30 Days of Awesome!


Its that time again! Time to get awesome! 

Whats this all about you ask? Well here it is straight from the official website 

30 days of awesome was started way back in 2009, when two girls, Jess and LB, set off on a summer adventure to show up any adventure before them: They planned to do awesome things every day for a whole month. From mini golf to mega drunk, they used their awesomeness to fight a war against heat and work and boredom. They won.
The following year, they invited two more girls to join their league, Nicole and Tawnya, who were up to the challenge and performed valiantly. Each girl with her own style and strength, they took on the challenge bravely and came our winners of awesome.
Last year four more were added to the mix: AmandaHeather, and Angeli, and Kait. And thus, the Awesome Crew was created.
The rules of 30 Days are simple enough to understand, but are quite an undertaking to follow. Each participant must not only do something totally AWESOME, but it must be different every day and must be blogged about. It’s not a contest, but a chance to look at life in a positive, fun, and awesome way.
We will face hardships and hangovers, lack motivation and inspiration. But in the end it will all pay off, because even though we may run our credit cards dry, being awesome is priceless.
So follow us girls on this blog and get inspired. Because really, you can be awesome this too!
A few years ago I did my first 30 days of awesome. It was so awesome! You can look back on it here! Follow along for all my upcoming awesomeness! Or join in!

Who wants to get awesome with me!?!?!

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“But it’s hard to stay mad when there’s so much beauty in the world. Sometimes I feel like I’m seeing it all at once and it’s too much. My heart fills up like a balloon that’s about to burst. And then I remember to relax, and stop trying to hold on to it, and then it flows through me like rain and I can’t feel anything but gratitude for every single moment of my stupid little life.” — American Beauty