63 things in 630 days!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014 7:12 AM




What better way to get things accomplished than making a list with a deadline? So, I have seen 102 things in 1002 days, and while that is an amazing idea, I know myself. 102 things in 1002 days seems like a lot to me, and a bit overwhelming. I think condensing my list and time frame is much more manageable for me.

So here goes:



PERSONAL/ Professional 

1. Have a healthy, non toxic relationship. (working on it)
2. Go one week without complaining that I am tired.
3. Make my lunch and bring it to work for one week.
4. Go without straightening hair for one week.
5. Wear minimal make-up for one week (not the same week as above)

6. No clothes shopping for one month.
7. Volunteer time and or money to a cause I’m passionate about.
8. Read five books.
9. Clean and organize my living space… permanently
10. Steer clear of arguments and disagreements for one month.
11. Start collecting something besides handbags, shoes and dust bunnies.
12. Go to the ballet twice (The nutcracker does not count)
13. Go to bed at 10 p.m. every night for two weeks.
14. Wake up every day at 5 a.m. every day for two weeks.
15. Develop a manageable workout routine.  
16. Unplug completely for 24 hours (no internet, iPhone, television, etc.).
17. Learn how to tie my shoes like a big girl (no, I am not kidding… still do bunny ears).
18. Invest in grown-up luggage.
19. Meditate 25 minutes per day.
20. Read for thirty minutes every night for one month.
21.  Go to the movies by myself.
22. Successfully donate blood.
23. Get a Brazilian blowout.
24. Volunteer at least twice at my sons school this year..
25. Draw every night for one week.
26. Manage my email.  Respond and delete accordingly
27. Organize, delete, print, save pictures on phone and computer.
28. Meet with my financial adviser and readjust funds.
29. Immediately get to work at 9 am. NO SLACKING
30. Write more often.
31. Create more themes for my blog. (DYI/ HOW TO)
32. Take pictures at least twice a week for blog.
33. Open every piece of mail that I am given.
34.  Rotate items in closet. Wear things I haven’t worn in months
35. Get creative with my hair styles. (braids/ pony/ buns)
36. Wear red lipstick.
37.  Go swimming and get my head wet. 
38.  Smile at everyone I see every day for one whole week
39. DO not engage with people that are negative or toxic
40. Purge and remodel my bedroom
41. Publish blog posts every day for one week.
42.  Vow not to speak negatively about my self or others for one week (baby steps)

FAMILY & FRIENDS 

43.  Make more dinner dates with friends I have been trying to catch up with. 
44.  Put in Calendar all important birthdays with reminders to send cards.
45.  Show more appreciation for the people that love and support me.
46. Try to cook one night a week.
47. Have my mom teach me the malochia again
48. Have at least one shopping day with my mom a month.
49. Take walks with my family (when it is warm) at least once a week.
50. Make someone I love breakfast in bed. (wait, I think I do that every morning)
51. Give each member of my family at least one awesome present.
52. Give five “just because” gifts.

Boston & Travel

53. Make a trip in to the city at least once a month now that all friends have moved out.
54. Go on a hokey tour of the city even though I have lived here my whole life. 
55. Try ten new restaurants in the city.
56. Go to three shows/ musicals within a year
57. Do the Longfellow, Esplanade, MIT bridge walk with Annie
58. Take an adult vacation
59. Get a plant and try to keep it alive.
60. Visit three museums.
61.  Go back to barre or take more dance classes
62. Take more trips to NYC to see my girlfriends
63. Take cooking lessons.

           






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8 comments

  1. These are such amazing little goals that will make such a big impact once accomplished, I'm definitely saving this because almost all of your professional and personal goals are things that I also would like to change in my life. Good luck! You can do it! :)

    -Jessica
    http://sweetnessandsolitude.blogspot.com

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  2. I need to do a lot of these too, especially #s 9, 33, and 34. I have completed #s 3, 4, 5, 26, 32, and 49 and I kind of do #s 13, 14, and 29 except I go to bed by 9 p.m., wake up before 4 a.m., and try to get to work before 6:00 a.m.

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  3. These may seem like little goal but it's actually very hard to achieve so kudos to you! I really should try to these myself, it'll be quite the challenge for me to break away from my normal routine.

    Reflection of Sanity

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  4. I really like that you are making a list for yourself. I've done a few of those and its rewarding at the end. One goal that stands out to me is "going to the movies alone". Trust me once I did it you will see its not as bad as people make it seem. It's very relaxing, I can admit I've done it a few times after achieving it once. So you go girl! Look forward to see how your accomplishments turn out in the future and see you completed your list.

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  5. Hi dear and thank you for your friendship on IFB....I'm very happy!!! Your list its a very beautiful program! I have a new post at my blog. Do you want to tell me what do you think? Kisses,
    Eni

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  6. This is a great list and an awesome way to meet/complete your goals! You'll have so much fun getting everything done. Good luck to you!

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  7. Kudos & Good Luck! Working on discipline in my daily life, so its super inspiring to see you do this!

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