Here it is! As promised, my fourth 101 in 1001 list, with a start date of tomorrow, December 28, 2017. It will finish in September of 2020, giving me about 2.75 years to complete all the goals on this list.
This is my version of a New Year’s resolution. Instead of a vague goal for the year, I have a list of specific tasks that I want to accomplish in a certain amount of time. I love that I have specific goals on my list, but I love that I have the flexibility of almost three years to complete everything.
I also like that I’m starting just after Christmas this time. Christmas was fantastic this year, but as I’m sure most people find as the holidays begin to wind down – it’s a good time of year to start fresh and have some new beginnings.
I’m changing things up a bit this time around. I’ve decided to stay away from more mundane “things” or “tasks” on this list, and instead have replaced “things” with “adventures”.
And by adventures I don’t necessarily big, complicated travels that span the globe – I’ve tried to choose a mix of things, including a lot of “everyday adventures” that I can do with my family. I’ve really tried to focus on the experiences we will enjoy together and remember for a long time to come.
It’s so easy sometimes to get caught up in the chaos of life, all the commitments and craziness, and the things you feel like you have to get done, and you can forget about the simple things or put them on the back burner. My goal with this list is not to forget about those simple things and to really carve out the time to spend with my family doing and adventuring and enjoying life.
I’m excited to get started and excited to try a new direction with this! If anyone has a 101in1001 list of their own, I would love to see it, so please share below! I’d love the company!
So here it is: 101 Adventures in 1001 Days
To keep up with my progress on my 101 in 1001 challenge, visit this page.
Start Date: December 29, 2017
End Date: September 25, 2020
Not Yet Started
101 Adventures in 1001 Days – The List
[ ] 1. Have a day out with K
[ ] 2. Have a day out with J
[ ] 3. Have a weekend away with Dave
[ ] 4. Take the kids to a water park
[ ] 5. Take a family day trip spending less than $75
[ ] 6. Have an at home camp out
[ ] 7. Teach Kobi to swim
[ ] 8. Visit my childhood home
[ ] 9. Try a new winter sport or activity
[ ] 10. Go for a walk in the snow
[ ] 11. Go tobogganing
[ ] 12. Go skating outdoors
[ ] 13. Go for a walk on the beach in the winter
[ ] 14. Play in the snow
[ ] 15. Cut our own Christmas tree
[ ] 16. See a Christmas light display
[ ] 17. Have a Christmas baking extravaganza
[ ] 18. Go paddleboarding
[ ] 19. Go kayaking
[ ] 20. Spend a day at the beach
[ ] 21. Paddle a canoe
[ ] 22. Go swimming
[ ] 23. Try a new summer sport or activity
[ ] 24. Wade in a river
[ ] 25. Jump off a cliff
[ ] 26. Swim in a lake or ocean
[ ] 27. Swim in a waterfall
[ ] 28. Watch a movie outside
[ ] 29. Ride a roller coaster
[ ] 30. Go whale watching
[ ] 31. Ride a fat bike
[ ] 32. Ride 3 new bike trails
[ ] 33. Bike in 3 different provinces or states
[ ] 34. Ride along the waterfront
[ ] 35. Ride 500km in a year
[ ] 36. Bike from Niagara Falls to Niagara on the Lake
[ ] 37. Participate in the Dairy Capital Stampede
[ ] 38. Do a trail ride with K & J
[ ] 39. Take a bike trip
[ ] 40. Learn to jump my bike
[ ] 41. Do a group ride
[ ] 42. Camp at a park we’ve never been to before
[ ] 43. Try off season camping in a yurt
[ ] 44. Go backcountry camping
[ ] 45. Hike all the trails in a provincial park
[ ] 46. Have a campfire
[ ] 47. Camp on the beach
[ ] 48. Visit a new playground
[ ] 49. Visit the library
[ ] 50. Go minigolfing
[ ] 51. Go to the movies
[ ] 52. Walk under the stars
[ ] 53. Have a picnic
[ ] 54. Take sewing lessons
[ ] 55. Explore a cave
[ ] 56. Visit 5 waterfalls
[ ] 57. Go on a hike
[ ] 58. Go horseback riding
[ ] 59. Go rock climbing
[ ] 60. Go ziplining
[ ] 61. Go rafting
[ ] 62. Go on a hike that’s longer that 2-3 hours
[ ] 63. Climb a waterfall
[ ] 64. Walk on a suspension bridge
[ ] 65. Ride in a hot air balloon
[ ] 66. Jump on a trampoline
[ ] 67. Visit Pelee Island
[ ] 68. Visit PEI
[ ] 69. Visit Wolfe Island, Kingston
[ ] 70. Visit Montreal
[ ] 71. Visit 5 cities I’ve never been to before
[ ] 72. Visit Manitoulin Island
[ ] 73. Explore 5 small towns
[ ] 74. Explore Toronto
[ ] 75. Take a road trip
[ ] 76. Visit 3 lighthouses
[ ] 77. Visit a national park
[ ] 78. Visit 5 landmarks/historic sites
[ ] 79. Ride a train
[ ] 80. See the ocean
[ ] 81. Visit 6 different provincial parks
[ ] 82. See the Northern Lights
[ ] 83. Visit a museum
[ ] 84. Participate in a craft show
[ ] 85. Take a class or attend a workshop
[ ] 86. See a professional ballet
[ ] 87. See a professional musical/theatre show
[ ] 88. Go to a professional sports game
[ ] 89. Attend a festival
[ ] 90. Spend a day at a flea market/craft show
[ ] 91. Go bowling
[ ] 92. Watch fireworks
[ ] 93. Have a day out with no plan in mind
[ ] 94. Be outside for the sunrise
[ ] 95. Be outside for the sunset
[ ] 96. Take a waterfront drive
[ ] 97.
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[ ] 100.
[ ] 101.
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**And no, I didn’t forget about my reading challenge! I’m still doing my 101 Books in 1001 Days, but I’m keeping it completely separate this time around. Check back tomorrow to see that new list!