| Posted by Bel | The time is 7.15 here in Wellington NZ |
Have you heard of the Day Zero Project? You make yourself a list of 101 things to do in 1001 days and the website helps you keep track.
If you are a dork like me who loves making lists, and realised recently that turning 30 is only eighteen months away, this kind of thing is a goldmine.
My 1001 days takes me to 15th December 2013 and so far I have ticked off one thing on my list (visiting Bridal Veil Falls/Waireinga) and made progress on a few others.
|Photo: A beautiful long waterfall being gazed upon by|
a young girl in a cap and a woman wearing polka dots.
But I haven't actually got the full roster of 101 tasks yet!
Some things were super easy. Straight to the top of the list were things like going on our honeymoon (one day! finally! eventually!), visiting Lou before she retires and moves back here to spend time with her grandkids, and getting some new tattoos.
But once you get to around the #70s of the list, it gets tough. You either start scraping the barrel (#72: Buy a teapot that pours nicely) or get really honest (#76: Financially stable enough to consider pregnancy).
ETA Here are a few other examples:
- Write my pepeha/mihimihi
- Go on a yoga retreat
- Write a children's book
- Get a yukka plant
- Restock on nice perfume
- Buy a food processor or bench top mixer
- Go to the Whangamata beach hop
- Visit the zoo
Do you any ideas for me? Are you doing the Day Zero Project? Do you have a five year plan?