101 in 1001

Over the past couple years, I have came across a few bloggers that are making lists. They aren’t your average, normal list and since I’m a list person, I had to partake in the fun! I first had to do some research about this list making. Day Zero created this catchy challenge of completing 101 things in 1001 days.

“We believe that by making goal setting fun and competitive you can make real progress on achieving your ambitions. Open-ended goal setting (like bucket lists) don’t work. It’s only when you assign a time constraint that your focus and determination kicks in.” -Day Zero

So I put forth on achieving my ambitions!

(Those marked bold are completed and italicized are in progress.)

Start Date: June 5, 2012

End Date: March 3, 2015

Getting Healthy

1. Drink 64 oz. of water each day for a month

2. Work out 3x a week for a month

3. Take a yoga class

4. Take vitamins daily for a month

5. Visit a orthodontist

6. Walk a mile a day for a month

7. Improve my posture

8. Become an organ donor

In the Kitchen/Good Eats

9. Attempt a Pioneer Women’s recipe from her first cookbook once a week

10. Blog Pioneer Women’s recipe challenge

11. Make pumpkin pies out of pumpkins

12. Make my own macaroons

13. Make a custom recipe book

14. Make a signature drink

15. Make homemade sorbet

16. Make homemade pasta

17. Order just dessert for supper

Relationships & Love

18. Leave a note for Dustin before he leaves work every day for a month

19. Make a list of 101 reasons why I love Dustin

20. Own a home

21. Start a family [due in April]

22. Go on a date with Dustin once a month for 12 months [1/12]

23. Attend church once a month for 12 months [0/12]

24. Scrapbook our wedding & honeymoon

25. Read devotions daily for a month

26. Call my brother once a month [1]

27. Have dinner by candlelight

28. Have a family weekend

29. Create a family history scrapbook

30. Do something fun for our anniversary

31. Move to a new place

32. Have a girls weekend


33. Track our spending for a month

34. Create a budget

35. Put $5 into savings for each item completed

36. Save $20 from every paycheck for 6 months [0/6]

37. Pay off small credit card debt – Old Navy, Bank of America, Sears

38. No eating out for a month

40. Buy life insurance

41. Pay off our car

42. Pay off Dustin’s student loans

43. Cash in piggy bank when full and put into savings

44. Leave a 100% tip

Artsy Fartsy

45. Complete 2 quilts by myself

46. Make something I pinned from Pinterest once a month

47. Enter a photography contest

48. Take a floral design class

49. Build something out of wood

50. Order one of my prints on canvas

51. Complete a 365 day photo challenge

52. Refinish a piece of furniture

53. Host a party

54. Own a sewing machine

Places to Go

55. Visit a foreign country

56. Visit three different states I’ve never been before

57. Attend a musical

58. Go to a concert

59. See a movie at the drive in

60. Go to a comedy show

61. Go kayaking

62. Skate at an outdoor ice rank

63. Go to a book signing

64. Attend a Twins game [in July]

65. Attend a Vikings game [December 2012]

66. Visit an orchard

67. Attend a midnight movie premiere


68. Learn how to water ski

69. Learn how to shoot a firearm

70. Learn how to change a tire

71. Learn sign language

72. Learn a different language

73. Learn how to can vegetables

Me Time

74. Wear makeup every day for a week [7/7]

75. Read 5 books [2]

76. Get motorcycle license

77. Give up coffee for a month

78. Own the complete season of The Big Bang Theory & watch them all in one day

79. Get a tattoo

80. Write a letter to myself to open in 10 years

81. Watch the sun rise

82. Watch the sun set

83. Plant a flower bed

84. Change my hair color

85. Keep a dream journal

86. Write a poem

Gift of Giving

87. Donate items 2x a year

88. Make handmade Christmas gifts [DIY coasters]

89. Volunteer 6x

90. Send flowers to my mothers

91. Send flowers to my grandmothers

92. Do something nice for a stranger

93. Send a care package to a solider overseas

Professional & Career

94. Update my resume

95. Become a Thirty-One director

96. Get a job I love

97. Do a Thirty-One party every week for a month

98. Participate in a Twitter chat

99. Organize my email inbox

100. Encourage someone to make a list

101. Make a new 101 in 1001 list


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