A 100 Day Calendar {Printable for Fresh Starts}






Picnik collage

Picnik collage


Picnik collage

So I just made up a little crazy 100 Days Calendar as a way for me to to visualize 100 Days and inspire dreams of:

Creativity — a project that’d be bliss to finish in 100 Days? Each day for 100 days, write it down… and after working on it — after even spending 10 minutes — check it off for that day!

New Habits — A morning routine? Times of prayer? Scripture Memorization? Playing games? Reading aloud each evening? Just pick one or two habits, and jot them down each of the 100 days Then smile over the accumulating check marks!

Health — as a way to encourage 100 days of healthy patterns … exercise/sleep/eating patterns. I chose one health habit and I write it down each day — writing it down beside the day’s number is my commitment to follow through for that day — and to make that check mark happen! I don’t want to break the string of 100 Days…

There’s only three spaces for scratching down 3 practices for each of the 100 Days. So as not to overwhelm with many new practices — and just get a few under our belt at a time?

There may be a myriad of ways to use a 100 Days Calendar, but perhaps just think of what you’d like your life to look like in 100 Days — see the art that you’ve made, the books that you’ve read, the habits that you’ve created, the ways that you’ve lived — and then everyday just jot down on the calendar, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3… and keep checking off in those little boxes every day!

And the unexpected but happy side-benefit of all this? When the children saw the 100 Days Calendar on my clipboard with my three daily practices written in and waiting for a string of little check marks? They all wanted their own 100 Days Calendar too! They each chose which 3 habits, or practices, they wanted to undertake for the first 100 Days — and have been enthusiastically checking off each day! Intrinsic motivation!

“Teach us, O Lord, to number our days, that we might have a heart of wisdom.” {~Ps. 90}