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My 101 things in 1001 Days

Posted Nov 22 2008 9:33pm
I go this crazy idea from another blog that I follow, penguins and lady bugs (you gotta love a name like that!). The original idea came from Day Zero. The basic idea is to pick 101 things that I want to do within 1001 days. I could do this although I ended up with 103 things and it would be fun to keep track of with the children. So here's the rules and my list. Why don't you join me? I'd love to see your list too. Michael & Leslie are going to do it with me ! Woohoo!



Creating your own 1001 Day Project



The Mission:

Complete 101 preset tasks in a period of 1001 days.



The Criteria:

Tasks must be specific ( ie. no ambiguity in the wording) with a result that is either measurable or clearly defined. Tasks must also be realistic and stretching ( ie. represent some amount of work on my part).



Why 1001 Days?

Many people have created lists in the past - frequently simple goals such as New Year's resolutions. The key to beating procrastination is to set a deadline that is realistic. 1001 Days (about 2.75 years) is a better period of time than a year, because it allows you several seasons to complete the tasks, which is better for organising and timing some tasks such as overseas trips or outdoor activities.

Some common goal setting tips:

1. Be decisive. Know exactly what you want, why you want it, and how you plan to achieve it.

2. Stay Focused. Any goal requires sustained focus from beginning to end. Constantly evaluate your progress.

3. Welcome Failure. Frequently, very little is learned from a venture that did not experience failure in some form. Failure presents the opportunity to learn and makes the success more worthy.

4. Write down your goals. It clarifies your thinking and reinforces your commitment.

5. Keep your goals in sight. Review them frequently, and ensure that they are always at the forefront of your thinking.



My list of 101 things (items in progress are in green & completed are in orange )



Start: 11/23/08

Ends: 8/21/11



1. Reach 1st goal weight

2. Reach 2 nd goal weight

3. Reach 3rd goal weight

4. Reach final goal weight

5. Blog every day for 30 days (0/30)

6. Get a cleaning plan in place

7. Follow cleaning plan for 30 days in a row (0/30)

8. Do one business activity every day (0/1001)

9. Take 365 Challenge (0/365)

10. Take a pic & blog about every task completed

11. Stock Logan's pantry with 3 months food

12. Stock Logan's freezer (mixes, free range meat, grab n go meals)

13. Make menu plan for Logan every 3 months (0/11)

14. Tweak budget until it works

15. Do menu plan for us every 3 months (0/11)

16. Stock our pantry

17. Stock our freezer

18.Pay off truck (0/12,458)

19. Get debt free

20.Save down payment for a house (20%)

21. Finish dental work

22. Catch up on scrapbooks (Logan, Madison, family, Christmas, Tiger, wedding, vacations, Michael, me)

23. Go camping 5 xs in 5 new places (0/5)

24. Letterbox in 10 states (0/10)

25. Frame 1 thing every every 3 months (0/11)

26. Re do Logan's room

27. Re do Madison's room

28. Re do our room

29. Plant a garden

30. Meet one online friend IRL

31. Take kids on a Disney cruise

32. Attend a Nascar race

33. Attend a Red Sox vs. Yankees game @ Fenway Park

34. See the Patriots play @ Gillette Stadium

35. Institute Family Game Night 1x per month (0/32)

36. Institute Family Devotional 2x per week (0/128)

37. Take each child out alone 1x per month (0/32)

38. Go someplace special on our anniversary (0/3)

39. Go out on a date with Michael 1x per month (0/32)

40. Read the Bible from beginning to end with the children

41. Go tv free one day per week (0/128)

42. Clean out my email in box

43. Get a pedicure 1x per month (0/32)

44. Read 1 book per month (0/32)

45. Visit Key West

46. Put all videos on dvds

47. Videotape the children 3x per month (0/32)

48. Do the Breast Cancer 3 day walk

49. Get a tattoo

50. Write to Rob & Tiffany 3x per month (0/32)

51. Reverse tithe once a year (0/3)

52. Take the family to see snow

53. Have professional family pictures taken

54. Visit Granny 2x per month (0/32)

55. Visit in laws 2x per month (0/32) in person and not @ Granny's

56. Spend 1 day per month cleaning @ Nana's house (0/32)

57. Visit Nana & Papa 2x per month (0/32)

58. Get in home hyperbaric chamber for Logan.

59. Teach both children how to sew

60. Learn to fly fish

61. Go fly fishing in Montana

62. Get rid of 101 things that we no longer use or need (0/101)

63. Bring dinner to one family from church every month (0/32)

64. Make home school 1 yr and 5 yr plans

65. Graduate from RDI

66. Begin chelation with Logan

67. Implement at home OT program

68. Walk with children 3x per week (0/128)

69. Help a homeless person 1x per month (0/32)

70. Pay it forward 1x per month (0/32)

71. Pray with each child every day for 30 days (0/30)

72. Write a letter to someone who has helped me

73. Send 10 care packages for no reason

74. Send or give 10 gift cards anonymously

75. Go away for a weekend with no plan

76. Surprise an out of state friend with a visit

77. Send Michael back to college

78. Attend Michael's graduation

79. Send a missionary one month's salary

80. Research local and foreign adoption

81. Do 2 random acts of kindness per week (0/128)

82. Host 3 dinner parties

83. Clean off my desk every Monday

84. Do 1000 volunteer hours (0/1000)

85. Donate blood

86. Get Yasko testing done on Logan & Madison

87. Write a will

88. Join a church

89. Adopt a needy family for a year

90. Finish Christmas shopping by Dec. 1st

91. Make homemade gifts for everyone for 1 Christmas

92. Make a quilt for each child

93. Make a quilt for us

94. Finish 1 Bible Study per month (0/32)

95. Visit a circus

96. Tailgate at a sporting event

97. Write a letter to each of my siblings

98. Finish Nana's scrapbooks

99. Go meatless 1 day per week (0/128)

100. Eat raw 1 day per week (0/128)

101. Earn a Pampered Chef incentive trip

102. Participate in 1 blog carnival per month

103. Adopt a new family tradition not involving a holiday







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