My favorite day challenge is Day 9 Challenge: Location Independence. The reason it is my favorite is because I was able to truly visualize where I want to be (even if that location changes in time). It helped me reassess my current state and the steps I need to take to get to my independent location. Before this challenge, I had envisioned my independent location but never went into depth of how it would be living and work-wise. I always had a general idea about it. But Day 9 Challenge pushed those obstacles and mind blocks out of the way. The biggest takeaway I’ve had from it is now I have a clearer picture of what once was just a blurry dream. It is crystal clear to me what I need to do. I am thankful this challenge was placed towards the end and not in the beginning. Had it been a challenge in the first few days, I would have been at a loss for words and feeling hopeless. Each day’s challenge was carefully orchestrated so that each day leading to the next flowed with such ease. The next step I am going to take is to continue this compounding effect of writing 1,000 words per day in order to reach the desired outcome I’ve been longing for.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 10