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101 in 1,001



101 in 1,001 is a challenge to complete 101 goals in 1,001 days.  I'll be blogging my way through the list as I go.

Questions? Comments?  Drop me an e-mail!

Start: August 10, 2017
End: May 7, 2020

1.  Take a yoga class
 2.  Take a cooking class
 3.  Learn to can a food (make jam or pickles?)
 4.  Go camping
 5.  Finish my KonMari decluttering process
 6.  Have a garage sale
 7.  Plan a vacation with my childhood girlfriends and their families
 8.  Read 1 new book every month
 9.  Drink 100oz of water every day for a week
10.  Create and complete a capsule wardrobe
11.  Take a closet inventory and build a wardrobe look book
12.  Do the Bolder Boulder 10k run
13.  Attend a CU Buffs football game
14.  Take a watercolor class
15.  Take an Irish step dancing class
16.  Go flyfishing
17.  Take a vacation to the beach and collect seashells
18.  Visit Carlton Landing, OK
19.  Take my children to San Juan Island for a weeklong nature vacation
20.  Throw a game night party
21.  Plant a cut flower garden and give bouquets to friends
22.  Put in a vegetable garden
23.  Take a vacation to our family ski condo in Keystone, CO and finally teach the kids to ski
24.  Start a nature journal
25.  Visit a farmers market once a month
26.  See Hamilton
27.  Learn how to make a pie crust from scratch
28.  Sew mysef a dress
29.  Get a blog redesign
30.  Record an oral history of my mom and dad
31.  Research and put together a family tree for the Mr and I
32.  Read for 30 minutes every night for 1 month
33.  Go social media-free every weekend for 1 month
34.  Pay off Ryan's student loans
35.  No iPhone in bed for 1 month
36.  Put together a master birthday calendar
37.  Send each person on the birthday calendar a birthday card *before* their birthday starting in January
38.  Embroider a needlepoint hanging for each child
39.  Make 10 Christmas presents for friends and family
40.  Throw a dinner party
41.  Make one of Julia Child's famous recipes
42.  Learn how to tie a tie
43.  Learn how to tie a bow tie
44.  Memorize 2 Christmas songs on the piano
45.  Learn how to make felt flowers
46.  Read my Bible in a Year Bible
47.  Find "my" Bible verse
48.  Write a thank you letter to an old teacher
49.  Save $100 a month for a rainy day
50.  Create a meal planning system that works for our family
51.  Go 1 month without eating out
52.  Learn how to play Bridge
53.  Learn how to play gin rummy
54.  Make Waverly's baby album
55.  Make Wilder's baby album
56.  Re-join the public library
57.  Go orchard picking (apple, peach, whatever comes up first)
58.  Meditate every day for 1 month
59.  Lose 10 lbs by New Years Eve
60.  Participate in a bible study from #SheReadsTruth
61.  Blog my way through the 101 in 1,001 challenge
62.  Organize ALL of my photos, get them out of the computer and into photo books to be looked at
63.  Have professional family photos taken once a year
65.  Donate to a diaper bank once a month
66.  Learn how to make scones/tea cakes/traditional tea time foods
67.  Have a picnic
68.  Collaborate with my mom to make a family cookbook
69.  Collaborate with my mother-in-law and sister-in-law to make a family cookbook
70.  Learn how to make candy from my mother-in-law
71.  Teach both kids how to swim
73.  Cook with 1 new ingredient a month
74.  Try 50 new recipes
75.  Take my children to London and Cambridge to see where I lived in college
76.  Redecorate/style our bookcases
77.  Take the family back to New York City
78.  Take a photo of the kids together every day for 1 month
79.  Go to bed by 9:30pm for 1 month
80.  Learn how to make a homemade Chai Tea Latte just like Starbucks
81.  Host a board games night
82.  Hit Level V with Rodan + Fields and qualify for a company Lexus
83.  Floss every day for a month
84.  Organize all my Rodan + Fields business paperwork
85.  Listen to the top 50 albums on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums list
86.  Climb a 14er
87.  Read 25 books from my AP English book list from 2000
88. Read a comprehensive book about mythology
89.  Go through ALL of my 9(!!!) inboxes to clean them out and consolidate the accounts
90.  Save up for a Lulu McGee work computer
91.  (re)Learn Photoshop
92.  Improve my handwriting
93.  Learn how to french braid
94.  Learn how to drive a manual transmission car
95.  Develop a list of 15 tried and true family recipes for dinner
96.  Visit somewhere in the South and eat 6 traditional Southern foods
97.  Take a road trip to a new place once every 6 months
98.  Learn how to play my favorite song on the guitar (Ray Lamontagne's Acre of Land)
99.  Clean through all my memorabilia boxes and do something with them (Blurb book? Scrapbooks?)
100. Buy myself an Airstream trailer
101.  Throw a party for completing my list!

101 in 1,001 - Round 1
Start: August 10, 2012
End: May 8, 2015

1.  Learn to crochet
 2.  Learn to knit
 3.  Learn the art of canning food
 4.  Follow the 100 Days To Christmas eBook on ListPlanIt
 5.  Go cycling
 6.  Go see Star Wars Exhibit at Exploration Place
 7.  Drive through the Flint Hills of Kansas
 8.  Take a trip to Salina, KS - my parents' hometown
 9.  Go see a Kansas Jayhawks basketball game
10.  Visit the Plaza in Kansas City at Christmastime
11.  Attend a CU Buffs football game
12.  Do the Bolder Boulder 10k run in 2013
13.  Learn to play polo
14.  Go to the Sedgwick County Zoo
15.  Pay for our trip to Costa Rica for Paul & Julie's wedding in cash (NO credit cards allowed)
16.  Learn to speak French
17.  Spend a day at El Dorado lake
18.  Take a camping trip to Lake McConaughy with my best friend's family and her sister's family
19.  Take a family lake or river fishing trip in Missouri
20.  Throw a housewarming party
21.  Build a back deck
22.  Put in a vegetable garden
23.  Take a vacation to my parents' ski condo in Keystone, CO
24.  Plan a trip to France or Italy to take when my 1,001 days has finished
25.  Visit a farmers market once a month
26.  Do a Turkey Trot run during the Thanksgiving season
27.  Learn how to make a pie crust from scratch
28.  Make a quilt for the baby
29.  Get a blog redesign - DONE!
30.  Record an oral history of my grandmother and her husband
31.  Research and put together a family tree for the Mr and I
32.  Completely finish the baby's nursery
33.  Master and memorize Rick Bayless's Frontera-style red enchilada sauce recipe
34.  Pay off ALL credit card debt
35.  Put together a home management notebook
36.  Put together a master birthday calendar
37.  Send each person on the birthday calendar a birthday card *before* their birthday starting in January
38.  Embroider a needlepoint hanging for the baby's room
39.  Make 10 Christmas presents for friends and family
40.  Throw a dinner party
41.  Make one of Julia Child's famous recipes
42.  Learn how to tie a tie
43.  Learn how to tie a bow tie
44.  Memorize 5 Christmas songs on the piano
45.  Learn how to make 10 classic cocktails, bartender-style
46.  Read my Bible in a Year Bible
47.  Find "my" Bible verse
48.  Write a thank you letter to an old teacher
49.  Save $100 a month for the baby
50.  Create a meal planning system that works for our family
51.  Eat off of our meal plan for 1 month
52.  Learn how to play Bridge
53.  Learn how to play gin rummy
54.  Take a photo of the baby every day for a year and make a Blurb book out of it
55.  Wake up every morning at 5am for a month
56.  Join the public library
57.  Go orchard picking (apple, peach, whatever comes up first)
58.  Complete a master bedroom makeover with the help of Britany Simon
59.  Lose 25 lbs by New Years Eve
60.  Participate in a bible study from #SheReadsTruth
61.  Blog my way through the 101 in 1,001 challenge
62.  Write a letter to the baby every month on the 31st
63.  Avoid eating out for 1 month
64.  Have a photo taken with myself and the baby at least once a week
65.  Donate to a diaper bank once a month
66.  Learn how to make scones/tea cakes/traditional tea time foods
67.  Have a picnic
68.  Collaborate with my mom to make a family cookbook
69.  Collaborate with my mother-in-law and sister-in-law to make a family cookbook
70.  Learn how to make candy from my mother-in-law
71. Sell something I've made at a craft fair
72.  Take swimming lessons with the baby - DONE!
73.  Cook with 1 new ingredient a month
74.  Try 50 new recipes
75.  Try 2 recipes from each of my cookbooks
76.  Write a will
77.  Get life insurance
78.  Participate in The Nesting Place's 31 Days series
79.  Turn the TV off after 8pm for 1 month
80.  Take a closet inventory and build a wardrobe look book
81.  Host a board games night
82.  Learn HTML and design the family blog from scratch
83.  Floss every day for a month
84.  Organize all my Lulu McGee business paperwork
85.  Listen to the top 50 albums on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums list
86.  Watch AFI's Top 100 movies of all time
87.  Read 25 books from my AP English book list from 2000
88. Read a comprehensive book about mythology
89.  Go through ALL of my 9(!!!) inboxes to clean them out
90.  Save up for a Lulu McGee work computer
91.  Learn Photoshop
92.  Improve my handwriting
93.  Learn how to french braid
94.  Develop the habit of playing background music instead of background TV
95.  Memorize 10 go-to recipes
96.  Hold the baby for 1 nap every day
97.  Take a road trip to a new place once a year
98.  Do the Ultimate Reset Cleanse
99.  Clean through all my memorabilia boxes and do something with them (Blurb book? Scrapbooks?)
100. Make a profit on my company, Lulu McGee
101.  Throw a party for completing my list!
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The Parkers said...

LOVE that you marked through your blog redesign! I'd have done the same thing. Love your design and love you! xo

karen said...

Just happened across your blog and I think your list is so cool!

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