Keep track of monthly challenges you set up or participate in with this free printable 30-day challenge calendar. Write down your challenges and check off the days you complete them. Reward yourself for a job well done!
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What is the 30-day challenge calendar?
We all love a good challenge. Often we need to do something for a certain amount of time.
30 days is about a month long, so it’s popular and plenty of time to tackle any task.I have you have a lot of choicessurely!
And whenever you set yourself a challenge, it’s worth writing it down and recording it.
That way, you can stay motivated and see your progress each day.
That’s where our printable 30-day challenge comes in!
How to use the challenge template
Quite simply, this tracker has the following features:
- A space for writing your own assignments at the top of the page
- Set aside space each day to write down specific things that the assignment requires (some people just do the same thing every day for 30 days, others do something specific, such as get something specific done, eat certain things, etc.). Some people do that.)
- Space next to day number to date – if you have a schedule.
- Check the box against each day so you can check them off as you progress through the challenge.
Once you’ve decided which challenge you want to do, print a copy, fill in the required details, and commit to completing the challenge within the next 30 days.
GET A COPY OF THE 30 DAY CHALLENGE CALENDAR
This free printable 30-day challenge calendar is yours today.
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Note: This template is available as a PDF template in both A4 and letter sizes.nevertheless 80gsm paper Sufficient for most daily use. We recommend printing on at least 100gsm paper for best results. 120gsm When displaying printable. You can also use colored paper for a more personalized style (I love using it) brown paper!).
30 day challenge ideas
#1 – Walk 10,000 steps a day – Walk to work, the store to run your errands. Getting off the bus/train one stop earlier, etc… – everything adds up.
#2 – Drink a Smoothie Every Morning – Try different flavors to get different nutrients
#3 – Use 0 – Be conscious of how much you don’t need to spend in your daily life
#4 – Cook All Your Meals – Get healthy, save cash and try new recipes. What’s not to love?!
#5 – Do a random act of kindness every day – Always a winner! Donate to charity, help a stranger, pay for someone else’s coffee at the store – finding opportunities is half the fun!
#6 – Talk daily with family friends –A great option to try if you spend months without a connection.
#7 – Tidy Up x 1 Day – I had to include this! I used to do a challenge to let go of 5 things a day with different themes (clothes, kitchen utensils, broken things, etc.).
Tips – Since it’s commonly believed that it takes this long to form a habit, many 30-day challenges can develop habits as well. That’s even more motivation to try it, isn’t it!
You now have your own free printable 30-day challenge calendar.
Grab your copy and challenge yourself today.