I know. I know. I am not the only person doing 100 things at the moment
soOo glad I came across THIS now.
I’ve rounded off the number because when someone tells you they have 101 things to do, it sounds like they’re frazzled. I am putting a positive spin on it. And secondly, well … 100. It’s rounder – right.
Celebrating now …
I wasn’t 100% sure how to begin my time off now that I’m not working. Now I am.
I am going to begin on the day after my birthday ➸ 23 September. This will give me time to finish my list where I will hit the road running … in the right direction.
Older. Wiser. ME!
Write post about Creating 100 Things in 1000 Days List (count days, edit + post) DONE! ii. Brain Dump. DONE!
I created the Activities Form below to use after the blank paper Brain Dump I did!
I’ve been using Time System forms for decades and have made it my own based on planners I’ve tried over the years but the Time system won serious awards back in the 1980’s – it’s a hard one to beat. This form is a riff off their Activities Form.
[for some more mundane things on my list – if I don’t get around to doing them, I can just repeat the number the following day (and the following day) until there’s time do to them and I can just refer to the sheet to see what I have to do without writing it over every day … it’s an easy page to create in a bullet journal, too, i.e., columns can be lined up differently]
iii. Categorize 100 Things List before 22 Sept 2017. Celebrate!
100 things in 1000 days
(almost 2.75 years)
- Set up hosting (Labour Day Sale 70% off Siteground) 3 years
- Ready. Set. Go. Post – 23 Sept 2017 – 20 June 2020!
- Write Next Post for brendaintoronto.com about Making A List + Creating Project Sheets