​Challenge: Walk at least 30 minutes daily


​Why a walking challenge?

Walking is one of the best things you can do for your health. Yet about 40% of adults don’t do any serious walking at all. And that percentage is increasing as more and more adults spend their free time indoors connected to social media and the online world. Walking on a daily basis can have the following benefits:

  • Cut heart disease and stroke by 27%
  • Help prevent some chronic diseases, including Type 2 diabetes
  • ​Ease anxiety and improve your mood
  • Help you lose weight
  • Support your joints and improve muscle tone
  • Improve your mental clarity and creativity.

Walking is good for you!

Here’s what you get when you sign up for one of our Guided 30-Day Challenges

Receive a PDF-fillable 30-Day Workbook with space for you to add journal entries.
​Great Hikes around the World
Each day you’ll learn about an amazing trek from a different part of the world.
​Enhanced Mindfulness
You’ll be guided on ways to improve your sensory perception of your surroundings.
​Daily Emails
Get daily emails for 30 days with activities and inspiration.
​Supportive Community
Join our Private 30-Day Walking Challenge Facebook Group and share photos of your walks.
​Lifetime Access
Access the workbook and FB community any time you like.

What kind of walking should I expect?

​​Did you know there are different types of walking? There’s power walking, chi walking, nordic walking, pedometer walking, and interval walking, to name a few. Our goal is to walk 30 minutes each day and while you can walk at your own pace, I’ll throw in some different types of walks every now and then to keep you on your toes. One day you might go out for a brisk walk, and the next day will be a slow-paced meditative walk that encourages you to use all your senses.

​What treks are ​highlighted in the Challenge?

​In addition to a daily walking activities and encouragement, the Challenge highlights some of the greatest hikes in the world. Each day will introduce a new and exciting walking trail. Learn about hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, the Appalachian Trail, the magical Inca trail in Peru, the Cinque Terre National Park trails in Italy, and the trails leading to the ancient city of Petra in Jordan.

Appalachian Trail sign marking the distance to Clingmans Dome. At over 6,000 ft. Clingmans Dome is the highest point on the AT. Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee.

​​Is there another way to take the Challenge?

​​You can take the challenge independently by purchasing the  Kindle book​. However, you'll miss out on the PDF-fillable workbook/journal and the ​private Facebook community.

​FREE Resource

​Tips for Success guide

Download the Before you Begin guide