1001 Items to be Completed in 1001 Days

My 101 Items to be Completed in 1001 Days

Start Date: February 1st January 2017

Ending date: December 2018
(last date to complete all tasks)

The Mission: Complete 101 preset tasks in a period of 1001 days.

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

Why 1001 Days? Many people have created lists in the past - frequently simple goals such as new year's resolutions. 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 organizing and timing some tasks such as overseas trips or outdoor activities. Need help figuring out your ending date?

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The Reward: Personal satisfaction of a job well done...and lots of things accomplished you really needed or wanted to do!

  • Continuing Projects
  • Started Work
  • Completed Projects

  1. Read the Bible from start to finish.
  2. Develop my prayer life more
  3. Start to get myself into a regular daily routine
  4. Get to sleep at a reasonable hour at night
  5. Switch the computer off every night
  6. Grow my own tomatoes 
  7. Start a weekly menu planning system
  8. Make weekly shopping lists
  9. Attend a creative writing course
  10. Spend a fixed amount of time working on book
  11. Create and organise photo albums
  12. Grow herbs 
  13. Get my weight down to 9.1/2 stone – Working on this
  14. Buy a sewing machine and learn to sew
  15. Learn Hebrew
  16. Visit friends in the USA
  17. Visit friend and her family in Canada
  18. Put name down for a small plot at local allotment
  19. Do some research on growing your own vegetables etc
  20. Start a PSP course
  21. Learn Russian
  22. Visit The Harbour Orphanage in St Petersburg
  23. Learn how to make natural beauty products from scratch
  24. Learn how to make bath soaps etc
  25. Learn how to make laundry soap
  26. Learn how to embroider by hand
  27. Go on refresher computer training courses
  28. Work my way towards doing some kind of voluntary work
  29. Go on a detox for one week every 3 months
  30. Develop dance skills through Christian Dance Workshops
  31. Purchase a storage box/hope chest for my daughter
  32. Purchase a “note” chest for keeping journals & letters
  33. Clear all debts
  34. Work on developing drawing skills at least on a weekly basis
  35. Scrap booking, learn how to do this
  36. Arrange a prayer weekend away once a year in September
  37. Teach myself different styles of French plaiting
  38. Arrange a pampering day for myself at least once a month
  39. Make a scripture memory box with verses for every day of the year
  40. Start to do research on family history
  41. Visit The Holy Land
  42. Make time either morning/afternoon to spend time “soaking” in God’s presence
  43. Start “Look Great, Feel Great” by Joyce Meyer
  44. Read “Battlefield of the mind” by Joyce Meyer
  45. Start to build relationships with people in my church
  46. Start praying on a daily basis for minimum of one hour a day
  47. Organise inbox in Outlook
  48. Wear dresses and skirts for a fortnight
  49. Refrain from eating chocolate for one month
  50. Drink 6 – 8 glasses of water every day for one month
  51. Cut down coffee to one cup a day
  52. Maintain and keep daily paper journal
  53. Remember to check appointments for next day on calendar
  54. Clean oven on a monthly basis
  55. Start a gift shelf
  56. Finish organising filing system for papers
  57. Create Recipe file
  58. Meet and make new friends locally
  59. Overcome fear when prompted by Holy Spirit to give Word/Scripture in church
  60. Phone Jesse Duplantis Ministries in order to start receiving monthly magazine
  61. Look into ordering The Redemption magazine again from Ephrata Ministries
  62. Attend “churches together in Taunton” prayer meetings
  63. Write a letter to at least one friend overseas on a monthly basis
  64. Start to wean myself slowly off sleeping tablets
  65. Try a new vegetable/fruit at least once a month
  66. Try a new recipe once a month
  67. Read and return library books
  68. Re-organise Damaris’ photo album
  69. Write poetry/short stories on a more regular basis
  70. Sort out tithing
  71. Varnish wooden chest in bedroom
  72. Sort out and finalise divorce proceedings
  73. Post photos more regularly on Instagram
  74. Introduce fish more into my diet, at least on a weekly basis
  75. Give myself a manicure/pedicure at least twice a month
  76. Start baking bread again
  77. Make blackberry and apple jam (when blackberries are ready for picking)
  78. Start to make yoghurt again on a weekly basis
  79. Sort and maintain finances monthly
  80. Set up a monthly grocery budget
  81. Start shopping for items at thrift stores more
  82. Memorize a new scripture verse weekly
  83. Begin a study/research of women of the bible
  84. Make a dried flower arrangement for bathroom
  85. Read “Power of a praying woman”
  86. Start exercise regime
  87. Purchase a new food mixer
  88. Purchase carpets for the apartment
  89. Buy a supply of stamps so these are always on hand
  90. Do batch cooking for the freezer every two to three months
  91. Watch “The War Room" again
  92. Visit “a place of interest” at least once a month
  93. Join The National Trust
  94. Visit friends back home on a regular basis
  95. Purchase a new CD file for music and teaching CDs
  96. Organise wardrobe
  97. Visit hobby craft or similar store to stock up on “card making” materials
  98. Find out how to get involved with a local Adoption Panel
  99. Make a special date with The Lord to include communion twice or more times a month
  100. Start ordering staple foods wholesale (e.g. rice, chickpeas, pulses)
  101. Start the next 101 list on completion of this one