The 2017 social media challenge has ended. Try this reflection challenge instead…

What is the #100in100 journalling challenge?

Reflect in your journal each day for 100 days and donate $100 to charity.


It’s a personal challenge. The 100 days will start when you register below.


Remembering to stop, make time and reflect on your life isn’t easy, but it’s a powerful tool for personal growth and shaping your future for the better.

This challenge provides community, accountability and reminders to motivate you to form a habit and do a lot of powerful critical thinking for yourself.

Why donate?

The donation means you’re invested and will see it through, it’s also just a really worthwhile cause to support.

You can reflect and journal without donating, really it’s about what you want to support and what you can afford.

How? It’s easy as 1… 2… 3…

Step 1—Register your email address below to participate and receive daily reminders

Step 2—Donate to a worthy cause

Step 3—Reflect daily in your journal for 100 days

Step 1: Register and receive daily reminders

Register here to receive a nudge daily, and to hear about updates on the campaign.

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Step 2: Donate to a worthy cause

Pick one from below, suggested donation $100 (but anything you can afford is appreciated).

All funds are collected directly by B1G1 who disperse 100% of donations to your nominated charity.

Step 3: Reflect in your journal each day

Starting tomorrow, reflect on your day and add your thoughts to your journal.

If you don’t have a journal there are plenty of good app/software options available these days.

Tips. Think about:

  • What’s something really good that happened today/yesterday?
  • What’s something that could have gone better?
  • What will you try differently next time?
  • What’s something your grateful for? (can be small, large, a person, something about you)

You’ll be amazed how many insights you’ll have and how good you’ll feel if you make this a daily habit!

Optionally: Engage with others participating and spread the word

Post your updates on your socials using #100in100

Support and encourage your fellow challengers. Check out the feed of #100in100 posts daily, or swing by when you have time.

Like what you like, share what you think others will value, comment when you have something to say.


Know someone who needs some support in doing more reflection? Or who loves supporting a good cause?

Send them over here and get them to sign up.

Frequently asked questions

Tell me why again?

To challenge ourselves to reflect more, do more critical thinking and to raise money for a worthy cause.

How to be involved?

Register here, optional donation (suggested $100). Reflect and journal daily.

What if I miss a day?

That’s ok. Keep going. Don’t beat yourself up about it.

Where does the money go?

All donations will go directly to the charity B1G1 to help support the education and health of children in disadvantaged areas globally. 100% of donations are passed on by B1G1 to the nominated causes.

Why those charities?

We feel supporting the education of children in less-privileged countries to be a worthy cause. Education can be such a lever for them to help them get a step up towards a brighter future.

If you would rather donate elsewhere, that’s cool, do it! Then drop us a line and let us know, we’d love to hear what you’re supporting.

What do I get for participating?

  • A community and/or reminders to keep you accountable.
  • 100 journal entries (small or large) for nostalgia or to prompt further analysis for trends/patterns.
  • The knowledge that you’re supporting a fantastic cause.
  • The satisfaction and excitement of participating in a movement that’s bigger than any one of us alone.

I don’t know what to post?

It doesn’t have to be hard. It can be as simple as a quote, or an observation. A poem. A summary of what you did today (or yesterday if you reflect in the morning).

If you crave more structure, look at the tips above.

Look, I’m more of a social media person than a reflector

If you’re less into journaling and more into your socials, check out the social media challenge.