Monday, January 15, 2018

101 in 1001 Update #4

Happy Monday and Happy Martin Luther King Day! I hope y'all are enjoying the day off if you have it!

Today, I'm sharing another update on my 101 in 1001 list that I started two years ago crazily enough! Mackenzie Horan of Design Darling came up with the idea and basically the idea is that you complete 101 different tasks in 1001 days (a little over 2.5 years). I've been trying to keep y'all updated by sharing an update every six months (you can also read the original post, update #1, update #2, and update #3!).

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Done!
12. Write (and mail) a hundred hand-written notes
17. Read twenty "just for fun" books
25. Go to a pumpkin patch
47. Explore uptown Charlotte with friends
69. Get a passport!
78. Work with five different companies
81. Invest in a nice camera for the blog
90. Share a dorm room tour on the blog
91. Rush a sorority
93. Have friends visit me at my college!
95. Post a "day in my life- college edition" blog post

In Progress
2. Bake twenty new recipes
27. Save ten dollars for each item accomplished on this list
39. See ten movies in theaters
48. Try ten different restaurants in Charlotte 
59. Visit at least two high school friends at their colleges
62. Visit five different Lilly Pulitzer stores
66. Visit five new cities

On my Radar
4. Pay for the people behind me in Starbucks

5. Go an entire month without eating sweets
9. Read the entire Bible
13. Drink eight glasses of water daily for a month
43. Go a week without wearing makeup
71. Professionally redesign my blog
73. Reach 1,000 followers on Twitter
75. Purchase an official URL for my blog
97. Go on a fun Spring Break trip with college friends
99. Send ten friends snail mail to their colleges
100. Attend the Carolina Cup


Do you have an 101 in 1001 list? Let me know in the comments!

6 comments:

  1. Great list! Love the idea of pay for people behind in Starbucks and reading the whole Bible!

    Anika | anikamay.co.uk

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  2. Bravo for the "Write (and mail) a hundred hand-written notes"!

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    1. Thanks Rebecca- it was such a fun one to cross off the list!

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  3. This is amazing!! I love that you wrote so many hand-written notes. I love writing and receiving snail mail I wish more people did as well!
    -Olivia
    www.missoliviasays.com

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