With term starting tomorrow I’ve decided to take another hit at #100happydays. For anyone that doesn’t know, the #100happydays challenge aims to make people take more notice of the things that make them happy in their lives. When this challenge was launched 71% of people failed stating lack of time for their reason, I was one of those people. Well, lack of time and just forgetting to do it. I found my pictures to be repetitive and fairly mundane. This time around I am intending to make more of an effort.
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What I’d like though is for more people to join me, 100 days from now takes us right up to the end of term, seems a perfect time to do it doesn’t it? As for many of us we’re on the home run to the end of the NQT year (and the point where I may need to reword my blog tag I realise!) I thought this would be a great way to do it. I’ll try and keep track of them through the #happyNQT100 and retweet them.
Obviously the more the merrier, this is open to anyone and everyone so let me know if you’re taking part – NQT or otherwise.
You can register that you’re taking part at www.100happydays.com but you don’t have to.