Over Christmas, I came across an article about a woman who challenged herself to take a photo a day.
She did this regardless of whether it was a ‘boring day’, ‘a bad day’ or a ‘remarkable day’. She simply set out to take a snapshot of each day regardless, because there is always something worth noticing.
After reading this, I felt inspired to do the same. Since moving to Australia, I’m a lot more aware of appreciating the smaller things but despite that, some days just seem to pass me by without a second thought. Therefore in order to help me be more present, I set my own photo a day challenge for the first two weeks of January 2020. You can see the results of this below.
So that’s it: my first two weeks of 2020 documented here online. Without having set myself this mini-project, the days probably would have passed me by. However, through doing this, I can see what an amazing start to the year it has been.
From the bigger moments like nights out and trips to the beach, to the smaller ones, like making a coffee I was happy with or having the time to take a walk in the sun- I’ve seen firsthand, that there’s always something to be thankful for.
I am a 20 something writer from Brighton, UK. Travelling is my passion and I love sharing my adventures here on Passport Please. I focus on 20 something travel guides and cafe reviews around the world.
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