31 Day Do Good Challenge: Day 30

30
Jan
2014

Do Good Challenge Loving the Bike

Just a couple days left in our 31 Day Do Good Challenge.  Whew, it’s been some month huh?  Well, the coolest thing about it is seeing all the good that has been created.  If you’d like to leave a personal message for Rob Greenfield you can do that in the comments section below.

Our Family used to say what we’re grateful for each day at the dinner table…but it’s a tradition that we’ve lost.  Seeing today’s task makes me realize we need to get that back…..and be grateful for more than just that one time a day.

 

Day 30:  Be grateful to be alive all day long. 

 

For more about Rob Greenfield be sure to follow him on Facebook.

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2 Responses to “ 31 Day Do Good Challenge: Day 30 ”

  1. Tasha Gray on January 30, 2014 at 11:06 pm

    I haven’t been commenting on a daily basis, but have been taking your challenges! There were a few times today I just wanted to be grumpy or down right angry, but then I remembered your challenge and found a new perspective on those situations.

    • Darryl is Loving the Bike on January 31, 2014 at 7:44 am

      Thanks for the update. I’m so happy to hear that it’s helped you this month. I hope you’ll continue on with these in the future and share the challenge with others you know.

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