Amid the pandemic, people are suddenly faced with a lot of time ahead of them with less to do. As trips have gotten canceled and plans are pushed back, it may seem like there’s suddenly a vast emptiness encircling the days ahead. Not to worry, though! There are a lot of awesome things you can do in just 100 days that can be significant in your life. You can even do these things after things have gone back to relative normalcy, and it would still be a rewarding use of time.
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You can finish a short course that is related to any interest you have or knowledge you want to build up, and get certification for it, too. You can even finish a whole term for an online education college degree within that amount of time, with a few days to spare to enroll for some more credits. It is an excellent option for those who want to add bulk to their resume or expand their learning.
Though it has long been said that it takes 10,000 hours to become a master of a particular skill, recent insights lead to the revelation that it only takes 20 hours to be very proficient at a new skill. Naturally, you don’t need to hammer through this amount of time in succession. Even just spending half an hour every day can get you to have a decent grasp of any skill within only 40 days. With 100, you can become even better with your newly developed capability.
There are a ton of projects you can take on that don’t take up much time to finish. But if you’ve got yourself 100 days to hit a goal, why not go big? Build a shed, create your own jungle gym, try wood transfer art, and more. The choices are virtually limitless with this much time, and you don’t have to put in too many hours each day if you don’t opt for a highly intricate project.
Whether you have a lawn and a patch of ground to spare or you simply have pots and planters that you can fit into your apartment’s sill, you can create your own little farm and grow some sustainable edibles for yourself. That is a great way to spend your time on a relaxing new activity that yields beneficial results you can be proud of (and then subsequently eat).
If you put in 10 hours a day, you can achieve essential fluency of a difficult language within just 72 days, and with easier ones, it can be done in only 48 days. The rest of your days in the set goal you have can be relegated to rest days unless you want to go all out and do it every single day. A new language is fun to explore and expands your mind and the media you can consume.
So, if you’ve got 100 days, fret not. There’s a lot of awesome stuff you can do.