Tuesday, July 7, 2009


I've been slowly chipping away at the creation of my "101 things to do in 1001 days" list. This list comes from a site called Day Zero, wherein the participants pen lists of 101 measurable things they would like to accomplish within 1001 days. I'm nearly done, and I'll be posting my list of great and small endeavours on here when it's ready to go. I also registered online for my Master of Publishing classes this afternoon...and then I saw my tuition fees balance...and then I went back to my 101 list and wrote:
1. Save a billion dollars ASAP


  1. I hear you on the tuition! I think a billion dollars is the new average cost of an education, so you're probably right on track there. Maybe you should look for a scholarship?

    It is REALLY difficult to come up with that many goals, especially since they need to be quantifiable. One thing that helped me with mine was setting a certain number of days that I had to achieve a given goal. For example, If my goal is to drink 8 glasses of water a day, I would say I have to do it for 30 days without fail. There are two good reasons for this: First, it's actually do-able. If you just say "drink 8 glasses a day," then the first time you miss, you feel like you failed. You can always restart your 30 days! Also, they say it takes 30 days to make or break a habit, so if you manage to keep it up, you may find you've made a permanent lifestyle change anyway. Whew! Long comment! Anyway, I can't wait to see your list!

  2. Sounds like an interesting endeavour.

    Consider yourself blogrolled!


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