October 16, 2010

101 in 1001?


So, I was reading this great blog by DAME RENÉE and I was reading about her 101 in 1001 project. It’s really interesting and then I googled it and found it’s quite the rage. I found so many bloggers doing it and I was really inspired to try one myself. I think it’s a great way to re-analyze your life goals and actually take a step forward in fulfilling those goals.

I’ve had a million to-do-lists in the past and I’ve failed all of them. I wanted to learn to play the keyboard, I wanted to learn to cook, I wanted to do some social work, I wanted to get my Java certification (started the course, so not bad), have a proper exercise regimen, and so many other things. I haven’t done any of those.

I’m a big fan of to-do lists. The organisational freak in me loves compiling list, but its the doing part that always gets me. So, this 101 in 1001 project really appealed to me. I’ll have 2.75 years from the start of my project to complete the list. That’s not bad. I’ll have plenty of time to complete my goals.

College finished a few months back and I don’t start work till November end. All this free time has made me extremely lazy, and I feel like I’m completely useless. I haven’t done anything worthwhile in ages. This list might finally get me back on track.

I’m going to start working on my list, and if possible, I’ll start another blog with constant updates on how my list is going. I think having other people know about my life project will help me keep up with it.

About the 101 in 1001 project:

Read about it here: http://dayzeroproject.com/about/

And I found this great website which really helps in creating your list, tips and stuff.



So, What do you think? Will you make a list of your own?


Poohkie said...

hm...sounds like a good idea. I love making to-do lists as well & like you, I fail to actually 'do' them. Seriously need some motivation. I'll check this out...

ladylavendersays said...

You should definitely try it. Check out my new blog. You can check my list there. It might inspire you to start your own. Probably not, but still check it out.

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