New Year’s Challenges

I’ve been participating in three challenges for the month of January:

The Health Challenge (sponsored by me!). We have a great little community of ladies who are encouraging each other, being honest, keeping each other accountable and are all working on improving health.

The Let’s Be Shop Free Challenge (sponsored by Carrie at A Lovely Little Wardrobe). I have been doing great with this. Except for the purchase of a skirt which I needed for work, I have not purchased any new clothing. It has also helped me curb spending in other categories as well.

The Photography Challenge (sponsored by Kellea of Eternal Crown). I got a little behind but yesterday I went out and took some pictures following the theme. Wanna see?

ant's view
Ant’s eye view
bird's POV
Bird’s eye view
first person POV
First person point-of-view
lines and texture in nature
Lines and texture in nature
lines in architecture
Lines and texture in architecture
shoot through bars 2
Shooting through bars and bird’s POV
shoot through bars
Shooting through a gate
shoot through gate
Shooting through a gate
shoot through nature 1
Shooting through nature
shoot through nature 2
Shooting through nature
shoot through nature 3
Shooting through nature Texture/lines
lines and texture 2
Texture/lines

Be kind. I am very much a novice but I’m learning so much!! What areas in your life are you working on?

 

About Sheila @ Making the Most of Every Day

I’m a wife, mom, and a homeschool teacher. I’m always behind on housework and paper pile sorting. I’m fond of this crazy life but not of melted cheese. I want to follow hard after God, making each day really count. I like to run, read, cook (and eat!). Thanks for joining along on my journey!

8 thoughts on “New Year’s Challenges

  1. This is a great posts. I think your photos are really good. I’m inspired! Although, I like the FB page I’m confused how to follow along and get the prompts. I need to learn this stuff for sure.

  2. Love seeing your pictures! I fell off the bus for the photos and after seeing yours, I want to get doing it again. I was all hung up on how do I share them and then tadaaaaaa, I love what you did here, I may just copy you!

    1. I hear you. But I think it’ll be good for you. Sort of like the joy dare, it forces you to find the pretty in the ordinary. Or how to crop the frap and capture the quality. Plus you’ll get outside and that’s ALWAYS good for you! Fresh air. Vitamin D. Go shoot!!

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