Christmas Movie Challenge🎄


Where’s all my Christmas movie lovers?!

I love Christmas movies. There’s something comforting about them. I have my favorites that I watch every year without fail, but only in December because it just feels wrong to watch them the rest of the year.

December 21: Best Santa
What says lighthearted Christmas comedy more than mythical holiday figure homicide? Tim Allen is perfectly cast as an ordinary man who falls into gift-giving profession after Santa falls off his roof. Though reluctant at first, he masters the job the only way Allen knows how – with sarcasm and witty quips. Give it a watch today in your free time!

For tomorrow

December 22: Christmas Carol Variation
There are approximately 20 gazillion versions of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” What makes this one my favorite!? The Muppets, of course. Michael Caine, as the crotchety Ebenezer Scrooge, does some of his finest work along side Kermit and the rest of the gang.

Take today, watch a Christmas movie with your friends,family, or even by yourself. Get yourself in the Christmas spirit! So grab a box of popcorn, gather the family around the television, and get those streaming services paid through the year to make sure you do not miss a chance at enjoying any one of these movies. If you do not have any streaming services, or might not own any of these classic holiday films, you should not panic. There is a wonderful tool called the internet and it is not too difficult to find any one of these films somewhere to rent, buy, or stream. So get moving and start watching some holiday movies! 🎄🎅🏼

Happy Holidays from US to YOU :) Safety Tips!


Its almost that time!!! This busy month is extremely jolly and filled with joy, but we have some tips for you for this awesome holiday season.

Holiday theft – theft has tend to rise in the months of November and December because everyone is ordering presents, sending presents, and keep valuables around the house! The best thing to do is secure everything that you can. Lock up your cars, trucks, homes, and even sheds!

Leave your lights on – thieves don’t normally come around the houses with the lights on that seem to be occupied. Leave on the outside lights and night giving your home a well lit area, also leave on some of the lights inside the home to give the appearance someone is home even if you are not.

Cooking hazards – a fried turkey is sooo yummy for the holidays, but a fries house IS NOT! Make sure you read instructions for cooking your turkey safely and please, use the deep fryer outside of the house. Keep children and animals away from hot plates/ovens/etc.

Decoration hazards – speaking of fires!!! Christmas tree fires can be a horrible situation for what is normally such a piece of happiness, if you have a live tree – WATER WATER WATER! Make sure your tree has water everyday as well as ensuring that any lights you use are checked for breaks or exposed wires.

Creative disposal – Dispose of your present boxes creatively; placing that 60′ tv box outside on trash can day after Christmas is asking for trouble. Try and break down your boxes and other packaging as to not give away the wonderful gifts that may be lying around your home.

Social media – In todays world, its important to be very careful about what you share on social media. Be careful about what you post and if you do decide to share about your gifts, or if you are away on vacation.

Whos at the door? – Criminals can try and scope your home posing as a delivery person or someone looking for charitable donations; be cautious. This happened to a friend of mine who tried to break in two days later!!!!


We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday and a safe one too!!!


Don’t Stress. Just Progress; Finals Week


Have Something to Look Forward to!!!!!
It can be easy to feel like you’re drowning in finals stress when there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. To avoid this phenomenon I like to plan something fun, like a trip or concert, that I can look forward to throughout the finals season or even going to dinner with my girlfriends one night a week. Having that event in mind makes me feel like I’m working towards something, and gives me a reason to smile and push through when I feel like finals will never end 🙂

Healthy & Regular Meals
Your body, skin, and mind will thank you for this one! Eat healthy, exercise daily, and sleep sleep sleep!! Eating healthy and cutting out the junk food will leave your mind and your body energized through out your long study days. Plus, when you’re living off of junk food and Chinese takeout your body isn’t functioning at its optimal level … meaning your study sessions are likely less efficient than they could be. I also find the simple routine of going for a quick walk or run helps me when a need to take a break.

Schedule, Schedule, Schedule
I cannot emphasize how much time management helps ease stress!!! If you’re a procrastinator like me, having a schedule ensures that you don’t leave studying until the last minute. It also lets you figure out when you have time for other things you need to get done, like laundry, cleaning, meeting with friends, and going to the gym.


Take Breaks
Once you’ve figured out a study schedule, make sure you take time to take breaks– and I don’t just mean 10-minute intervals. Finals season is extremely difficult with a heavy workload, managing your time as well as your break time helps a lot. Furthermore, having those breaks added into your schedule not only helps you avoid stress naturally by allowing your body to relax and recharge, but it also gives you something to look forward to during the week.

Don’t Cut Social Ties
Friends and family understand your busy and overwhelmed with work but that doesn’t mean you cant find time to hangout with them. When you’re stressed because you feel like you don’t understand something it can help to reach out to your study group, or a friend from class. On the opposite spectrum, however, when you’re just feeling generally overwhelmed it can be beneficial to talk to a friend or family member outside of school to get you through it!


Were challenging you to follow these five tips from us on how to survive through finals week. Just remember, you can do it. Don’t stress, just progress!!

Pay It Forward Challenge

One person cannot make enough of a difference to completely change the world, but if everyone made a difference for one person, the world would change.

We’re challenging you to pay it forward, brighten someones day, make a difference.

Donate items to your local animal shelter or food bank, maybe even pay it forward and pay for someones coffee!

It feels good to make a difference in the world, even if it is something small. Have you ever wondered if anything you do or have done will be remembered? I do all the time and I think the idea of paying it forward could be something that changes someone’s life for the better. Even if everyone doesn’t remember you, the person you help does! I don’t know what will happen or even if it will be passed on to more than just a handful of people, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from trying. If you had an idea of how to change the world in a small way, would you try it? Well, here’s a chance! Try paying it forward! Feel good about giving back and doing something kind for the world.



Get Fit For Christmas Challenge


Exercise: 20 minutes every single day

Food: No desserts, no fried food, no alcohol (with one cheat day a week), 64 oz water a day!

Wellness: Meditate, pray, journal, get sleep!

Before declaring this challenge its important for you to figure out WHY you’re doing it. Do you want to get in better shape? Lose weight for the holidays? Or even just to strive to get a little more energy to your days?

Challenge yourself, when it gets tough and you don’t feel like finishing just remind yourself why you want to do this challenge, it will help you stick with it and keep pushing forward.

Get out there and move your body, work up a sweat! You will be feeling so much better incorporating just 20 minutes of exercise in your day and eating well. Prepare yourself for that Christmas dinner!

We’re challenging you to find your why and get on board. December 1st is coming up in a couple of days and this challenge will help you lose weight, get toned, feel healthy and have more energy!

Check on our Instagram for fit challenges. @dailychalleng3


Nov 27th- List two places you go to feel calm. Take 30 minutes to yourself today.

What are your favorite to places to go where you can feel calm and relaxed when life is stressful? It doesn’t have to be a fancy spa or a special vacation spot. It could be the museum, a church, or even your backyard!

Sometimes when we feel stressed its best to get a change of scenery and sit back and take a deep breath, it can go a long way. If that scenery is serene and beautiful, that makes it even better! This reflects off of our post about nature, getting out in nature is something wonderful and we highly recommend taking a moment out of your day. Relax for 30 minutes today in a special spot or a certain place you feel comfortable.

Its clear that tranquil spaces are good for your health. In todays society there are more trucks, cars, and motorcycles on the roads than ever before. This is why we recommend maybe taking a trip to a park, or somewhere away from all of the noise, pollution and litter.

Enjoy our pictures of our favorite places to go when we feel calm.

We enjoy the beach, playing basketball at our local gym, taking nature walks, and being by the ocean!!

Where are your favorite two places??

Check out our Instagram for our friends favorite places! @DailyChalleng3


Nov 20th – Enjoy Nature

We are challenging you to get out there and take today to put your cell phone down, put your laptop away, and set your work aside. Its coming to be obvious that the more high tech our society gets, the less we become attached to the wildlife and nature that is out there. We suffer somewhat a withdraw from nature because our daily lives are too embodied with social media, or work. Yes work is important, but if its a nice day outside, why not take a trip to the park and do your work outside? Nature can really heal a person, spending more time outdoors nurtures our “nature neurons” and our natural creativity. Nature can reduce depression and improve psychological wellbeing, joggers who exercise in a natural green setting feel more restored and less anxious, angry, or depressed than people who burn the same amount of calories jogging in a built urban setting!!

New ways are emerging to make that bond, such as family nature clubs, through which multiple families go hiking, gardening or engage in other outdoor activities together. Take the time to think about something fun to do outdoors, bring your family and your friends, plan a trip!

What is your favorite part of nature? Favorite animal or favorite place??!

Share with us!


The left picture is taken at Wharton State Forest in Hammonton, NJ.

The right picture was taken in Skagway, Alaska! The only way to get to this specific place for a salmon bake I enjoyed, was to fly in and out by plane! The employees there only go into the town once or twice a month; talk about connecting with nature!!

Daves Dance Challenge!!

Our challenge to you – get out there and dance!!!

Whether you’re out at a party, in your room, or just with your friends! Dancing is a great form of exercise, it can be a fun way to get your mind off stressful things and it can even build confidence. As much as we all love to dance when there’s nobody watching, there’s something irresistible about dancing with other people. Anyone can just start to dance and enjoy the experience. Nervous about dancing in front of people? Start out in your own living room, moving to a song you just can’t resist. There’s a dancer in all of us! When we move our body to the music we naturally smile and want to keep moving, who cares where you are!

We challenge you! (:

Check out our Instagram @DailyChalleng3 to see our friend Dave living it up at the Rutgers football game!