I love food. I think everyone does. But as I grow older my love for food isn’t just limited to pancakes, fries, and anything non-veggie anymore. Quite the opposite really as I love trying out new things.
Generally speaking I’m a pretty happy and positive person but sometimes I can have a day where I just don’t want to get out of bed. It’ll be one of those days where I just can’t find the energy for another day at work or some other mundane chore. And still, even those days often have something positive about them. It’s important to take note of those moments and cherish them.
The very second item on my ‘101 things to do in 1001 days’ is to write a letter to myself to be opened when the 1001 days are over. It is very similar to the number one on my list but has a different meaning and purpose.
As I completed my very first “task” from the 101 things to do in 1001 days list I also had to start with #10 on the list: save $10 for every task I complete! And so I did.
The very first item on my ‘101 things to do in 1001 days’ is to write a letter to myself to open in 10 years. You sometimes see this in movies. Usually it’s a child that writes a letter to themselves to open when they are grown-up. And they always turn out to be so much different than the child-version of them wished for or thought they would be.
There’s quite a few goals that won’t be finished easily or quickly. These are long-term goals and tasks that will last for the duration of this project and hopefully for a long time afterwards!
I’ll be writing individual posts on those sometime down the road but for now I just want to give a quick overview of these long-term goals to get us started with the 101 things in 1001 days project!
Today marks the second start of my ‘101 things in 1001 days’. The first time I attempted this project was late 2014/early 2015. I was doing pretty good but a few months in I managed to lose all my progress when I accidentally deleted everything and came to the conclusion that I had forgotten the most important thing when it comes to website: a proper back-up.