Creating a 21-day challenge

23 days ago I created my version of a 21-day challenge. The first thing I did was look for a to-do list app. I tried a couple of different ones before I found the perfect app called Any.do.

This app has lists that you can create, tasks you’d like to complete, and it even syncs to your calendar.

For my challenge, I wanted to give up playing games on my phone and tablet and instead spend more time with God.

After downloading Any.do, I started creating the tasks I wanted to do for the next 21 days. Things like: read at least 1 chapter of a book, read 1 day of a Bible plan and write about what I learned, read Bible verses, and exercise.

Now if you’re like me, and you do better when you have a checklist to complete than Any.do is perfect for that.

For each task, I set a time to complete it; but that’s not the best part, the best part was I could set it daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly.

On the first day of the challenge, I got a pop-up notification with 4 options: dismiss, snooze, focus (which is a premium option), and complete.

So if you’re looking for an app that will remind you of stuff you need to do, then Any.do is the app for you.

Stay positive, stay safe, and spread the gospel.

The Lord is my strength and my song; he has given me victory. This is my God, and I will praise him—  my father’s God, and I will exalt him! – Exodus 15:2

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