Commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans will succeed.
A family friend, Jennifer at Nothings and Notions, is doing something known as project 101 in 1001. You can read about it on her blog.
Moriah (my sister) was inspired to do something similar, but on a shorter time schedule. After much deliberation she decided to make 35 goals to accomplish in the next year (365 days). I decided to join her with a list of my own.
Rather than putting together 35 separate goals, many of the things on my list are connected. Some go together as action plans to accomplish one large goal (like publishing a novel) and others stand completely alone (like milking a goat).
So, without further ado, The List!
Blog about 35 in 365
Blog about each goal as I finish it
Record a 17 second miracle for each day of the year
Review Proverbs 31 and help Moriah memorize it
Revise and edit my nano novel so that it is readable
Decide on a title for the novel and create cover art
Order a proof copy from CreateSpace
Listen through the Baby Conference and blog about each topic
Learn to use drupal
Learn to run the new ROBC site and keep it up
Create a header and profile picture for my zibbet shop
Launch my zibbet shop by listing three sets of cards (language of flowers, swirly verses, floral verses)
Design 6 more Literary Heroine outfits
Create and release my Literary Heroines line of My Twinn doll outfits
Spin enough llama wool for moriah to make something
Read Large Family Logistics
Help Daniel finish his makeup book
Publish 3 My Twinn doll clothes patterns
Use 30 yards of fabric in 30 days
Make two entries for MIWW
Post one drawing once a week on my blog for two months
Meal plan and make dinner 14 days in a row
Pack lunch for dad for those two weeks
Try 5 new recipes
Post a recipe every month on CreativeNourishment
Develop a 30-day action plan for decluttering based on FlyLady techniques
Put that plan in use for a month
Decide what worked and what didn’t and tweak the action plan
Do it for another month!
Journal every day for a month
Send an ecard once a week for two months
Send a birthday card to each member of my family (including grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins)
Hand write a letter every month and send via snail mail or deliver in person
Give each of my students a personalized note of encouragement
Milk a goat