It's been hard work and I managed 22 days - which does represent a lot of things getting done. Of course the list is long and is always getting added to...
I won't bore you with the details as it is of course the most boring things that I put off. (Appointments/enquiries/energy comparison sites/setting up the new printer etc).
Having said that it has been a satisfying achievement and I do feel better for getting some of the long standing tasks off my mind.
Are you trying a 30 day challenge? I am continuing with the exercise video (here), once or twice a week and the Italian programme (here) most days for just 10 or 15 minutes. These were my last two self-imposed challenges and I will keep up the latest one until at least the 30 days.
It's really just about focus. Leo Babauta, from whom the idea came (here) says being accountable to someone is a great motivator, and committing myself publicly here on the blog to doing these things did help me stick to them.
For September I plan to do something a little fun every day, push myself out of my comfort zone in some way, be a little daring, follow a whim, have a giggle, be a little silly..
You could start with a wee laugh over at Lucille's.