One Act A Day: September, 2012

September 30, 2012: Go to church somewhere new.

September 29, 2012: Be brave and hang out with people you don’t know very well.

September 28, 2012: Build a fort.

September 27, 2012: Read a textbook for fun (no, I’m not crazy…)

September 26, 2012: Battle the Shame Monster!

September 25, 2012: Go out for lunch with a good friend.

September 24, 2012: Send a friend’s family a card in the mail.

September 23, 2012: Buy yourself a gift (remember, you need to show yourself love too!)

September 22, 2012: Take a Zumba class.

September 21, 2012: Listen to opera.

September 20, 2012: Eat spaghetti.

September 19, 2012: Listen to “The Prayer.”

September 18, 2012: Pretend to be Italian.

September 17, 2012: Paint your toe nails.

September 16, 2012: Stand up for your beliefs.

September 15, 2012: Have a much-needed girls’ night (or boys’ night, as the case may be).

September 14, 2012: Star-gaze.

September 13, 2012: Go roller skating (by this point, I have no idea what I have and have not written).

September 12, 2012: Play ‘The Sims’.

September 11, 2012: Pray for those involved with 9/11, even 11 years later.

September 10, 2012: Make a connection with someone you haven’t spoken with in a long time.

September 9, 2012: Give the person who’s leaving a big hug.

September 8, 2012: Practice patience.

September 7, 2012: Play with makeup (boys, if you don’t want to, you don’t have to do this one).

September 6, 2012: Go out salsa dancing (so fun!).

September 5, 2012: Teach someone one of your skills.

September 4, 2012: Learn how to drive.

September 3, 2012: Seek advice from a former advisor; we all need a second opinion.

September 2, 2012: Go visit your Great-Aunt.

September 1: Throw a party.

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One response to “One Act A Day: September, 2012

  1. How did this all turn out?! What did you love or hate about it the most? Seems interesting! I have been thinking up of a similar experiment I’d like to try!

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