The 30 Day Mental Challenge

I’m doing the 30 Day Mental Challenge. The challenge comes from author and editor Mitch Horowitz. I’m quoting from the site:

“I dedicate myself on this day, January 1, to focus on all that is nourishing, advancing and promising for 30 days.”

“During this time, I resolve to impose definite restrictions on my thoughts. In thinking of the past, I will dwell only on its pleasing incidents. In thinking of the present, I will direct attention to its desirable elements. In thinking of the future, I will regard every worthy and possible ambition as within reach.”

To begin, a puppy. This is Ginger and she was the guest at a party I went to across the street. The world is better with puppies like Ginger in it.

Ginger

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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2 thoughts on “The 30 Day Mental Challenge

  1. I have a puppy named, Baby. Baby showed up in my carport. I didn’t realize how much I needed her till she was there. We have been together 5 and a half years. The world is a better place with the unconditional love provided by our fur babies.
    I am thinking of doing the 30-day challenge. How has your’s gone?

  2. It went well, it was worth doing, but it didn’t become a regular thing for me, I’m not sure why not.

    A puppy just showed up in your carport!! Lucky you!! I can’t imagine life without animals either.

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