I tried the 30 in 30 last January. Going into it, I was a bit worried that I would run out of subjects to paint....but I found it was really easy to set up a little still life from stuff gathered around the house..spools of thread, toast and jam, flowers, toothbrush caddy by the sink (okay, I cheated there and took a photo to work from), eggs on a plate, fruit, a tube of hand cream, artist brushes in a container and so on. I did use photos for about 5 paintings in all, so the 30 did include a few landscapes. I worked in small sizes, from 3" x 5" up to 8" x 8". I worked a minimum of an hour on each piece and the longest was about 2 - 2 1/2 hours. I finished most in one shot. When a busy day loomed, on a couple of occasions I painted 2 in one day (I was posting them daily to my blog / facebook and wanted to keep up the rhythm). It was a great experience and I highly recommend it. You will see a lot of growth in your work. I kept a journal in which I commented on different aspects of each piece, problems I had, questions and so on. I confess that I am now retired so I do have the luxury of time, but for anyone, it is an amazing motivator, especially if you post daily...a big incentive! It was also very gratifying to hear people's feedback...so encouraging! I chose January because it seemed like a good way to focus and pick up my spirits in what is a very cold and dark time of year where I live, with not too much going on. You will not regret this whenever you start ...best of luck to you!