helps me to reach my goals when I have someone else coming along side of me. We can cheer each other on, hold each other accountable, and celebrate each other’s victories! That’s why I decided to issue Cultivate Create’s 100 Mile Challenge! I have issued this very challenge once before on Cultivate Create, but that was a few years ago. I thought it was time to issue the challenge again. And this time, I’ll be checking in with you about it a couple times a week on social media to help keep us all motivated to get moving and reach our fitness goals. 

Since I am visual person and so are many of you, I decided to make a free printable chart with one hundred boxes that represent miles. As we walk (or run) miles, we get to cross the box off. When we reach the one hundred mile mark,  I think it’d be great to treat ourselves! Maybe with a mani/pedi, a massage or spa day, a new outfit, or anything you’d love to do to celebrate. You decide before you start and look forward to that treat for reaching your goal. I also want to celebrate completing the challenge together on Cultivate Create. If we averaged 10 miles per week, we’d make it to 100 miles in 10 weeks. That would be the week of July 23rd -28th.  However, go at your own pace and start where you are right now. The only thing that matters is that you get moving and finish the challenge.  I do, however, want to encourage you to push yourself out of your comfort zone a little each week! 

If you want to join me on the 100 Mile Challenge, print your own copy and track your progress. As you complete it, upload a photo to my Facebook page and share! On Instagram, use the hashtag #100milechallenge. I want to celebrate with you! For personal use only. You can download the file HERE.

As I was making up my little printable chart, I kept singing in my head, “And I would walk a hundred miles, and I would walk a hundred more…” I know the song technically says five hundred, but, nonetheless, that was what was stuck in my head. Then, Rob Schneider’s voice kept ringing out in the back of my head, “You can do it!” Thanks, Rob, for perpetually giving me that little bit of encouragement in the back of my head ever since I saw Waterboy all those years ago.  (In a Cajun accent. Over and over again.) 

Anyway, Cajun Man and I both say, “You can do it!”  If you decide to take the 100 Mile Challenge, please let me know. I would love to know that I have someone hustling along, reaching goals, too. Next week, I will update you on how many miles I got to cross off and I’ll check in with you guys to see how you did as well! I hope you’ll join me and please share with those who might want to join the challenge!

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