101 in 1001

101 things in 1001 days

When I first saw 101 in 1001 on Design Darling, I knew I had to do it as well. The idea of writing a list of things you want to accomplish with a set amount of time (instead of a bucket list of things to do before you die) appealed to me because I knew this time limit would encourage me to actually get the things done. 1001 days (about 2.75 years) is the perfect amount of time! I cannot wait to do each of these things and share my adventure with y’all!

Some of my goals are big (like traveling to a new continent!) while others are small things I just want to get done (get contacts, ugh). Hopefully I will be writing a blog post about most of my things when I accomplish them! I also have a page called 101 in 1001 that I will keep updated so you can check on my progress at any time.

If I inspire any of y’all to create your own list, let me know so I can check yours out!

Start date: June 11, 2014

End Date: March 8, 2017

1 completed, 100 to go!

  1. Make a list of 101 things (June 2014)
  2. Inspire someone else to make a list
  3. Eat healthy for a month
  4. Work out atleast 3 times a week for a month
  5. Try hot yoga
  6. Read 35 books
  7. Finish watching every episode of Friends
  8. Go to a festival
  9. See 5 concerts
  10. Travel to another continent
  11. Run a 5k
  12. Buy cacti and succulents for my room
  13. Learn calligraphy
  14. Roadtrip with friends
  15. Go camping
  16. Have an Eno party
  17. Go to a drive-in movie theater
  18. Get photoshop
  19. Go mudding
  20. Drop down 1 pant size from my current
  21. Paint/make something for my future dorm
  22. Float the river
  23. Spend a day downtown
  24. Go to brunch
  25. Visit 5 new cities
  26. Don’t eat bread for a week
  27. Visit a national monument
  28. Carve a pumpkin for halloween
  29. Ride a horse
  30. Watch a sunrise/sunset
  31. See another musical
  32. Buy an external disk drive
  33. Stop drinking soda for a month
  34. Dance in the rain
  35. Go thrifting
  36. Try 10 new restaurants
  37. Get 100 followers on my blog (or 100 visitors in 1 day!)
  38. Make CD mix for me & a friend
  39. Go to a college party
  40. Memorize the books of the Bible in order
  41. Go on another mission trip
  42. Go paddle boarding
  43. Go kayaking
  44. Redesign my blog
  45. Take pictures in a photo booth
  46. Apply to college
  47. Pull an all nighter
  48. Drive without a destination
  49. Play lazer tag
  50. Don’t hit the snooze button for 2 weeks
  51. Clean out my phone (apps, contacts, pictures ect) twice a year
  52. Create 10 things off of Pinterest
  53. Make a homemade gift for my mom
  54. Go zip lining
  55. Find out my blood type
  56. Renew my passport
  57. Go 2 weeks without eating out
  58. Go to an amusement park
  59. Vote in an election
  60. Reach 150 blog posts
  61. Find 10 favorite meals to learn to cook
  62. Try Zumba
  63. Go fishing
  64. Go a month without fast food
  65. Write in my little blue book every day for 2 months
  66. Wear my retainer every night for a month (and keep the habit)
  67. Make my resume
  68. Go to Blues on the Green
  69. Go to the beach
  70. Buy a Polaroid camera
  71. Say “yes” to something I normally wouldn’t
  72. Go country dancing again
  73. Buy a new comforter for my bed
  74. Make a blog friend
  75. Go to an independent coffee shop
  76. Visit an independent book store
  77. Go to a bonfire
  78. Graduate high school
  79. Get accepted to college
  80. Film and edit a video for fun
  81. Take a kickboxing class
  82. Get contacts
  83. Go cliff jumping
  84. Spend a day on my dock
  85. Go to a ranch
  86. Get over my fear of banks (don’t ask)
  87. Play an intramural sport
  88. Join a club in college
  89. Donate clothes I don’t wear anymore
  90. Throw a pool party
  91. Make a camera bag
  92. Make macarons
  93. Buy nice sunglasses
  94. Have a movie marathon
  95. Swim somewhere new
  96. Visit bull creek
  97. Go on a nature trail hike
  98. Hike Enchanted Rock
  99. Visit friends in college
  100. Have a water balloon/water gun fight
  101. Learn to tie a tie & bowtie

{picture from Design Darling}