Back in October, I decided that life was becoming a little dull. I was allowing a personal issue to drain me of my joy and happiness. Now sometimes when our mental health isn’t at our peak, it can be difficult to lift ourselves up and over that black cloud hanging over us. I decided enough was enough so I decided to set my challenge of 100 days to bring more colour into my life. You can read where I got the idea from HERE in my original post My 100 day project #bringmorecolourintoyourlife .
Since starting the challenge, it has been a highlight of my day to find a pop of colour. It is surprising that when you start thinking and looking for colour you find it in almost every part of daily life. From, colourful clothing, resistance bands even the ticket machines at the light rail station where I live, on the Gold Coast. Of course, Nature provides some magnificent colour
At first, I thought I would have a weekly theme but then decided that might be just too rigid and I’ve enjoyed each late afternoon selecting a photo from the day or perhaps a previous photo that brings not only colour but also at times, lovely memories.
It has also been great to have others join in and I’ve been joined regularly by Jennifer from Next Phase Fitness and Deb from Deb’s World on Instagram as well as members of my Facebook Community in the Women Living Well After 50 Facebook Group.
As this week’s prompt for #lifethisweek, hosted by Denyse Whelan, is Share your Snaps, I thought it was the perfect opportunity to share my first 30 days of my challenge. You may have been following along, or you may see this for the first time.
I hope these snaps bring some colour into your life when you read my post and leave me a comment with your favourite photo.
Days 1 – 30 of my 100 day challenge to #bringmorecolourintoyourlife
How are you bringing more colour into your life?
I’d love you to share what is colouring your world at the moment so use the hashtag #bringmorecolourintoyourlife and don’t forget to tag me. You can find my photos on Instagram @WomenLivingWellAfter50 or on my WLWA50 Facebook Page and in the WLWA50 Facebook Group.