100 things

  1. Finish my degree
  2. Get a driving license
  3. Make a scrapbook for Amy
  4. Brush up on my French
  5. Write a book
  6. Learn how to decorate a cake
  7. Buy a house
  8. Visit 20 European capitals
  9. Fly in a hot air balloon
  10. Improve my cooking skills
  11. See a West End musical
  12. Read ‘Anna Karenina’
  13. Learn how to play tennis
  14. Go to a car boot sale
  15. Don’t pass my phobia of snakes onto Amy
  16. Set up my own business
  17. Have a chocolate fountain
  18. Swim 2 miles
  19. Go snorkeling
  20. Eat in a restaurant with a Michelin star
  21. Read 100 top novels
  22. Take Amy to Disney Land
  23. Have more children
  24. Sleep in a castle
  25. Go abseiling
  26. Be published in a glossy magazine
  27. Learn how to use a sewing machine
  28. Spend a night at the Savoy
  29. Take Ben to a Wimbledon final
  30. Buy a greenhouse
  31. Do a trip around Italy
  32. Attend Cybermummy 2012
  33. Walk on the Great Wall of China
  34. Climb a volcano
  35. See the Wonders of the World
  36. Attend a cookery class
  37. See a movie in a drive-in cinema
  38. Stand under a waterfall
  39. Go clay pigeon shooting
  40. See the Mona Lisa
  41. Adopt an animal
  42. Have a drink at the Ice Bar
  43. Learn how to edit photos
  44. Spend a day in a record studio
  45. See Alan Carr live
  46. Watch all Johnny Depp movies
  47. Grow a Bonsai tree
  48. Spend a night on the beach
  49. Finish a 365 day photo project
  50. Send a message in a bottle
  51. Do 100 sit-ups in a row
  52. Blow glass
  53. Bring Amy up bi-lingual
  54. Plant a tree
  55. Be in the audience of a TV show
  56. Be happy with my weight
  57. Write a blog post a day for a year
  58. Go on a cruise
  59. Complete the Rubik’s Cube
  60. Take a photography class
  61. Learn how to juggle
  62. Have a food fight
  63. Hand-make chocolate
  64. Win an award
  65. Do the Mum’s Race on Sport’s Day although I hate running
  66. Translate another book
  67. Revamp the living room
  68. Revamp the bedroom
  69. Sleep in a tree house
  70. Go on a biathlon holiday
  71. Have a professional photo shoot
  72. Go to a Premier League match
  73. Do a dance class
  74. Swim with dolphins
  75. Fly in a helicopter
  76. Ride a mechanical bull
  77. Join a choir
  78. Get married
  79. Make my bed every day for a year
  80. Build an igloo
  81. Attend my children’s wedding
  82. Kiss under a mistletoe
  83. Buy a hammock and sleep in it
  84. Go kayaking
  85. Renew my lifeguard certificate
  86. Ride on the Orient Express
  87. Teach Amy to treat people with respect
  88. Visit Eden Project
  89. Create a piece of art that is good enough to be hung up in our home
  90. Visit the British Museum
  91. Invent a board game
  92. Write a children’s book
  93. Go to the Winter Olympics
  94. Eat at an undersea restaurant
  95. Visit a planetarium
  96. Watch every movie that has won an Academy Award for Best Picture
  97. Have a spa day
  98. Read Amy a bedtime story every night
  99. Ship all my books over to the UK
  100. Raise £1000 for charity

52 Comments

  1. I love the idea of this list. I may well create my own for 2012. I'll let you know if I do.

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  2. I've got a list of my own, things are just keep mounting up, especially crazy this time of year, I have to take time out of my schedule and sort these things out one by one and not become totally swamped!

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  3. I love this it is making  me do my own to put up on my new blog, I hope you will tick them off as you get to do them! Keep us informed and good luck!

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  4. good idea doing a list! i had to write a 5 year plan when i was about 20. The plan was posted out to me after 5 years and i was surpirsed what i had accomplished.

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  6. This is such an awesome list :) I had a "before 30" list, that's just run out of time, and now I need to work out what structure I want for my next one. At the moment I'm just doing an annual 2013 goals list.

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  7. Wow, a nice list… Have you already done some of the things?? Like fly in a hot air balloon? :)

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  8. Hah, that’s such a great idea, I really need to make one of these, there’s so many things I want to do! :D

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  9. I like the idea of this list, and am inspired to do my own, not as pressuriesed as a New Years Resolution list, but something to reflect on every few weeks – thank you !

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  10. Great idea although I would like to fast forward to number 58, this would be nice.

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  11. I cant believe you’ve never been to a car boot sale, do it soon, look at all the fun your missing :)

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  12. Love your list – I have created one too – I am currently learning to juggle (my 9 year old niece is teaching me lol)

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  13. i love your list some things normal some adventurous and others a bit more out of the ordinary glass blowing made me chuckle :)

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  14. I’d love to know how you are getting on with your list, i’ll have to think about doing one of my own

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  15. List is a nice idea, good to have aspirations. Whilst beneficial to review it, and acknowledge achievements.

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  16. 20 = Eat in a Michelin star restaurant was on my bucket list and have now ticked it, was an amazing experience that I would love to do again. might just add it back to my list as eating in a Michelin star restaurant twice :-)

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  17. Fantastic list! I think I am going to draw one up of my own :-) Writing a book is my lifetime ambition to be honest, but I’m too scared to actually try!

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  18. Great idea :- setting yourself some achievable goals. Sure you’ll feel good each time you tick one off the list.

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  19. What a great list. I haven’t done a list like that since I got married and had the children. Really should try and do another one now.

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  20. Good idea I should do one of my own. Funnily several of my aims would be the same as yours. I live in Cornwall but have never visited the Eden Project.

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  21. Embarrassingly, I’d only managed 15 things off your list, at my age I thought I might have done a few more!

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  22. Fab list some great ideas I especially like the handmade chocolate x think I should get on and make one aswell

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  23. I love this idea! I’d love to write a list and stick to it, however, I never seem to do it. In fact, it’s a case of ‘I’ve never gotten round to it’. Perhaps now is the time to sit down and get it done! x

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  24. What a lovely varied list. I do not aspire to do 100 things as I am retired and living in sheltered housing so opportunities are limited. I think I will draw up a short list however.

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  25. What a great idea, I’m going to do this and I’m going to change the colour of the text as I tick each one off my list. Can’t wait to get started on it!

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