Monday, 25 May 2015

New 101 in 1001 list


When I first started my blog back in October 2012, it's original purpose was to document my adventures with 101 things in 1001 days (see my first post here)

That list ended in March this year and I only completed 46.5 items on my list (see here) but if you go and check out my last post you'll see why.

So I've decided to start another list, there are some things from the last list moved over that I didn't complete and there is a lot of new items too.

I've changed a lot in the past 2.5 years and I know I'll change a lot in the next 2.5 years too which is why I haven't got a full 101 items on my list quite yet, as I'm still working out what exactly are some of the things I'd like to accomplish over the next 1001 days. So far I've got 68 items and it gives me room to grow and add more things over the coming months.

As a laugh I decided the starting date for this list would be April 1st 2015 (April Fools Day), which means the end date will be December 27th 2017 which will be a nice Christmas present - so it works out pretty good timing.

As I complete items and add new ones I'll keep you update to date with it all.

Anyway without further ado here's my list so far, I'm so looking forward to completing more items this time round.

1. Finish Crochet Rug (from last list)

2. Finish Dolphin Cross-stitch (from last list)

3. Read the whole Bible

4. Take a photography course (now that I've got my new camera that I wanted from my last list)

5. Build a Macaron Tower (from last list)

6. Learn to handstand (from last list)

7. Buy a bike (from last list)

8. Ride a camel

9. Read Anne of Green Gables Series (from last list)

10. Work on my cookbook idea

11. Work on my photobook idea

12. Start writing a fantasy novel (which my husband wants to help be involved with)

13. Photograph a sunrise each month (at least 13 of them)

14. Decorate a 3 tier cake

15. Buy a new car (my poor Stewie has seen better days)

16. Visit a famous landmark I've never seen before

17. Hide 20 encouraging notes throughout the city

18. Photograph a street scene or landscape in all 4 seasons

19. Paint the house

20. Recarpet the house

21. Read at least 15 books (I'm such a slow reader)

22. Stencil paint the hallway

23. Get a hot stone massage (from last list)

24. Make a Seven of Nine costume (from Star Trek)

25. Buy a chocolate from a posh chocolate shop

26. Go to Supernova expo

27. Cook a duck

28. Cook a rabbit

29. Try duck eggs

30. Climb a tree

31. Re-do the kitchen cupboards

32. Fix up the backyard (such as paving, turf etc)

33. Cook a Japanese banquet

34. Try a tequila shot

35. Make proper chai tea (not just from the teabag)

36. Tie-die a t-shirt

37. Make a Death Star Cake

38. Complete the Better Lettering Course

39. Write an Ebook

40. Make salted caramel

41. Take the Cronulla coast walk

42. Make my own cheese

43. Grow mushrooms

44. Have a dress custom-made for me

45. Plant a garden

46. Take my oldest nephew on a city trip

47. Learn to play a basic song on the guitar

48. Make grasshopper pie

49. Make a 3 coloured globe cake

50. Have a fairy tea party with my niece

51. Dress up for Disney on Ice

52. Read Lord of the Rings again (now that I'm older)

53. Crochet a Stormtrooper quilt

54. Have an Alice in Wonderland party

55. Play the board game Risk

56. Buy my husband the lego Death Star (to go with his Millennium Falcon I bought on the last list)

57. Start designing invitation packs

58. Participate in NaNoWriMo

59. Start a children's story

60. Paint or buy a mural for the garden

61. Learn some coding

62. Photograph lighting in a storm

63. Create an e-newsletter with my blog

64. Grow e-newsletter list to 150 subscribers

65. Sew a yellow blazer

66. Make a Snow White costume

67. Make pasta

68. Make ginger beer

To be continued.....

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2 comments:

  1. What an amazing lot of different things you did achieve...not to mention the reflection on who you are and how you've changed. I've always said things are on my bucket list to do , but I've never really written a list out. You have motivated me to try. Thank you :)

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    1. Thank you. I look forward to seeing your list, it's so much fun working towards a goal.

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