101 in 1001

Have you heard of the Day Zero Project (101 in 1001)?  The basic idea is rather than creating a New Year’s resolution, I made a list of 101 items to be completed in 1001 days.  Hopefully with a more finite date in mind, I will be more motivated to work on each goal.  (Key word=hopefully.)

It’s harder than it sounds.  Coming up with the first 40 items or so was easy for me but I had to stretch to write the end of the list.  It was a great exercise though for coming up with what is really important to me.  Now, for checking off an item or two…On October 8, 2012 my list should be complete.  Wish me luck!

I debated about sharing my list…but hey…why not?  Amy’s 101 in 1001.

And because a blog without a photo is like a cold night without hot tea.  Here’s one of my little guy right before Christmas.  He is going to be 5 tomorrow.

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3 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Pruitt January 11, 2010 at 11:19 pm #

    Aww Amy…what a handsome little boy! His vest and tie are adorable. 🙂 And my fav from your list was #31. With a house full of boy, I should get busy studying. Especially since Fred’s a HUGE Steeler’s fan! ;p

    • Amy January 12, 2010 at 12:07 pm #

      I’ve been studying for almost ten years now and I’m still slightly clueless…here’s hoping! 🙂

  2. rachel marquette January 14, 2010 at 3:44 pm #

    hi amy!!
    love the list! there are a lot of projects out there in blogland for the new year…
    project 365 – take a picture every day for a year
    project 52 – complete 52 projects in a year
    10 on tuesday -on tuesday -post 10 things on your blog going on in your life
    12 on the 12th- take 12 pictures on the 12th of each month.

    I like this 101 in 1001 project too! I peeked at your list – good stuff. Umm if you learn how to organize and STAY organized with 2 small children- can you pls write a book? that would take care of a couple things on your list!

    I can’t believe zeke is going to be 5 ! what a handsome little guy!

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