Hey guys, I contracted some nasty flu lately, it turned into a sinusitis which brought episodes of brain fog and loss of smell/taste. I think that next week I will have mostly recovered from this, I'm feeling 70% better. And with that winter is almost over, it's a good time to talk about setting up a new challenge. In the name of fun and games, I'd like to perform micro-challenges for a month that will raise my heart rate, make me feel a tad uncomfortable, and throw me into unusual situations. Here's a couple of them that I have in mind right now: - Do 40 minutes of tai chi in china town on my own(bonus points, wearing a kung fu dress). - Do 50 burpies in a random public space(at a subway station for example). - Interview 20 strangers in the city on a made-up survey of my choice(10 male, 10 female)*. - Participate in an improv class. - Draw a 'free hugs' sign and use it for 20 minutes anywhere crowded. - Attend a meetup I have zero understanding of or that I deem to be strange. - Be Rocky Balboa for a day(2 hour jog to work, 45 minutes of rope skipping at noon, 1 hour of jogging to the boxing club, 2 hours of boxing and finishing with a one hour jog home). - Smile and keep natural eye contact in public transit and when walking outside for 30 consecutive days. - One hour of game, every saturday. If you guys have other ideas feel free to put them here. I would start in May or Mid-may when the weather gets mild. I would either tape myself or take pictures of the results. I'll select items and build a schedule around them to commit to a roadmap.