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Week 3 of the 31 Days of Everyday Adventure challenge

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The challenge is now on-demand: 31 Days of Everyday Adventure email challenge.

We’re a two-thirds of the way through our Everyday Adventure challenge! This week has been a pretty interesting week, full of new things and things I haven’t done in a very long time.

A special shout out and thank you to my blogging partners on this challenge: Suz from McVagabonds, Lara Krupicka, and Randi from Life’s Simple Adventures. Their bios are on the challenge page (it’s not too late to join!), but you should check out their blogs as well. They’re all doing amazing things and are wonderful people to know!

Find out what we did this week!

“I think I can” – Little Engine that Could

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It’s funny to me that a fictional train in a children’s book written a while ago can be so inspiring today, but it is! My mom used to read this book to us and I still think about it now. I love the positive thinking and determination to reach the goal, even when it seems impossible.

Do any stories you heard as a child still inspire you?