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My III 101 Ultimate Goals to accomplish in 1001 Days

As I have done twice before, I am listing 101 goals I would like to accomplish in the next 1001 days. Hopefully these goals will keep me on track through January 10, 2023.

This list is a little bit behind getting done. I guess since this is the third list I found it harder to write.

Do I really expect to get all the items on my list completed? Not really, but they are items that I have thought about doing. However, they are all obtainable.

By listing them, I think it makes them seem more obtainable.

So here they are:

  1. Read the Bible through. – I have listed this as number 1 on the last 2 lists and have not completed it yet. This year I have joined with my sister and daughter plus a few others in reading the Bible through using an app. This will help give me that extra push to get it done.
  2. Take a photography workshop.
  3. Write a book.
  4. Maintain weekly blog posts.
  5. Begin the blog’s email.
  6. Make a book review page on the blog.
  7. I would like to monetize my blog.
  8. Design a freebie for the blog.
  9. Secure a sponsored post.
  10. Create a blogging schedule.
  11. Try a new recipe weekly and put it on blog.
  12. Create a frugal series for the blog.
  13. Complete a 52 week blogging challenge.
  14. Develop a blogging schedule.
  15. Post consistently on social media.
  16. Participate in at least 2 blogging courses.
  17. Develop a course for my blog.
  18. Attend a blogging conference.
  19. Increase savings by at least $2,500.
  20. Put $10 in savings for every goal accomplished.
  21. Be debt free by the end of the 1001 days.
  22. Take a New England cruise.
  23. Go see the Giant Redwoods.
  24. Visit every state in the US.
  25. Read at least 35 books.
  26. Make yearly books with the pictures I take.
  27. We would like to cement the lower pool deck.
  28. Purchase 2 lounge chairs or regular chairs for pool deck.
  29. Replace diving board.
  30. Recover the cushions in the shelter.
  31. Add at least 2 more ceiling fans to shelter.
  32. Make a tall porch sign for front porch.
  33. Refinish the porch swing on the front porch.
  34. Blacktop the driveway.
  35. Fix the steps on the deck.
  36. Redecorate granddaughter’s room. – This is the Christmas present she received from me this year. We will be picking up the paint some time this week.
  37. Replace granddaughter’s ceiling fan.
  38. Make a new bedspread for her and for her brother’s room.
  39. Replace the closet doors in the kids’ bedrooms.
  40. Replace window in grandson’s bedroom.
  41. Replace flooring in bedrooms.
  42. Buy a new stove top.
  43. Buy a new range hood.
  44. Install new kitchen counters.
  45. Put decorative framing in dining room.
  46. Replace light in dining room.
  47. Replace the fireplace screen.
  48. Replace sink in main bathroom.
  49. Replace floor in main bathroom.
  50. Repaint interior walls.
  51. Have carpets and living room furniture professionally cleaned.
  52. Buy new sheers for living room.
  53. Purchase new tables for living room.
  54. Reupholster chair and ottoman to place in living room.
  55. Make throw pillow covers for various holidays.
  56. Replace floor downstairs.
  57. Build a supply closet off of my office/craft room.
  58. Make a small bookbag for grandson.
  59. Handmake as many Christmas presents as I can for 2021. – This past Christmas I only bought 5 gifts out of a list of 35 people. The rest I made.
  60. Better organize office/craft room.
  61. Upgrade sewing machine.
  62. Purge teaching supplies I no longer need or use.
  63. Put some items (clothing and craft items) on Facebook marketplace.
  64. Knit a pocket scarf.
  65. Make some soft flannel pjs for my granddaughter.
  66. Make new curtains for bay window.
  67. Make new curtains for kitchen.
  68. Clean the kids’ play house.
  69. Paint the kids’ table.
  70. Reupholster the chairs.
  71. Make a sign for the barn that houses my granddaughter’s rabbits.- “Bunny Barn”
  72. Put gates on the Bunny Barn.
  73. Make more crafts projects so I will have plenty of stock for summer vendors’ shows.
  74. Learn and make bath bombs.
  75. Attend a craft fair, either as a vendor or a customer.
  76. Open a booth at a consignment craft store.
  77. Make a new Christmas wreath for front door.
  78. Make a seasonal decorated tree in foyer.
  79. Do a weekly/monthly craft and put directions on blog.
  80. Put in a small raised garden bed for Shyla to tend to herself.
  81. Plant a couple of apple trees.
  82. Put in a grape arbor.
  83. Go to Bronson, Missouri.
  84. Visit the Florida Keys.
  85. Take a road trip around Ohio.
  86. Go to Dogwood Pass.
  87. I would still like to get a white Pomeranian. – I had originally planned on finding one after I retired, but I feel as if I am still too busy for a puppy right now.
  88. Become more consistent in attending church. – This will depend on the COVID crisis.
  89. Attend a sunrise Easter service.
  90. Attend an outdoor drama.
  91. Go to a Renaissance Fair.
  92. Paint a picture of a tree for the dining room.
  93. Purchase a gun.
  94. Detail car.
  95. Buy a new car.
  96. Update the will.
  97. Have a monthly game night.
  98. Have a monthly movie night.
  99. Eat supper together at the table once a week.
  100. Design and purchase new planners each year.
  101. Make a new list when this
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Author: perilin

Hello, My name is Linda; I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. I am a retired Intervention Specialist or in layman's terms, a special education teacher. I spent 25+ years teaching and I couldn't have asked for a better more rewarding career. My husband and I have four children, 3 girls and 1 boy. They have blessed us with 12 beautiful grandchildren. We also have 1 great-grandsons and 3 great-granddaughters. As you can tell, we love large families. I enjoy sewing, crafting, reading and photography. You can see my work on my facebook page, Perilin Creations. Just recently I have started a Twitter and Instagram account. They are not fully being utilized yet but I hope to remedy that in the near future. As this blog progresses, I plan on infusing it with inspiration and spiritual encouragement. I plan on giving reviews on the books that I read and maybe you can join me with the books that interest you. I hope you enjoy my blog and I look forward to hearing from you.

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