Posted in Monthly Checklists

Monthly List: March 2013

250 Be the protagonist of your life
243 Buy a star and have it named for someone
257 Change your first name
258 Clean up your room
249 Dye your hair
252 Finish your dissertation
263 Fly a kite
247 Get your hair cornrowed
260 Go to an Italian opera
256 Go wine-tasting in Sonoma County, California
242 Have a bowl of Corn Pops or Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch
268 Kiss the Blarney Stone
261 Learn sign language
241 Learn the names of ten constellations
262 Make paper dolls
248 Make your own beer
246 Plant a tree
253 Ride a gondola in Venice
244 Ride an elephant
259 Roast marshmallows in your backyard
254 See a live performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
269 Sing and dance with gypsies
267 Spend a week at a spa
264 Swallow your pride
255 Take a helicopter ride over New York City
270 Take the last train to Clarksville
251 Throw a coin in the Fontana di Trevi in Rome
266 Toast your father for no particular reason
265 Visit Ayers Rock in Australia
245 Write your own National Enquirer article

Every month I am taking 30 items from the 2001 Things to Do book and creating a short checklist. I am using this as inspiration to work on crossing things off the list, maybe not particularly from that month, but overall to do something different. This is not necessarily a “bucket list”; it is a goal that by doing something new (or doing something I’ve done before but hadn’t documented it with photos or journaling) I will keep from feeling in a rut. I will be able to look back at the little, big, sad, happy, joyful, or heart thumping moments and feel my life has value.

One of my favorite quotes is:

“A good life is a collection of happy moments” by Dennis Waitley

This is a reminder to myself of why I have this blog. I’m working through posting all the items from the book and beyond, to keep in mind to do something. To get out there for experiences and adventures.

I’d love to hear if you have done any of these. Or if you have other ideas to try.

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