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100 Things in 2013

I've jumped on the "100 things to do in 2013" bandwagon, and it feels good!!!

Many of my friends are brilliant.  At the very least, they're smarter than me.  One of them sparked an idea that I'm embracing with as much energy and zeal as I can muster.  That notion revolves around listing 100 things to do in the coming year.  100 things to improve my life, my health, the welfare of my family and the state of the world around me.  I love every iota of this idea, and in the spirit of sharing, I give you the first 25 on my list of 100 things I plan to do in 2013.

  1. Begin saving for a family vacation to Disney World
  2. Make a greater effort to floss every night
  3. Take more photographs
  4. Allow others to take more photographs of me with my family
  5. Attend my 20th high school reunion
  6. Walk with my dog everyday
  7. Go paddleboarding
  8. Complete one knitting project
  9. Visit Cape Cod (as a lifelong resident of CT, I'm almost ashamed to admit I've never seen the Cape. Alas my plan to remedy that this year.)
  10. Write everyday
  11. Spend less time on Facebook (THAT will be a challenge)
  12. Use more coupons
  13. Pay off at least 60% of my debt
  14. Relinquish "friends" that aren't so friendly anymore
  15. Adopt another dog
  16. Attend a movie alone
  17. Educate myself about the difference between term and whole life insurance
  18. Purchase aforementioned life insurance
  19. Exercise more patience with my husband
  20. Exercise more patience with my children
  21. Exercise more, period
  22. Hire a new babysitter
  23. Arrange date nights with hubby at least once a month
  24. Take a writing class...or two!
  25. Take a photography class

 

What's on your list?

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