Friday, April 13, 2012

101 Things, 1001 Days

I know, what you're thinking, "More goals?" Actually, I saw this on someone else's blog and thought it looked like so much fun, I decided to put one together for myself.

1. Have another child
2. Get organized
3. Organize my basement
4. Buy a nice camera
5. Start my own family holiday traditions
6. Get family pictures taken
7. Develop engagement, wedding, and baby pictures
8.Have my first solo garage sale
9. Throw 3 birthday bashes for Noah
10. Cook through a cookbook
11. Make a 10 year plan as a family
12. Spend a rainy day watching some kind of marathon with my husband

13. Get my wedding ring off (it's still stuck from being pregnant)
14.  Fit into a size 4 jeans again
15. Have toned arms
16. Complete a 5k
17. Complete a 10k
18. Complete a half marathon
19. Complete a marathon
20. Take a class at the gym
21. Go to the gym regularly for a month
22. Do Jillian's 30 day Shred (and not skip a day)
23. Learn how to eat healthily
24. Loose 10 pounds (would put me at 145)
25. Loose 20 pounds (135)
26. Loose 30 pounds (125)
27. Run 10,000 miles
28. Go hiking
29. Go to a Zumba class
30. Ride a bike
31. Play volleyball
32. Play tennis
33. Lose 2 inches from waist
34. Lose 4 inches from waist
35. Lose 6 inches from waist
36. Complete the Couch to 5k plan
37. Eliminate processed white sugar from my everyday diet
38. Have a healthy complexion

Professional Development
39. Teach a college class
40. Complete my master's degree
41. Audition for 5 professional theaters
42. Play trumpet in a band
43. Become proficient in piano
44. Do the splits
45. Do a show in Jackson
46. Build a substantial theatre library

Go to's
47. Go on a tropical vacation
48. Take Noah to Disney World
49. Go to New York City
50. Go somewhere I've never been before
51. Take a cruise
52. Go to Six Flags
53. Go to a concert
54. Begin serious planning for a Europe trip
55. Go ice skating
56. Go to the zoo
57. Go to the magic house

58. Pay off all debt besides mortgage
59. Mortgage under $150,000
60. Mortgage under $140,000
61. Mortgage under $130,000
62. Try couponing
63. Buy a new car
64. Manage our checkbook better
65. Pay off all medical bills
66. Begin saving for retirement
67. Begin saving for children's college funds

68. Complete a reading list (to be decided upon later)
69. Read all John Piper's books
70. Read the complete works of Shakespeare
71. Read all of Jane Austen's works
72. Join a book club
73. Read all the books currently in our house
74. Participate in National Novel Writing Month 

Acts of Kindness
75. Meet Yanci (my sponsored child) in El Salvador
76. Donate hair to Locks of Love
77. Teach a Sunday School
78. Begin a church drama team
79. Go on a mission trip
80. Sponsor 1 child for each family member through Compassion
81. Donate 5,000 hours of my time
82. Donate blood

Just for me 
83. Get a massage
84. Learn Spanish
85. Watch top 100 movies on AMC list
86. Take dancing lessons
87. Learn to tap dance
88. Take my husband to see Les Miserables at the Fox
89. Make something off Pinterest
90. Learn to knit
91. Play piano in front of people
92. Rebuild my wardrobe
93. Try a new food
94. Get over my fear of snakes
95. Crochet through my 101 Stiches to Crochet book
96. Take pictures of me doing the things on the list
97. Go to a spa
98. Write a letter to myself to open when the 1001 days are over
99. Run on the beach
100. See a drive in movie with my husband and son
101. Create a picture book on Shutterfly

If anyone can tell me how to put a countdown timer on the side of my blog, I would appreciate it. I am not that blog-savvy yet.

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