>My third 101 in 1001 list

>The Challenge
Complete 101 preset tasks in a period of 1001 days.

The Criteria:
Tasks must be specific (ie. no ambiguity in the wording) with a result that is either measurable or clearly defined. Tasks must also be realistic and stretching (ie. represent some amount of work on your part).

Why 1001 Days?
Many people have created lists in the past – frequently simple challenges such as New Year’s resolutions or a ‘Bucket List’. The key to beating procrastination is to set a deadline that is realistic. 1001 Days (about 2.75 years) is a better period of time than a year, because it allows you several seasons to complete the tasks, which is better for organising and timing some tasks such as overseas trips, study semesters, or outdoor activities.

1. Read Les Miserable by Victor Hugo
2. Try 5 new fruits
3. Watch all of Star Trek Voyager
4. Sail by myself in a regatta
5. Reread the Harry Potter books
6. Get a new powerchair
7. Write 1 million words
8. Sort my garden out once and for all.
9. Go a week without using social media
10. Exercise everyday for 3 weeks
11. Knit myself something to wear
12. Visit Ireland
13. Go to at least two Paralympic events
14. Knit all of the animals in my book
15. Read at least 20 books off of my TBR pile
16. Do a 1 day craft workshop for something I’ve never tried before
17. Dye my hair fuchsia and leave it like that for a week.
18. Write everyday for six weeks
19. Go to a Shakespeare play
20. Try 3 new vegetables
21. Customise an item of clothing
22. Read at least more books from my list
23. Do an indoor skydive
24. Speak at another event
25. Knit everyday for a month
26. Try porridge again
27. Try weetabix again
28. Use the standing frame everyday for a week
29 enter the writers forum short story competition 6 times
30 enter the writers forum poetry competition twice
31 do some housework everyday for a month
32. Lose 50lb before Ben and Geri’s wedding
33. Be up before 8 am everyday for two weeks
34. Improve my vocabulary
35. Use my manual chair more when out and about
36. Start a dream journal
37. Work my way through Writing Down The Bones and do the exercises
38. Go on a mini cruise
39. Go 3 weeks without eating in front of a screen or whilst reading
40. Go somewhere new for the day
41. Keep a food diary for six weeks
42. Try a new sport
43. Read a newspaper twice a week for a month
44. Paddle in the sea
45. Wear make up everyday for a month
46. Go 6 weeks without picking up lunch from Boswells or anywhere else
47. Go to a restaurant by myself
48. Share some of my writing on authonomy
49. Watch 10 old films
50. Go to the proms
51. Read 5 books by Charles Dickens
52. Ask a bookseller their favourite book and buy it even if it seems I’d hate it.
53. Read Emma by Jane Austen
54. Sail in the novice racing
55. Sail somewhere new
56. Go on the Eurostar
57. Try a personal shopper
58. Visit Banbury
59. Go to Paris
60. Learn to yoyo
61. Visit 3 new museums
62. Go to the Houses of Parliament
63. Try origami
64. Make a mobile
65. Go to a musical in London
66. Learn proper photo editing techniques
67. Go a month without taking any naps
68. Stop taking on others problems
69. Bake bread
70. Read we need to talk about Kevin
71. Start scrapbooking again
72. Watch some original Doctor Who
73. Don’t eat chicken for a week
74. Drink a smoothie everyday for a month
75. Eat fish every week for 3 months
76. Visit Japan
77. Set 1 day a week as Internet free day and stick to it for 4 months
78. Crochet 15 squares from my book.
79. Take part in Operation Beautiful
80. Do something cultural every month
81. Answer (and blog) the 50 questions that will free your mind.
82. Go swimming by myself again
83. Have a picnic in Hyde park
84. Go for a drink in the Randolph
85. Visit a country I’ve not been to before
86. Try wheelchair abseiling
87. Have a go at drop spinning
88. Read about philosophy
89. Visit the botanical gardens in Oxford
90. Grow potatoes
91. Only use cash to pay for things for a week
92. Work out a realistic budget and stick to it for 2 months
93. Catalogue my books
94. Try sailing a new type of boat
95. Visit Bletchley Park
96. Write a letter to myself to open in 10 years
97. See the Northern Lights
98. Make chocolate cake
99. Go on the open top bus tour of Oxford
100. Make a photo collage for my wall
101. On day 1001 publish a new 101 in 1001 list

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