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September is Self-Improvement Month

Self Improvement Month reminds us that we all need to improve. It’s an opportunity for us to assess how satisfied we are with ourselves and to take the necessary steps to become who we aspire to be.

The editorial team at Indeed came up with “20 Project Ideas for Self-Improvement,” and we offer some suggestions about how you might get started.

  1. Play the stock market – Check out Motley Fool’s “Guide to Investing for Beginner’s.”
  2. Volunteer in your community – There are plenty of opportunities at the Volunteer Center of Brown County.
  3. Identify long-term goals and make a plan.
  4. Build an app.
  5. Join community theater or speech club – Our Marinette campus offers vibrant adult and children’s theatre.
  6. Start a journal – Amazon curates their best-selling journals here.
  7. Design a website – You won’t believe what you’re capable of with web creation portals like Wix and Squarespace.
  8. Meditate – UW-Madison’s Center for Healthy Minds offers a free app that tracks your mental healthy journey.
  9. Take a continuing education course – Our “Career” page is a good place to start.
  10. Listen to podcasts – Lifewire profiles 16 of their favorites here.
  11. Read books – Try James Clear’s Atomic Habits, a New York Times best-seller, which has sold over a $1 million copies worldwide. He also offers free articles if you sign-up for his newsletter.
  12. Exercise regularly – Prevention Magazine offers “25 Easy Ways to Fit in 10 Minutes of Exercise.”
  13. Use your mornings.
  14. Learn to cook – The inimitable Gorden Ramsay has created a tutorial “How to Master 5 Basic Cooking Skills.”
  15. Write every day.
  16. Take a walk.
  17. Make a garden.
  18. Start a collection – Good Housekeeping has put together “The Ultimate Guide to Gardening for Beginners” for vegetables and flowers.
  19. Build your brand.
  20. Make a bucket list – Create, track and achieve your life goals at buckletlist.org.

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