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April 21 (55 of 90 days) - Wednesday
I worked for 2h29m on the course.
I spent 21 minutes on my home bike.

April 22 (56 of 90 days) - Thursday
I worked 3h31m on the course.

I watched the videos of the classes for 24 minutes

April 23 (57 of 90 days) - Friday
I worked 2h3m on the course.

I watched the videos of the classes for 1h15 minutes

April 24 (58 of 90 days) - Saturday
I worked 3h38m on the course.


April 25 (59 of 90 days) - Sunday

I worked 5h17m on the course.

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April 26 (60 of 90 days) - Monday
I worked for 1h35m on the course and...

  • FINALLY, I SUBMITTED MY FIRST PROJECT! 

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I started to work on projet 2 for 2h18

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Yayyayayayay!

Congrats on that! I know it has been a rocky road so far, but you made it this far 🙂 Super happy for you!

Po

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April 27 (61 of 90 days) - Tuesday

I worked for 1h56m on Project 2

 

April 28 (62 of 90 days) - Wednesday

I worked for 42minutes on Project 3

 

April 29 (63 of 90 days) - Thursday

I worked for 1h3m on Project 3.

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April 30 (64 of 90 days) - Friday

Procrastination Day. 

 

May 1 (65 of 90 days) - Saturday

I worked for 49m on Project 3
I spent 10 minutes on my home bike


May 2 (66 of 90 days) - Sunday

I worked for 1h22m on Project 2


May 3 (67 of 90 days) - Monday

Procrastination Day.


May 4 (68 of 90 days) - Tuesday

Procrastination Day
However, I still watched a video(masterclass)on youtube about Linkedin.

 

May 5 (69 of 90 days) - Wednesday

I worked for 1h21m on Project 2

 

May 6 (70 of 90 days) - Thursday

I worked for 5h22m on Project 2

 

May 7 (71 of 90 days) - Friday

I worked for 2h25m on Project 2

I made a new payment to continue with the course. I know that this course will help me to change my life. I have to continue to focus.

 

May 8 (72 of 90 days) - Saturday

I worked for 42m on Project 2

 

May 9 (73 of 90 days) - Sunday

I worked for 26m on Project 2

 

May 10 (74 of 90 days) - Monday

I worked for 7h37m on Project 2
 

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do you think that it is possible for you to do something/anything to turn "procrastination days" into "procrastination hours"?

Often, rhetoric can heavily impact your ability to think and act; by seeing a whole day as "procrastination", I would certainly feel like that once I began procrastinating, it is impossible to stop. Actually, two summers ago, I was at some of the lowest points with my gaming addiction, and sometimes would call not just a day, but a whole week a "procrastination" week. The problem was that I would label the week that way when it was far from over; yet, because I would already label it this way, it was "okay" to procrastinate for the rest of the week.

I hope that this example from my own life gives you a better understanding of my thinking,

Po

 

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May 11 (75 of 90 days) - Tuesday

I worked for just 12 minutes on Project 2
 

May 12 (76 of 90 days) - Wednesday

Procrastination Day.

 

May 13 (77 of 90 days) - Thursday

I worked for 54m on Project 2

 

May 14 (78 of 90 days) - Friday

I worked for 4h42m on Project 2

 

May 15 (79 of 90 days) - Saturday

Procrastination Day

However, I read a pdf about career and jobs in digital Marketing.

 

May 16 (80 of 90 days) - Sunday

Procrastination Day

 

May 17 (81 of 90 days) - Monday

I worked for 48m on Project 2

 

May 18 (82 of 90 days) - Tuesday

Procrastination Day
 

May 19 (83 of 90 days) - Wednesday

I worked for 53m on Project 2

 

May 20 (84 of 90 days) - Thursday

I worked for 2h53m on Project 2

 

May 21 (85 of 90 days) - Friday

I worked for 35m on Project 2

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May 22 (86 of 90 days) - Saturday


I worked for 1h52m on Project 2.


May 23 (87 of 90 days) - Sunday


I worked 2h7m on Project 2.


May 24 (88 of 90 days) - Monday


Procrastination Day


May 25 (89 of 90 days) - Tuesday


I worked 1h19m on Project 2.


May 26 (90 of 90 days) - Wednesday

 

I worked 3h28m on Project 2.

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Insights My 90DayChallenge

 

Wow. I can't believe it's been 90 days since I posted here on the forum. It feels like yesterday, yet three months have passed.

 

I have good and bad news.

 

In this challenge I said I would:

1) - Focus only on successfully completing my course

2) - Eat Healthily

3) - Exercise at least 10 min a day

4) - Digital Detox

a) on youtube

b) On the phone

c) No browsing randomly on the internet

d) No Podcasts

 e) No thinking about gaming

 

 

The Bad News

Completion of the course in 90 days: Mission Failed

I was only able to complete one out of nine projects in 3 months. Now, I need to sacrifice the summer to complete the course.  

I feel sorry and I can't believe I made this stupid mistake again. But it's better to accept and try to do my best from now on.

 

The Good News

I can't be too sad about myself, because the truth is I was facing a very big problem of stagnation.

Yes, I haven't completed the course in 90 days, but I started and I did not give up.

 

  • I regained my ability to focus
  • I'm more productive
  • I have more energy
  • I'm more disciplined
  • I FINALLY beat my addiction of laying in bed watching youtube videos and procrastinating all day long

 

I want to start a new challenge, but first of all, I need to give a special thanks to the user @Pochatok of this forum. This user gave me a lot of strength and positive energy. @Pochatok helped me in an incredible way that I will never forget despite being a stranger I met on the internet. It's because of this user, that I know I can't stop writing, despite my numerous doubts about my talents. Yes, good people still exist. 

 

I think that during this challenge, I gained clarity about my life and career and I learned that having a mission/purpose is crucial for a great life. I can firmly state that I want to become a digital marketer and that I'm willing to do everything at my disposal to make this goal happen. 

I'm not going to try to make it happen, I'm going to make it happen, no matter what. There's a big difference between trying something and doing something. 

 

I want to start a new 90-day challenge without repeating the same past mistakes. I guess the first big lesson is obvious: I should focus on one thing or two and I should also be more specific with my goals.

 

So for this new challenge, I want to:

- Focus at least 2 hours a day on the course 

- Exercise at least 10 min a day

Rules: 

Limit of 3 Procrastination Days 

Limit of 6 Days with less than 2 hours 

 

My90DayChallenge Mission 2 starts today 11/06/2021

 

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Yes, good people still exist. 

Thank you so much for mentioning me! I'm so happy I can make a difference in your life 🙂 However, i am definitely not the only good person you could be talking to. Though it is difficult to be able to find like-minded, supportive people (both online and in real life), I do encourage you to try to connect more! 

 


There's a big difference between trying something and doing something. 

Oh I second this so much! Ever since I stopped saying "I will try to do __" and instead go with the "do", I have felt so much more confident and determined in my every activity. Just found a good article on this: https://medium.com/@ImprovRefinery/there-is-no-try-2396c275e407 


Limit of 3 Procrastination Days 

Hmmm! I remember doing something similar, and it got out of hand- simply allowing myself to fail or to fall behind would be setting me up for additional failure. In my situation, "allowing" myself to procrastinate would be my addiction's defensive mechanism: it would help me feel less bad about doing the things I do not enjoy (however, I still would regret procrastinating in the long run, even if it would be "allowed"). Instead, making the goal of not procrastinating at all helped me get over it, as it would remind me that it is never "okay" to spend my time this way, because [reasons].

However, that's just my situation! It all depends on how you define procrastination, and how well you are able to discipline and control yourself. Proper rest is always good 🙂

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