1001 in 1001

While reading blogs the other day I discovered Cows, Corn, & Country Girls and her 101 in 1001 challenge. I am all for a challenge. I also need some goals to point me in the direction. I want to go in. Everyone who knows me knows I adore list making. So this challenge was right up my ally.

Here are the basic details of the challenge:


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).

Progress Tracking:
items will be crossed through when completed

Here is my list:
  1. buy a House
  2. refinance my car
  3. raise credit score 100 points
  4. get engaged
  5. have 3 social dinners with friends
  6. start saving from every check
  7. buy a kindle fire
  8. learn to play guitar
  9. get a more polished look
  10. organize 3 friends closets
  11. find my old poems and back them up
  12. get better at corn hole
  13. host a theme party
  14. learn to sing
  15. sing in public
  16. go to the blue wisp
  17. go on vacation
  18. figure out how to keep car organized
  19. catch up on movies I want to watch
  20. try a new restaurant
  21. go camping
  22. get a new tattoo
  23. meet 3 new people
  24. read 50 books
  25. see the MUMMIES
  26. see Hayseed Dixie
  27. learn how to do simple car maintenance oil, breaks, wipers
  28. completely house train Westley
  29. go back to school
  30. become a credentialed trainer
  31. make more money
  32. make a 5 year career plan
  33. make 200 in one month selling thirty one
  34. set up a TPT account
  35. make my classroom efficient
  36. start writing a novel
  37. organize my theme, concepts & concepts for the year
  38. make my classroom more colorful
  39. write a manual for subs
  40. walk 1 mile a day for 1 month
  41. lose 10 pounds
  42. flatten my stomach
  43. get toned
  44. try zumba
  45. make my own cleaning products
  46. learn 5 new recipes
  47. make a cookbook of family favorite meals
  48. try vegetarian 1 night a week
  49. try fish
  50. eat fruit once a day
  51. quit pop
  52. drink 8 glasses of water everyday for a month
  53. use the crock pot once a week for 4 months
  54. learn how to make gravy
  55. keep a menu for 2 months
  56. grocery shop only once a week for a month
  57. have 20 followers on my blog
  58. daily page view of 50
  59. post everyday for 3 months
  60. do a link party a week
  61. get a pretty blog header
  62. write an e-book
  63. make my blog look more professional
  64. comment on 10 blogs
  65. link to blogs I follow on my blog
  66. blog about completed goals
  67. Read 1 new blog a week for 3 weeks
  68. do 1 fun activity a week kids choice
  69. be involved in ptc
  70. help children open a savings account
  71. take children to library 2 times a month
  72. help the girls start their own craft project
  73. have a girls night in/out once a month
  74. help the girls set 3 goals of their own
  75. help them develop a system for organizing their room
  76. help them work out differences without butting in
  77. ask daily how school was and listen for 3 months
  78. take girls to the zoo
  79. take girls to the circus
  80. organize storage room
  81. organize girls clothes
  82. update our daily routine
  83. make a family binder
  84. learn to extreme coupon
  85. make an emergency preparedness list/plan (5/1/12)
  86. compile 75% of items on that list
  87. develop a more efficient system for cleaning house
  88. organize external hard drive
  89. clean out junk and have a yard sale
  90. organize pics
  91. back up pics
  92. take more pics of my children
  93. learn to use photoshop
  94. take 1 new pic a day for 30 days
  95. build business up to 2 new customers a month
  96. take more pics of westley and buttercup
  97. digitize my non digital pics
  98. fill my etsy shop with 20 items
  99. try 10 craft items from my pinterest board
  100. paint a picture
  101. sew a dress

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