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100 Happy Days & Gratitude: Day 11

I’m taking part in the 100 Happy Days Challenge as well as a 100 Days of Gratitude. I decided to combine them both!

100 Happy Days Challenge

This is my photo of the day for the 100 Happy Days challenge. You can find my photos on Instagram via following or the hashtag 100happydaysbsparx. Read my whys for doing the challenge.

Sitting down to eat my favourite lunch of fruit and salmon, then Nirvana begins playing on Spotify.

Sitting down to eat my favourite lunch of fruit and salmon, then Nirvana begins playing on Spotify.

100 Days of Gratitude Challenge

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100 Happy Days & Gratitude: Days 5-8

I am behind, what a surprise! I’m not behind in taking the photos, luckily, but I have been in sharing them. Guess what that means? Catch-up day! I’ve also been doing a 100 Days of Gratitude challenge on HabitRPG, which I kept having to restart, and I thought why not post that here as well? So it’s catch up day for that as well.

I’m taking part in the 100 Happy Days Challenge as well as a 100 Days of Gratitude Challenge. I decided to combine them both!

100 Happy Days Challenge

This is my photo of the day for the 100 Happy Days challenge. You can find my photos on Instagram via following or the hashtag 100happydaysbsparx. Read my whys for doing the challenge.

Day Five

The aftermath of a Jelly Belly Brunch. It began at 11am and went all day. We raised heaps and the total is now over $300!  I went into this not expecting to raise much, possibly $50 was pushing it, but people amaze me. It's not my lack of faith in humanity, but more of a social phobia and shyness issue. Still, amazing.

The aftermath of a Jelly Belly Brunch. It began at 11am and went all day. We raised heaps and the total is now over $300! This is my first time fundraising. I went into this not expecting to raise much, possibly $50 was pushing it, but people amaze me. It’s not my lack of faith in humanity, but more of a social phobia and shyness issue. Still, amazing.

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