I hope that these daily prompts have given you much to think about and you have some tools in your Find the Good Toolbox to feel happier and healthier.
Hopefully you have an inspiring space filled with quotes, images and your happy list. You have fine-tuned your environment, health and routines. And you have been making self care a priority and have lots of ideas for future self care.
Today I’d like you to take a little bit of time to reflect on the past month. Have a read through your notebook.
And then on a fresh page write down the things you’ve been doing that you want to take forwards with you. Or what your next steps will be to feel happier and healthier.
Today’s theme is Health and for today’s activity we will be looking at foods that nourish us.
Do you menu plan? Or do you prefer to wing it and stay flexible? I’m a planner but every now and again I get bored with food prep and eating similar meals over and over again and it usually leads to bad food choices.
Today I’d like to suggest that you use your notebook to come up with a list of meals and a list of snacks you like that nourish you.
You might, first, need to think about what “nourish” means to you.
For me – that’s foods I enjoy eating that I know are good for me because they are full of nutrients and goodness. Foods that don’t make me feel worse (like junk food and sugary treats).
If you’re stuck for ideas have a look online. Pinterest is full of meal ideas and recipes. If you have specific dietary requirements you can search for those and come up with new ideas. I also like to follow some inspiring Instagram foodie accounts that share healthier versions of favourites – I save their posts to come back to when I want some fresh recipes to try.
You can refer to your lists when you’re stuck for ideas.
Saturday 27th April – ROUTINES – Weekly Routines
Today’s theme is Routines and today’s activity looks at our Weekly Routines.
We’ve already looked at morning and evening routines and how we can make tomorrow easier. Today let’s look more closely at our weekly routines.
I find it easier to do something daily then less regularly. It becomes a habit much quicker when I repeat it daily. Do you find that too?
Over this month I’ve split the weeks out with themes for each day…why not think about having a theme for certain days moving forward? This way you can group new habits you want to develop in the theme and you know which day to do it. You don’t have to use the themes I’ve suggested. They could be completely different. And you don’t necessarily need to have a theme for every day of the week…but if you had a day dedicated to self care each week that’s when you could schedule in me-time and other ideas you’ve come up with for self care.
In your notebook draw out a table showing the 7 days of the week. Are there already things you tend to do on the same day each week? Could these help you come up with a theme for the day?
What new habits do you want to start and what good habits do you want to continue? (revisit your notes from day 23). If they are not things you will do daily – where can you fit them in to your weekly schedule?
Here are some ideas for themes you could have across the week…
Errand day – where you batch all your errands and get them all done in the same day (post office, library, dropping off and picking up parcels etc)
Self care day – even if you don’t want to create any other themed days why not try just this one?
Family day – where you earmark quality time to spend with the family and go have some adventures
Admin day – where you catch up with all the admin that builds up – answering emails, making phone calls, paying bills, making appointments
Adventure day – where you go off and try something new, explore your local area, take an Artist’s Date (more on those here)
I’d love to know what your theme days are – please share!
Sunday 28th April – SELF CARE – Connection
Today’s theme is Self Care and we are going to look at Connection as a form of Self Care.
I look at connection in a couple of different ways – my connection with others and my connection with the bigger picture (spirituality).
What does connection mean to you? As I’ve mentioned before – if this theme for self care doesn’t work for you – what themes do? (I find it much easier to come up with ideas within themes rather than a random list).
Ideas for Connection as Self Care
Call a supportive friend for a chat
Go for coffee with a friend
Write a letter to someone telling them what’s happening in your life at the moment (you don’t have to send it…but writing it might help you make sense of what’s happening)
Find someone to give you a cuddle!
Make a date with someone important in your life and spend quality time doing something you enjoy
Take yourself for a date – doing something that makes you happy!
Read a book that inspires you to think about the bigger picture and your spirituality
Take some time out in nature to connect to the seasons (I love walking in the same places during different seasons to witness natures changes)
Look for local (or even online) events coming up that will help you connect with others or your own spirituality
Hopefully over the course of the last 28 days you’ve come up with a list of ideas to nurture yourself. Remember to take time regularly to look after yourself (whatever this means to you).
Monday 29th April – HAPPY – 10 (or more) Happy Things
Today’s theme is Happy.
Find your happy list in your notebook.
Today I want you to add at least 10 Happy Things.
Last week I shared some prompts. Here are some more that might help:
What hobbies do you have?
Are you an animal lover? (Making friends with dogs I meet is one of my favourite things)
Which keepsakes do you love?
What activities make you feel good when you’re doing them and/or afterwards (e.g. exercise, a job well done)
What music do you like? (Which songs make you want to dance and sing?)
Your favourite movies or TV that you can watch time and again?
What scents make you happy?
Try and be specific. It can often be the little tiny details that make our hearts sing.
How many have you got on your list? Read through it – does anything else come to mind that you can add on?
However many things you’ve got – I’d recommend typing or copying it out onto some paper or card and adding the list to your Inspiration Board. And add to it as often as you can!
That was FTG30 days 26 to 29.
We are almost done! Come back on the 30th for the final day and how you can go forward with your FTG30 toolkit.
Today’s theme is Self Care and we are going to look at pampering ourselves.
Earlier in the month I talked about seeing Self Care as a broad subject and thinking of all the different ways you can nurture yourself.
Today I am sharing ideas for pampering yourself. If this theme doesn’t work for you try to think of a different one and brainstorm ideas in your notebook.
Have a bubble bath or shower
Give your hair a conditioning treatment
Give yourself a home pedicure
Or facial (I like using sheet masks – less mess!)
Massage yourself…a foot or neck massage can be very relaxing
Take a nap
What others can you think of?
Don’t forget to set the scene for your pampering session:
Light a scented candle, burn some incense or diffuse some essential oils
Listen to soothing music (like you might hear at a spa)
Lower the lights
Try to find some quiet space without interruptions
Remember to take some time out today (or another day this week) to do some kind of self care activity.
Monday 22nd April – HAPPY – 10 (or more) Happy Things
Today’s theme is Happy.
Over the duration of FTG30 I want you to create a list of things that make you happy.
Find your happy list in your notebook. (Hopefully you already have at least 20 things on the list).
Today I want you to add at least 10 Happy Things. We will continue to do this once each week through the month and by the end of the month you will have a list of at least 40 things that make you happy.
If you are struggling for ideas at this stage give some thought to these themes and see if any specifics come up that make you happy:
Today’s theme is Reflection and today’s activity involves some journalling.
I find this a really worthwhile exercise and often find myself doing it as one year ends and another begins.
Open up a fresh page (a double spread would be handy) and split the page into 3 sections.
At the top of the page write “In order to feel happier and healthier” and then title the 3 sections as following:
I will STOP…
I will START…
and I will CONTINUE…
Now brainstorm away…what do you want to add to each section? Another way to approach it is… What do you want MORE of in your life? And LESS of? And just the SAME amount?
My STOP section often includes too much scrolling and bad food habits. My START section has encouraged some great habits such as daily yoga and gratitude practice. And I think it’s also good to look at what you’re currently doing well. It’s easy to get caught up in introducing good habits and discouraging bad habits but let’s also take some time to celebrate what we are already doing to feel happier and healthier!
Wednesday 24th April – ENVIRONMENT – Your Own Space
Today’s theme is Environment and today’s activity is to create our own space.
Find a space in your home that you can call your own. You could clear off a windowsill or a shelf. And gather some of your favourite items – things that make you smile and as Marie Kondo says “spark joy”. Gather your happy things in your space.
I have lots of little spaces around my home where I collect things that make me happy (some people refer to it as tat!). My bureau desk is where I keep stationery and items on display that make me smile (the mini unicorn snow globe my son bought me, pottery I’ve made, a pretty dragonfly ornament). I also have a space on top of my clothes drawers where I keep crystals and knick-knacks and candles. Plus there’s also a beautiful teal green bowl where I keep treasures I find in nature – pretty pebbles, feathers and pine cones.
I try to tend these spaces and keep them free of dust and other clutter (it doesn’t always work!). And I like to change them up seasonally.
If you’re more of a minimalist you might like to choose just one item (perhaps a plant) and keep it in an otherwise clear space.
Make a little corner of your home a happy space and somewhere you can keep your treasured items.
Thursday 25th April – INSPIRATION – Inspiration Board/Wall
Today’s theme is Inspiration and for today’s activity we are going to create our Inspiration Board.
Hopefully over the course of the week you’ve been gathering images and quotes that inspire you. Today I want you to use all or some of these things to create a moodboard, a collage or an inspiration board.
When I first came up with the idea for this activity I pictured it as a space on a wall somewhere when you can pin everything up. I use my wardrobe door for this purpose (I’ve shared it here). This might not work for everyone though…so let’s think about all the ways this could work for you. You could:
Create a small collage in your notebook you’ve been using for FTG30
Create a virtual inspiration board on Pinterest
Make a bookmark with a quote and/or image to keep nearby and remind you to Find the Good Everyday
Pin an inspiring image up inside your wardrobe or a cupboard so you see it every time you open the door
Save an image or quote as the wallpaper on your phone so you see it every time you pick up your phone
Write a note of encouragement to yourself and stick it to a mirror or the inside of your front door
It’s good to have visual inspiration somewhere you will see it everyday. So think about where you might be able to squeeze it in!
If you do have a big space – then go crazy! Add as many things as you can find that inspire you. You could also add notes from your favourite FTG30 activities.
Tuesday 16th April – REFLECTION – Midpoint Check-In
Today’s theme is Reflection and it’s time for a midpoint check-in.
We are half way through the 30 days. How are you finding it so far?
Have you been joining in with the activities? Is there any you want to revisit and add to?
What has been your favourite one so far?
You could journal about what has resonated with you so far. And what hasn’t.
At the end of the month how would you like to feel?
And if you haven’t done any activities yet perhaps choose one or two to try.
I’d love to hear how it’s going for you…please feel free to leave a comment below or on Instagram to let me know how you’re finding FTG30.
Wednesday 17th April – ENVIRONMENT – Virtual
Today’s theme is Environment and today’s activity involves our Virtual environment.
Two weeks ago we looked at decluttering. Today I want you to consider decluttering in relation to your “virtual” environment rather than your physical one. By “virtual” I mean electronics, emails, phone, screens, apps, notifications etc.
How is your Virtual environment affecting your health and your happiness?
If you have notifications constantly buzzing on your phone it’s likely distracting you from other tasks and even resting. Could you switch some off?
Are you signed up for hundreds of email newsletters that you no longer read and just clutter your inbox?
Is your inbox out of control?
Do you have time-zapping app’s on your phone which are affecting your productivity?
Have a think today about virtual distractions and what you can do to fix them. What one thing can you do to improve your Virtual environment?
Thursday 18th April – INSPIRATION – Gather Quotes & Images
Today’s theme is Inspiration and today’s activity involves gathering inspiring quotes and images…ready to create an inspiration board next week! It will be a visual representation of things that make you happy and encourage you to find the good.
Today I want you to search out quotes and images that inspire you. Here are some tips for getting started:
A good place to start would be the people who inspire you – can you find a quote from them that resonates with you?
Pinterest is a great source of inspiring quotes and images.
You could go down the DIY route and look through some magazines – cutting out anything that you like the look of.
Think about your happy list – what pictorial representation can you find for the things on your list? You could include a copy of your happy list.
What are your favourite colours? – try to collect things featuring them
If you have a stationery or craft obsession (like I do!) – have a look through your supplies for any stickers, washi tape, papers and patterns that you love.
Use a large envelope or folder to store everything and keep a look out over the next week for things that catch your eye.
If you’re short on space or not sure where to put an inspiration board…you could collect things this week that appeal to you by taking screenshots or making notes in your notebook. I’ll be sharing alternate ideas for displaying them next week.
Friday 18th April – HEALTH – Move
Today’s theme is Health and today’s activity is to move.
I’m sure we all know that exercise is good for us and I don’t need to list all the benefits. But just because we know this doesn’t necessarily mean we make enough time for it in our lives.
So do you feel happy with the level of activity and exercise in your life right now?
If the answer is yes – that’s great! Keep doing what you’re doing! And why not brainstorm new activities and exercise you’d like to try.
If the answer is no – let’s take some time to figure out what you’d like to do and how you can fit it into your schedule.
Two of my most favourite ways to exercise are both free, readily available and super easy. Every day I walk. And every day I practice yoga.
The walking requires some time, shoes on my feet and the willingness to step outside and get going. As I mentioned on day 10 (Get Outside) – walking helps me to clear my head, step away from a problem and come back with a solution or come up with new ideas. When I find myself rushing around and not taking time to walk I get more anxious and feel worse.
My yoga practice is usually at home. I have a yoga mat and I use Yoga with Adriene’s free yoga practices (available on YouTube). There are lots available for all different levels. If you’ve never tried yoga before and you’re keen to try I’d recommend Adriene’s “A Little Goes a Long Way” practice.
Yoga and Walking may not be for you…but if you’re not sure where to start they are both great for beginners and don’t require any fancy equipment or memberships (you don’t even need a yoga mat – you can use a towel).
In your notebook – come up with a list of activities and exercise you could try. Which one seems the most fun? And then give it a go!
Here are some ways to fit exercise into your daily life:
Get up a little earlier
Use your lunch breaks
Walk or cycle to places instead of using the car
Sign up to a class or walk/jog with a friend and spend time with them whilst exercising
Start small – 5 minutes here and there – and gradually build up.
Saturday 20th April – ROUTINES – Make Tomorrow Easier
Today’s theme is Routines and we are going to look at ways to make tomorrow easier…
“Do something today that your future self will thank you for.”
– Sean Patrick Flanery
I love this quote. I love the opportunity to make tomorrow easier. It’s good to find ways you can give future you a helping hand! Just in case tomorrow is a low-energy day. And if it’s not…you’ve still done yourself a favour and freed up some time for doing something more fun!
So what ways can we help out our future self and make tomorrow easier?
Meal plan – know what’s for dinner before you’re even hungry!
Pack your bags / lay out clothes for tomorrow before bed…it’s so much easier doing this at a leisurely pace rather than rushing around in the morning
Don’t let your car fuel go below a quarter of a tank…saves rushing when the empty tank warning comes up!
Write a to do list the day before…so you can get stuck straight in
Tidy your desk/workspace at the end of your day so it’s ready for the following day
Wash up and tidy the kitchen as you go so there’s less to do after you’ve eaten
Plan when you will take time for self care so you have something to look forward to
Keep an ongoing shopping list to add to as you find things running low (saves standing in the shop trying to remember what you need!)
Today’s activity is to pick one of these (or come up with another idea) to start incorporating into your daily plans to make life a little easier tomorrow.
I’d love for you to share any ideas you have. I am always looking for more ways to help out future me!
What songs make you want to sing and dance? Which songs uplift you and improve your mood and energy?
If you use a music app – create a playlist today and add more songs as you come across them. If you don’t use a music app you could make a list in your notebook instead.
Perhaps you could even choose 1 song to play whenever you need to have a 3 minute dance party!
Friday 12th April – HEALTH – Rest
Today’s theme is Health and today’s activity is all about Rest.
Do you sleep well? I don’t always…and when I’m not well-rested I am nowhere near as productive or inspired. Lack of rest, for me, leads to bad choices and bad moods!
Sometimes when we feel overwhelmed and unsure what to do next – rest can be the best option.
But, I understand, it’s not as easy as laying your head on a pillow and closing your eyes. Sometimes sleep can be elusive.
So how much sleep do you get? How much time do you allow yourself for resting? And what can you do to encourage more sleep and rest in your life?
Here are some ideas:
Make a commitment to have an early night (or more than 1!) Figure out how long you need to get ready for bed and set an alarm to allow yourself enough time to get into bed early.
Do you use screens in bed? If so, why not take a break. I’ve been charging my phone in a different room overnight and it’s made a big difference. You could also set an alarm to put your phone down for the night.
Create a ritual to let your body and mind know it’s time to wind-down. You could drink camomile tea, do some quiet yoga or meditate, do some journalling or take a bath. Find a pattern you can follow regularly to help you get ready to rest.
If you have any tips for better rest please do share them in the comments!
Saturday 13th April – ROUTINES – Evening Routine
Today’s theme is Routines and today’s activity is looking at your Evening Routine.
Last week we looked at Morning Routines. I want you to do something similar for your Evening Routine. You could answer the following questions in your notebook…or just have a think about them…
First of all – what does “evening” mean to you? (For me, it’s after dinner all the way through until bedtime.)
Now what do your evenings look like currently? Do you follow any kind of routine? What works well currently and what doesn’t?
How would your ideal evening look? What would you like to spend time doing?
Think about your energy levels at this time of day – are you a night owl or are you exhausted by this time of the day?
What would be the best way to finish out the day? (I like writing my daily gratitude and tucking into bed with a book to read).
Today’s theme is Self Care and today’s activity is to spend time on your own Self Care.
Last week we wrote a list of Self Care Ideas. You could choose to do one of those today. You could also add to your list.
For today and the next two Sunday’s I will share Self Care Ideas along a certain theme (creativity, pampering and connection). These may work for you. If not, come up with your own themes. I think it’s good to think of Self Care as a broad subject – all the things you can do to nurture yourself.
One of the ways I like to nurture myself is with creativity. I’ve always enjoyed crafts and making things and can happily spend time doing so.
Here are some ideas for Self Care activities around Creativity. Do any of these appeal to you or spark other ideas? If so, add them to your list!
Painting with watercolours
Playing with clay (air dry clay is easy to buy and use without lots of equipment)
Colouring books (buy yourself some good colouring pencils!)
Crocheting or knitting
Write letters to penpals
Create a scrapbook of your favourite memories
Write a poem or short story
Sewing, embroidery or cross-stitch
Make some cards
Create a collage from images that you like (a great use for old magazines)
Create a Pinterest board for a project you’d like to work on (e.g. home decor or garden design)
Enjoy taking time out for yourself today. And if you can’t fit it in to your schedule today – make an appointment with yourself now for another day!
Monday 15th April – HAPPY – 10 (or more) Happy Things
Today’s theme is Happy.
Over the duration of FTG30 I want you to create a list of things that make you happy.
Find last week’s list in your notebook.
Today I want you to add at least 10 Happy Things. We will do this once each week through the month and by the end of the month you will have a list of at least 40 things that make you happy.
(Note – if you can manage 25 items each week then you’ll have a list of 100 by the end of the month!)
Today’s theme is Routines and today’s activity is Morning Routines.
Let’s look at your Morning Routine…do you have one?
Write down in your notepad what your current morning routine looks like (if you don’t have a routine – write down what happens on a ‘typical’ day).
And now – the fun part! If you didn’t have any commitments in the morning – how would your DREAM morning look? Would you get more sleep? Exercise? Get up and write or read?
Go crazy and write down all the things that would help you start the day in the most positive way.
Now…how can you adopt just one of these things? For example – you might not be able to exercise for an hour each morning but could you do 10 minutes by getting up a little earlier? If you want to read more – why not keep a book beside your bed and read a chapter before you get up and get ready for your day.
If you have a planner/to do list – make sure to add your new Morning Routine activity to it so you remember. I like to set reminders in my phone to go off at a certain time.
Sunday 7th April – SELF CARE – Preparation & Planning for Self Care
Today’s theme is Self Care and today’s activity is Preparation and Planning for Self Care.
One day each week (I have suggested Sunday but choose whichever day works best for you) plan to spend an hour focusing on your Self Care.
Open up a new page in your Notebook and brainstorm what Self Care means to you.
Then come up with a list of at least 10 tangible things you can do for your own Self Care. Estimate how long each thing takes and note if any supplies or cost is involved. It may also be helpful to note where you need to be (at home, outside etc).
Try to come up with some free and easy suggestions as well as some that require more effort.
Today’s theme is Reflection and today’s activity is a fun one – I want you to imagine your ideal day.
Give yourself a moment to sit and daydream… • what does your perfect day look like? • where would you be? • who would you spend time with? • what things would you be doing?
Start at the beginning of the day…waking up, getting ready for your day, what would you wear and eat for breakfast? What would you spend your morning doing?
Into the afternoon…what are your surroundings like? How would you be spending your time?
And the evening – would you be tucked up cozy at home? Or out at a glam event? What time would you go to bed? What would your gratitude look like at the end of the day?
Let yourself daydream for a while…then set a timer for 5 minutes and write down as much as you can remember in your notebook.
I find this exercise so much fun.
And now…look back at what you’ve noted down and work out just one tiny little action you can take today towards your Ideal Day.
Did you wish for more rest? For more time with certain people in your life? Did you dream (like I often do) about spending your days writing?
Pick one aspect and figure out a baby step towards it.
I dedicate more time to writing these days. I spend more time on self care. And I make sure I get outside in nature more often…all of these things stem from daydreaming about my ideal day!
And if you’re keen to share – do let me know something about your ideal day…and what action you can do to work towards it.
Wednesday 10th April – ENVIRONMENT – Get Outside
Today’s theme is Environment and today’s activity is Get Outside!
I’m always amazed by the difference it can make to my day if I spend time outdoors. Sometimes the best thing we can do for taking a step back and giving ourselves some space is to change up our environment.
A walk outside is often the best way for me to clear my head, step away from a problem and come back with a solution or come up with new ideas.
Today I want you to spend a few minutes outside – go for a walk around the block or make a stop at a local park or open space. You could even hang out in your back garden.
Breathe in the fresh air and notice what’s happening around you. Can you hear birds singing? (Sometimes you have to listen really hard over traffic noise!) Can you spot some greenery? What’s happening in nature right now?
And keep this in mind for days when you feel overwhelmed or frustrated – take some time outside to clear your head.
Remember – there’s no such thing as bad weather – just the wrong clothes!
That’s FTG30 Days 6 to 10.
How are you finding it so far? Have you been able to join in? If not – why not pick just one from the 10 activity suggestions so far and try it today?
Today is FTG30 Day 1 and your task is to gather supplies and get ready for the next 30 days.
What you will need:
Notebook/paper – I’m a fan of A5 lined notebooks and you can usually pick these up inexpensively
Pen – find one you like to write with and keep it with your notebook ready to go
Your Diary/Calendar/Schedule – I want you to find 5-10 minutes each day. And schedule yourself a daily reminder to check the blog or Instagram and complete the activity.
Intentions – take a few moments to jot down what has attracted you to FTG30. How would you like to feel by the end of the month? What are you hoping to get out of your participation? And if you’d like to share these thoughts with me – please do so! You can email me at this link or private message me on Instagram.
Over the course of FTG30 we will be creating a list of things that make us happy and we will be recording gratitude daily (more on that tomorrow). You may want to mark out a few pages of your notebook for each of these activities so you can keep it all together. If you mark them with a bookmark or page marker it will be easy to find them when you need to.
Have a think about which day of the week would be best for spending a little longer on your activity. The Self Care prompts are scheduled each Sunday and I’d encourage you to take up to an hour (maybe more!). If Sunday doesn’t work for you which day will? You can always swap the days around to suit your own schedule.
That’s it – you’re ready to go!
Tuesday 2nd April -REFLECTION – Gratitude Practice
Today’s theme is Reflection and today’s activity is to build a Gratitude Practice.
During these 30 days I want you to commit to a gratitude practice. At the end of each day come up with at least 1 thing you’re grateful for (I like listing 3 to 5). Write it down with the date in your notebook. That way at the end of the month you can look over all the things you’re grateful for.
If you need a reminder – set one on your phone or leave a post-it on your bedside table saying “GRATITUDE!”
Wednesday 3rd April – ENVIRONMENT – Declutter
Today’s theme is Environment and today’s activity is Declutter.
I’ll take a guess that you either feel excited at the prospect of today’s activity…or you just groaned out loud!
Have a think about which areas of your home could do with a sort-out. Perhaps make a list in your notebook. And then take 5 mins to tackle one small area. I find that doing this often leads to more decluttering. But if you’re really not feeling it today stop after 5 minutes!
Some tips if you’re not sure how to get started:
Choose a small space like 1 shelf or 1 corner.
Work out what it’s purpose is…is it where you store stationery? Or photo albums for instance. (I wouldn’t start with a junk drawer!)
Remove everything from the space and give it a dust/clean.
Only put back the things that belong there.
Throw away (straight away) or add anything you don’t want anymore to a donation box
Put away anything that doesn’t belong in the correct space.
Today I am introducing FTG30 (Find the Good in 30 days). I’m very excited to share this new month-long series for the blog.
I will be sharing ideas for daily activities (posting to Instagram daily and the blog every few days). The activities are designed to work together to help you Find the Good and feel happier and healthier.
Each day of the week has a theme and each day I will be suggesting a small task or activity to help you find the good. By the end of the month I hope you will have a toolbox full of things to help you Find the Good Everyday. I am so excited to share what I’ve come up with and really hope you enjoy joining in!
Here’s a look at the themes for each day of the week
Monday – Happiness
Tuesday – Reflection
Wednesday – Environment
Thursday – Inspiration
Friday – Health
Saturday – Routines
Sunday – Self Care
Taking Part in FTG30
We are all busy and have lots of things grabbing our attention and taking time. I have created the daily activities for FTG30 to ensure you only need a few minutes most days (you can take longer if you wish). I am also suggesting you spend longer once per week (e.g. an hour each Sunday…or whatever day of the week suits you best).
There’s no cost involved. I am sharing the content with you for free and you shouldn’t need any expensive supplies to participate.
Are you going to join in with FTG30?
I really hope you will!
FTG30 was shared throughout April 2019 – if you’re finding it after that you are in luck…as all the information is available for you anytime you want to start!
Whenever you’re taking part – please feel free to leave a comment or drop me a line and let me know how it’s going.
And if you know anyone who may enjoy participating please do spread the word!
Below is a list of the daily prompts as well as a link to each FTG30 blog post.