25 ELOs – Do Something!


You may have noticed this post and have been wondering what I am doing.  I am working with my Keys to College Success class in participating in the 32-Day Commitment.  My commitment is to reduce the tangible paper load in my personal and professional life.  Since I have just recently moved, I am starting with my home office. I was brave in sharing a picture of just one corner of my office.  I hang my head in shame, but know that the picture I take after 32 days will be a much different one.

We are inviting my Eng 101 and 102 students to join us.  To begin watch this video.  Then, create blog post and submit a link to your post in a comment to this writing – find a comment link below this post.

Create a post with the following information.  You can create and publish a post so that it is visible to all of us then edit your post to add your journal entries.

1.  Because I know that this commitment will keep me on course to my goals, I promise myself that every day for the next 32 days I will take the following action:

2.  Action Plan – Make a list of things you can do to meet your commitment each and every day.

3.  For each day of your commitment, write a minimum of 2-3 sentences regarding your progress. Record your success, your challenges, shifted goals and strategies, questions, thoughts and certainly, feelings. Number and date each entry. Feel free to read through my journal post for an idea of how this works.  There will be goods and not goods and that is perfectly fine. There will be a total of 32 entries. Your commitment begins tomorrow, April 9 and ends May 10 at midnight.



13 Responses

  1. Here is the link to my blog post. I accept your challenge!

    Jennifer Reynolds ENG 101

  2. I am accepting the challenge!!


  3. My 32 Day Challenge is to get in better shape.

  4. And eat healthier.

  5. I messed up on the first one. This is the real link here:

  6. Here is the link for my blog about my 32 day plan to reach my goal.

  7. This might be fun. Here is my 32 day Challenge; To love my job (again).


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