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I’m taking the Challenge! (No Comfort Zone–2012)

Once a week this year, I plan to do something out of the ordinary and blog about it each week and put it in a new page in my Odds and End Thoughts blog called “Out of Comfort Zone”. It will likely be nothing earth shattering, but only something a bit different from my regular daily activities.

So often we get in a rut and do the same thing day after day until life gets to be somewhat of a bore.

We wake up to buzzing alarms; get out of bed; take care of hygiene issues; fix and eat breakfast; zip off to work; do that bit; come home all tired out and plop down in the easy chair (if you’re a guy) or go into the kitchen (if you’re a gal, for, as we all know, a woman’s work is never done); eat dinner; maybe even have a little bit of real conversation and/or time with the spouse and kids, if they’re lucky; watch TV; go to bed; and start all over again.

So, whether it’s only to take a different route home, listen to country music instead of rock and roll, read a book by a new author, work on a crossword puzzle, visit a new website, or whatever, I’ll be reporting on it.

Of course, I don’t really expect it will get a lot of hits because it’s more for me than for anything else. Yet, anyone is welcome to drop on by, read and leave messages, if you like.

I encourage anyone to click on the No Comfort Zone badge in the right-hand column or the link at the top of the page and do yourself a favor and get out of your Comfort Zone, if only for one instance one time a week.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Crowing Crone Joss
    Feb 11, 2012 @ 14:13:31

    Welcome to the challenge. We are all growing and having fun with this. You will too, I’m sure of it.
    walk in beauty.

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  2. MargeKatherine
    Feb 12, 2012 @ 09:12:17

    Welcome Cris!
    The fun thing about this challenge is finding a reason to take the ‘road not taken’, to taste a new food, to listen to new music and such. It’s a mini-academy on a weekly basis and it will indeed keep those brain cells popping!

    Marge

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  3. Crowing Crone Joss
    Feb 12, 2012 @ 09:21:31

    always trust Poirot – or David Suchet – as the case may be!!

    Reply

  4. The Alternate Economy
    Feb 27, 2012 @ 09:49:15

    This looks interesting and I will enjoy watching your progress.

    Reply

    • Cris
      Feb 27, 2012 @ 10:44:08

      The biggest part of my progress is actually writing everything down, like my latest photo project I’ve been meaning to do for a very long time. At least the initial photos have been taken. Now I just have to write it up—for both the Out of Comfort Zone and my photo blog. I haven’t quite decided how to do the photo blog yet.

      Reply

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