Miles for Knowledge Challenge (French Edition) ;P
Organized by: Help Alexandra Almanzar Sail her Dreams
All ready for take off!
July 01, 2016
EVENT DATE Jul 01, 2016
The Miles for Knowledge Challenge (French Edition) officially begins July 1st, 2016!!!
To show how serious I am about this challenge here are my guidelines:
1. The Miles for Knowledge Challenge's biking aspect of the game will happen every week from Monday-Friday.
2. Each day I will post my milage taking a picture from the STRAVA app and posting in here (I am not endorsing this app, but it is a good tool for measuring progress and its services are free, for the most part).
3. I will also be using several books to study French from scratch but, will use them one at a time. I will post a picture of the book I will use and the exercises I have completed each day I study. I will stick to each book until I complete it and then move on to the next, that way I am not overwhelmed.
4. Every Saturday I will watch a movie in French and do one crossword in French.
5. On Sundays I will post a summary of the movie I watched written in French (to the best of my ability), so that you guys can see if my language skill improves and so that I put the language to practice.
The Miles for Knowledge challenge is an incentive idea I came up with to take care of my intellectual growth and physical well being. It will run for as long as I am physically able to do it, and hopefully for as a long as it meets my intended goals for it.
The picture in this post if from 6/17/2016 and it is the most recent picture of me. I am currently 235 pounds and being a 23 year old woman who is also 5'7" in height, I know I am not healthy. Because the physical work is an important component of this game, I will also post my physical progress here every Monday on the Miles for Knowledge blog created for this challenge.
The Physical Progress report will include:
1. Weight in pounds
2. Arms/thighs/waist measures (done to the best of my ability)
Stay tune... 0.o
Mini Progress updates will be posted here, and in detail at the blog Miles for Knowledge.