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Walk Your Way to a More Joy Filled Life with the 100 Walks Challenge

Embrace the healing benefits of walking for mind, body, and spirit. Take the pledge to complete 100 mindful walks, empowering yourself to navigate and overcome the profound effects of loss while rediscovering the joy of movement.

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About the 100 Walks Challenge

Are you grappling with the weight of loss, feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and yearning for a sense of connection that seems elusive? You’re not alone in this journey, and there’s a way forward.

Step into a tailored transformational experience crafted for those navigating loss.  Discover the healing power of walking as you reconnect with yourself and the world around you.

This challenge is your invitation to embrace a renewed commitment to walking and set a meaningful, long-term goal. Take the first step today and embark on a path towards healing and growth.

In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.

– John Muir

How It Works

The 100 Walks Challenge is simple:

By committing to this intuitive walking practice, you’ll boost energy, reduce stress, gain clarity and reconnect with yourself and nature in profound ways.

What You Get When You Join

This support will empower you to stay committed to the challenge, walk more mindfully, and fully embrace the life-changing power of movement.

Guided Walks

You'll get 3 walking prompts to help explore the power of mindful walking.

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Gratitude With Every Step

Start with a simple walk. Release expectations and just allow yourself to experience what comes.
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Moments of Peace

Start with a simple walk. Release expectations and just allow yourself to experience what comes.
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In the Shelter of Trees

Start with a simple walk. Release expectations and just allow yourself to experience what comes.

Want More Support On Your Journey?

Take your walking practice to the next level with the 100 Walks Club. This supportive online community helps you stay motivated on your walking journey with tools to deepen your practice, challenges to inspire you, and celebrations of your accomplishments. Complete our foundational course on walking for wellbeing and start earning digital badges as you reach new milestones. When you reach 100 walks, we’ll even ship you a special embroidered badge to proudly display.

Challenge FAQs

How long does the challenge last?

As long as you need it to. The 100 Walks Challenge does not have any timeline. You set your own pace. You can do them in 3 days, 3 months or 3 years!

What is a walking prompt?

Think of a walking prompt as a tool you can use explore a theme that can help you work towards feeling or healing. Our walking prompts are designed to provide a topic or focus for the you to use on your walk. They encourage you to think, observe, or reflect on specific aspects of the walk’s theme.

Does the challenge cost anything?

No way! The challenge is absolutely free. I want to inspire as many people as possible to access the transformative power of walking.  If you are looking for more hands-on guidance and inspiration, you can join the 100 Walks Club for a small subscription price that helps me continue this work.

Where can I share photos and thoughts about my walks?

Share your photos and thoughts on social media using the hashtag #100walkschallenge   If you are a member of the 100 Walks Club sharing in our private Facebook group is a great way to connect with other challenge takers.

Do I get anything if I complete the challenge?

We’ve designed a special digital badge for everyone who completes the 100 Walks Challenge.  Once you’ve finished your walks, simply send us your info via the form in your challenge packet and we’ll email you your badge.  You can share it on social or simply keep it as a reminder of what you’ve accomplished.  If you join the 100 Walks circle, we’ll upgrade that badge from a digital badge to an embroidered badge!

Sign Up for the 100 Walks Challenge