What can you accomplish if you commit to working on something for 100 days? That’s what Give it 100 is all about. Make a 10 second video of yourself working on your project and post it to the site. Do this every day for 100 days, and see how much better you are at the end than you were when you started.
You can find all sorts of projects on the site, but the majority of people seem to be working on getting healthy – diet and exercise. I fit that category and have been biking for 100 days. People can follow each other and leave comments which I’ve found very helpful. When you know people will wonder where you were yesterday, you are less likely to slack off.
Yesterday was my day 100, and I celebrated with a 3 hour, 31 mile bike ride! There is no way I could have done this in the past. I remember when a 30 minute ride was a big deal, and now it’s a day off. My legs are stronger, my weight is inching down in spite of a cruise and other holidays (and the eating that goes with them) and I’m feeling good.
When your 100 days are done you have the option to still continue for as long as you wish. I will be continuing. I enjoy the people I’ve met on the site, and I love the benefits.
If you’re curious about me on the site, click HERE. I can’t video and ride at the same time, so I try to stop somewhere along the way and video my surroundings for 10 seconds. If I wasn’t biking that day, I’ll fill the slot with a video of what I was doing so my page is a collection of videos of all sorts of things.
I just thought I’d share this site in case any of you might find it helpful to keep yourself on track with anything you are working on. You can post videos of yourself learning Spanish, cleaning the house, practicing yoga, learning ukulele, or anything you can imagine!