Whew, it’s been awhile since I’ve talked about my 101 things, but I thought I’d repost it so a) I could revisit my list and begin making plans and b) some of you are new followers and have probably never seen it!
Thanks to Mackenzie Horan and Annie Reeves I have been inspired to complete 101 things in 1001 days. I had so much fun putting together this list and can’t wait to start it. Some of these are things I’ve always wanted to do and others I came up with completely on the spot. Either way I’m excited to start this journey and of course I’ll be sharing my completed tasks along the way! Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Start Date: August 27th, 2014
End Date: May 24th, 2017
1.) Get an internship in NYC or LA. (Summer 2015 and 2016, New York City)
2.) Read a Harry Potter book, or maybe the whole series. (yes, I’ve never read Harry Potter)
3.) Call my grandmother at least three times a week. 4.) Buy a lottery ticket. (January 2016) 5.) Learn to use chopsticks. (Summer 2016)
6.) Read 30 books. (13 so far)
7.) Go internet free for one weekend. (July 2016) 8.) Make the Dean’s or President’s List, again and again. (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016)
9.) Visit St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
10.) Go to Pilates/Yoga weekly.
11.) Make edible and chewable french bread.
12.) Do something fun/unique or go somewhere for my 21st birthday.
13.) Graduate college on time, if not early. (May 6, 2017)
14.) Go on a picnic.
15.) Pay for someone’s Starbucks or the food of the person behind me in a drive-thru. (idea from Annie Reeves)
16.) Go on a hike or camping trip with my dad.
17.) Treat my mom to a girls spa weekend.
18.) Make it on TV during an Alabama football game. (October 2014) 19.) Buy a “big girl” handbag. (Mansur Gavriel, July 2015)
20.) Go to three or more concerts. (Hozier July 2015, Ellie Goulding June 2016)
21.) Learn how to whistle.
22.) Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
23.) Bake a “completely from scratch” chocolate cake. (May 2015)
24.) Begin painting again. (I loved painting abstract pieces in high school.)
25.) Learn to tie a tie.
26.) Participate in an Everygirl challenge.
27.) Start a NYC fund. (That’s where I currently want to live after graduation.) (Summer 2015) 28.) Get a new bedspread/bed set. (May 2017)
29.) Attempt to like mushrooms. I’m not a picky eater at all, but I can’t stand mushrooms.
30.) Get new stationary.
31.) Buy a nice pair of heels. (April 2017)
32.) Go blueberry or strawberry picking every summer.
33.) Go to a concert in Madison Square Garden. (Ellie Goulding, June 2016) 34.) Get my hands on a Mansur Gavriel. (July 2015) 35.) A month free of shopping, only saving. (January, February, November 2015) 36.) Attend an MLB game. (Yankees game, August 2015)
37.) Learn how to make a seasonal floral arrangement.
38.) Buy a set of framed butterflies.
39.) Learn to french braid.
40.) Netflix free for one month. (April 2015)
41.) Make a piece of jewelry.
42.) Bike to Seaside one morning at the beach. (January 2016) 43.) Go white water rafting or kayaking. (August 2016)
44.) Play tennis one summer afternoon.
45.) Make popsicles.
46.) Figure out then perfect the proper pushup.
47.) Get a job.
48.) Plant pansies this winter. (2015 and 2016)
49.) Carve a pumpkin one Halloween.
50.) Have a dinner party and cook for all my friends.
51.) Buy flowers for someone. (May 2016) 52.) Cast my first vote. (November 2016)
53.) Learn how to curl my hair without frying it.
54.) Pull off an April Fools joke.
55.) Learn how to properly apply makeup / have a go-to routine.
56.) Wash my car once a month.
57.) Get a new computer after I graduate. (Couldn’t wait that long… August 2016)
58.) Go scuba diving.
59.) Bake an apple pie in the fall.
60.) Raise my hand in class more often.
61.) Run more often.
62.) Disconnect from social media entirely for one week. (July 2016)
63.) Make ice cream in the summer.
64.) Have a signature nail color.
65.) Grow tomatoes one summer.
66.) Learn / train to finally do a pull up.
67.) Buy a chic piggybank and then save, save, save.
68.) Visit Dallas and/or Austin, Texas. #texasforever
69.) Go to a state I’ve never been to.
70.) See another broadway play when I’m in NYC. Wicked, perhaps? (July 2015) 71.) Book a trip to Paris. (March 2017)
72.) Take a ski trip one winter.
73.) Go back to one of my favorite cities, San Francisco.
74.) Take a weekend trip to Nashville with friends.
75.) Go to at least three away football games. (2, LSU and SEC Championship)
76.) Cross the bridge and venture around Brooklyn. (Summer 2016)
77.) Visit the Hamptons.
78.) Take a trip to the lake one weekend.
79.) Go to New Orleans, just because.
80.) Move somewhere after I graduate.
81.) Visit a museum that I’ve never been to. (The Met, Museum of the City of New York, The American Museum of Natural History, The British Museum, Musee d’Orsay)
82.) Get a cronut in NYC.
83.) Go to Italy.
84.) Get business cards! 85.) Buy a nice camera.
86.) Take a photography class.
87.) Hit 1,000+ followers on Instagram.
88.) Have more outfit posts.
89.) Learn to not be so camera shy.
90.) Increase page views substantially.
91.) Interact with other bloggers and industry leaders on social media more often. 92.) Take a social media class at school. (Spring 2016) 93.) Attend a conference or class (blogshop). 94.) If need be, make updates to the blog! (Added a shop page) 95.) Be a guest blogger on someone else’s blog. 96.) Have a few guest bloggers on here!
97.) Learn how to use Twitter effectively and efficiently.
98.) Meet some of the bloggers I admire when I visit their respective cities.
99.) Gain blog followers on Bloglovin, Facebook and email subscriptions.
100.) Continue to have fun on here and take a break when needed.
101.) Lastly, complete these 101 things!
I completed 40 things.