I’m super excited to be committing to doing the #100dayproject this year! I have a ton going on (my 7 month old keeps me insanely busy!) but I love the motivation to do something creative every single day for 100 days. I’m hoping by the end, it will be so much of a habit that I just keep going!
I’ve created a quick tracker to help you (and me– let’s be real, I made this for myself) keep track of your 100 days of projects. Download that below!
In thinking about what I wanted to do for the challenge, I thought about what would leave me feeling the BEST after the project was done.. and I decided that doing 100 days of Bible journaling would have me feeling pretty darn good at the end.
Some of my quick goals for the project are:
1) to have 100 “pages” of Bible journaling done at the end (I’m giving myself 100 days to do the 100 pages, without the rule that one has to be done every day. Some days I can do four. Some days I can do zero. I’m hoping it balances out. I’m also maintaining the rule that it doesn’t have to be in my Bible. It can be a page in my faith journal, etc.)
2) To USE UP what I have and buy MINIMAL (if any) new supplies. I’ve been going through my studio lately and organizing and purging and man, I have too much stuff. I need to use it up. And what a great project to do so!
3) The MAIN goal of this is to spend more time in the Word. If I don’t accomplish all 100 pages in 100 days but spend more time in the Word, THATS OK.
I’d love it if you would follow along with me– I’ll be sharing some here, but I’m going to be trying to share every day on my instagram, or through my hashtag #100dayprojectalliescrapsfaith (long, I know!)
Are you participating in the #100dayproject? What are you doing? Where are you sharing? Leave me links below so I can follow along with your journey!
Last year, I was inspired watching (and reading!) Elise Blaha Cripe’s 100 Pep Talks– which she turned into a book! For her thoughts (and Allie Lehman’s!) on the challenge, be sure to check out her podcast episodes from this year and last.
I’ve created a quick tracker to help you (and me– let’s be real, I made this for myself) keep track of your 100 days of projects in both Traveler’s Notebook page size, and half letter. Download that below!