The idea of this is to make a list of 101 things to do over the next 1001 days. I thought it sounded interesting. Even if I don't finish it all, it will still be a cool project to have done.
1. Build a piece of furniture.
2. Refurbish the living room shelves.
3. Take a roadtrip just for fun.
4. Visit Westwood Baptist Church (my church in my hometown, where I became a Christian).
5. Lose 50 pounds (that puts me within my BMI)
6. Learn how to make an Indian dish.
7. Learn how to make a Chinese dish.
8. Sew an article of clothing.
9. Crochet a baby's outfit.
10. Reorganize my kitchen.
11. Reorganize(or, you know, organize) my bedroom.
12. Read the Hunger Games trilogy
13. Read the Dune spinoffs.
14. Read the Temperance Brennan series by Kathy Reichs
15. Grow some of my own food.
16. Watch all of the Star Trek movies.
17. Visit some of my friends from high school.
18. Run/jog or use elliptical for 30 minutes straight.
19. Travel somewhere I have never been before (outside of fieldwork).
20. Make wall decorations.
21. Complete an undergrad scrapbook.
22. Learn how to change the oil in my car.
23. Go an entire week without any television.
24. Work out five times a week for an entire month.
25. Decorate my bedroom like it belongs to an adult.
26. Refurbish my bedroom furniture.
27. Read the Dragons of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey.
28. Finish "The Lord's Table" study
29. Live by myself.
31. Go out with my OT classmates.
32. Read the entire Bible in chronological order.
33. Make a painting for my wall.
34. Go on a date with someone INTERESTING.
35. Learn to play poker.
36. Taste whiskey.
37. Make a Pina Colada from scratch.
38. Decorate for a holiday (beyond just a Christmas tree).
39. Take my dogs with me on a hike.
40. Make a homemade candle WITHOUT exploding wax all over my kitchen.
41. Teach a class.
42. Go an entire month without buying anything non-essential (including sodas, candy, eating out, movie rentals, netflix, etc.)
43. Make an origami rose.
44. Make a doily rug.
45. Go an entire week without getting on my computer (except for school assignments).
46. Get a massage.
47. Get a pedicure.
48. Transfer a photo from paper to canvas.
49. Spend an afternoon taking "artsy" shots.
50. Wear a skirt to class.
51. Get dressed up and spend a night around town (however little that means in this town).
52. Hang out with friends more AWAY from our homes.
53. Attend an OT conference.
54. Volunteer at a soup kitchen.
55. Go on a mission trip.
56. Make my own jewelry organizer.
57. Make a wine bottle tealight chandeleir
58. Crochet a giant (but cute) granny square blanket.
59. Dry my own herbs.
60. Can tomatoes I grew.
61. Make my own scented bath salts.
62. Wrap a present that doesn't look like it was attacked by a six year old.
63. Shop for clothing at a thrift store.
64. Give the clothes I don't wear to a thrift store.
65. Repurpose the clothes I don't wear that even a thrift store would not want.
66. Finish my origami flower ball.
67. Find more uses for hot glue.
68. Use something I find on pinterest in an OT setting.
69. Go an entire week without whining about busy work in my psychosocial classes.
70. Read a collection of Rumi's poetry.
71. Memorize at least one verse from each book of the Bible.
72. Walk Erwin's Centennial trail from beginning to end back to beginning.
73. Read all of Jane Austen's books.
74. Read all of Elizabeth Gaskell's books.
75. Bake a cake from scratch.
76. Read parts of the Quran, the book of Mormon, the Bhagavad-Gita, and other religious texts.
77. See a play.
78. See a musical.
79. Go to a music festival or concert.
80. Successfully do 25 pushups (not the girly kind) at once. (Believe me...it'll be a challenge.)
81. Make my gramma's stuffing.
82. Shoot a gun.
83. Experiment with modge podge.
84. Try Bailey's Irish cream
85. Watch the entire X-Files series.
86. Read the Christian Apocrypha.
87. Go on a challenging hike with my friends (and DON'T whine about the heat, bugs, or my knees).
88. Master a difficult (for me) yoga pose.
89. Go to a beach.
90. Learn how to cook Larb Gai.
91. Learn how to successfully cook a steak that is medium, juicy, and tasty.
92. Babysit for someone.
93. Read an entire month of AJOT from cover to cover.
94. Try the "all-natural" diet.
95. Try the "whole-foods" diet.
96. Host a party (of some sort) at my apartment.
97. Fix something that has broken instead of replacing it.
98. Play in the rain.
99. Do something that I have no desire to do, simply because my friend(s) want me to join them.
100. Give of my time and/or finances to help someone when it is difficult to do so.
101. Put at least 40 entries in a journal (with prayers, short stories, drawings, and actual journal entries).
As I complete an activity, I will post again and mark off the activity.