101 Goals

    Cooking and Food

  1. Go vegetarian for 1 month
  2. Go vegan for 1 month
  3. Learn how to make wine
  4. Try seitan
  5. Take a pastry-making class
  6. Cook one new recipe per week
  7. Learn how to decorate a cake properly
  8. Make a family recipe cookbook to distribute to family
  9. Host a dinner party
  10. Cook at least 20 recipes out of 2 of my cookbooks
  11. Make 10 different kinds of homemade ice cream
  12. Throw a holiday party
  13. Learn how to pair wine and food
  14. Try 10 new restaurants (1/10)
  15. Host a summer barbeque party
  16. Learn to make 10 new cocktails (1/10)
  17. Learn how to make Grandma’s banana cream pie
  18. Personal Development and Work

  19. Finish my MBA
  20. Start a small part-time home business
  21. Create a personal website
  22. Get my own domain
  23. Have clothes and breakfast/lunch ready for work the night before for one month
  24. Get an office plant
  25. Bring in surprise breakfast or snacks for the office 10 times
  26. Volunteer for a committee/group at work
  27. Activism

  28. Write a letter to congress
  29. Send a care package to a soldier
  30. Get involved with the 2008 campaign
  31. Attend a vegetarian club event
  32. Finances

  33. Put 200/month to pay my student loan
  34. Put 200/month in an IRA
  35. Make a budget
  36. Update Quicken once a week
  37. Start an IRA
  38. Don’t buy anything from the food court at work for one month
  39. No new clothes or shoes for one month
  40. Pay down my student loan by half (down to $7,500)
  41. Make a will
  42. Travel

  43. Visit 5 states I have never been to
  44. See a show at Radio City Music Hall
  45. Visit a country I have never been to before
  46. Go camping
  47. Go to a Steelers game
  48. Health and Fitness

  49. Run a half marathon
  50. Take an adult swim lesson
  51. Meditate for 15 minutes per day for one month
  52. Attend a yoga retreat at the Kripalu Center
  53. Take a rock climbing class
  54. Do 20 minutes of sun salutations before bed every night for 2 weeks
  55. No caffeine for 2 weeks
  56. Floss every day for a month
  57. Volunteer at a marathon
  58. Go parasailing
  59. Get my rollerblades fixed or buy new rollerblades
  60. Art

  61. Make a quilt
  62. Construct a digital photo album of family images
  63. Learn photography
  64. Learn Photoshop
  65. Make a mosaic something
  66. Music

  67. Organize my live music collection
  68. Organize my CD collection on iTunes
  69. Start playing piano again – learn the complete Tori Amos book
  70. Listen to all my CD’s at least once
  71. Sell/give away any CD’s I no longer enjoy
  72. Household

  73. Be able to park both cars in the garage&
  74. Hang up all art/photos in the house
  75. Start a container garden
  76. Create a cleaning schedule and follow it for three months
  77. Purge old magazines and give away
  78. Get rid of at least 25 books I no longer read/want
  79. Organize the electronic cords behind the TV and the computer desk
  80. Paint two canvases for the bathroom
  81. Get new windows for the house
  82. Get rid of 101 material items (magazines/books/CD’s don’t count)
  83. Get a safety deposit box for important documents
  84. Tame the weeds in the backyard
  85. Family and Friends

  86. Take Molly for a walk every day for a month
  87. Take each niece on a special afternoon trip 1 on 1
  88. Volunteer to baby-sit 3 times for the O’Neil’s so they can go out sans children (1/3)
  89. Volunteer to baby-sit 3 times for the Roman’s so they can go out sans children
  90. Prepare a “thanks for everything” meal for Joe
  91. Send Christmas cards out to family and friends
  92. Reconnect with 5 old friends (1/5)
  93. Take Papa on a train ride
  94. Me!

  95. Complete 50 books from my book list (1/50)
  96. Get a massage
  97. Get professional photos done of me and Joe
  98. For one month, go to bed at 9:00 and read books
  99. No TV for one week
  100. Identify 100 things that make me happy
  101. Sell something on Etsy
  102. Start a new blog for this project
  103. Post at least one post for each 101 thing on my list
  104. Take a calligraphy class
  105. Start a hobby for Joe and me to do together
  106. Take one bubble bath per month
  107. Participate in an online book exchange
  108. Get up 1 hour early for 2 weeks to exercise or read
  109. Get a Steelers jersey for myself
  110. Get a Steelers jersey for Molly
  111. And Finally…

  112. Write a new 101 list!

13 responses to “101 Goals

  1. Thanks for your inspiration! I’m just starting on creating my own list, and you gave me some great ideas, including keeping track of the list online!
    Good luck!

  2. I am making a 101 list and we have a lot of the same goals! These were not goals, but I went to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular on Thursday and I’m going to a Steelers game this Thursday! Good luck accomplishing everything!

  3. I’m making list as well! I went tp radio city hall to see christmas spectacular. It was so amazaing. You will luv it. Good Luck accomplishing everything.

  4. i am beast

    I am making a 100 goals list….im making it sorta like a bucket list like I out visit the Great Wall of China or go skydiving. I’m only on 55, but I’m a little over half way to being done, I can’t wait til I’m done and until I get to mark off my accomplished ones…i will tell you guys when I have completed my list and when I have achieved all my goals!! Peace out!!!! ❤

  5. Out of all the 101/1001 lists I’ve gone through your’s inspired my own list the most.

  6. I love this challange, I’m doing it myself right now!
    But good luck!

  7. Hey there Newbie Spikey!
    (for your info, a Spikey is the term for folk who are part of the clan known to be followers of Uncle Spike 🙂

    Thank you… I really appreciate that as I for one, know how many interesting and entertaining blogs are out there.

    Blogging since June 2013, my aim is to deliver an eclectic offering of posts, from my ‘point n shoot’ attempts at basic photography, to the sharing of my travel adventures over the decades, as well as day to day happenings here on the farm. Oh, plus a few observations, opinions and lighter-hearted stuff thrown in for good measure.

    I normally keep to a couple of posts a day, maybe 3-4 at weekends if I have something special to share. But if you are at a loose end one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too. I have added plenty of categories to help in said digging process.

    Thanks again and hope you have a great day…


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  10. Such a cool idea. I make a list of goals every year as well. How many of these have you already accomplished?

  11. I really like these I would do almost all but a few categories

  12. Any goal is feasible if well planned. I recommend trying the https://ismart.life app. I use this app to planning my goals, tasks, projects.This is a very simple and free web app. Has many useful features: goals, projects, budgets, notes, reports, etc You can see the demo and decide whether it suits you or not…

  13. I found this very helpful in trying to set goals for myself. I hope you make your goals (:

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