101 in 1001 Recap

“Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.”
― Louisa May Alcott

101 things in 1001 days

Today my first 101 in 1001 list comes to an end. I didn’t manage as many things as I wanted and my decisions around work somewhat took energy away from some of my bigger goals over the past year and a half…but I completed 50% of my list and I feel okay about that.

I also learned that for me breaking goals down into chunks really helped me accomplish them better, that short term goals often turned into long term habits, and keeping a record of the ones I was working on really kept me on target.

Et alors, my second list kicks off on Monday, watch this space!

5 thoughts on “101 in 1001 Recap”

      1. Currently de-cluttering and tidying like crazy! 🙂 I’ve been reading Marie Kondo’s book ‘The Life-changing Magic of Tidying’ and it inspired me. Started out with clothes, as she suggested, and have now moved on to books and papers.

      2. My sock drawer has not been the same since reading that book. Good luck with the declutter, I’m going to need your best tips on that soon…a move is now in the works.

      3. Haha, mine too! 🙂 I folded my socks the way she suggests. I haven’t bothered to fold all my clothes with her method though — mine works fine for me. Although I did try her suggestion of hanging wardrobe items from left to right according to heaviness — coats on the left and dresses, skirts, shirts etc. towards the right.

        Exciting news about the move! 🙂

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