week – I was planning to pick one each week and cross it off. But my list
(which was actually tough to come up with) ended up a little different.
them are more like daily goals – like the starting a two sentence journal one.
I guess I can cross it off once I have done it every day for a week but
hopefully, I can and I will make those items permanent habits. Then there are
those that might take more than a week to accomplish and others that might and
will take just a few hours or a day or two to complete. That is OK, the point
is to have a list of sorts to work on; and in the process, though I have not
made any resolutions like losing weight or reading x number of books, I might
actually meet these unmade resolutions 🙂
them myself and not bother others with my list of goals or items to accomplish!
So, is this doable? I hope so..Anything similar in your list of to-dos??
a letter (yes, the handwritten type) to someone
a photo walk every day of the week
a tourist in your city – visit a tourist spot you have heard of but never
in the park
a sunrise or a sunset or both. Just watch it.
a note to let someone know how much you appreciate what they do
rope with your kids – fun, quality time with your kids and you get to burn
those calories you have been meaning to anyway!
one new artistic skill (for myself, planning to learn how to zentangle!)
an afternoon making crafts
a two-line journal. Write two lines that highlight each day. (starting today)
to a concert with your kids – one they will enjoy – you know, the ones where
they can roar and shake it off!
– at the soup kitchen, a senior center or some other place
a stranger – be genuine about it.
to a museum – alone – and have fun.
caffeine for a week
how to say thank you, hello, please, sorry, and more popular phrases as well as
the numbers 1-10 in two different languages
a poem or a speech(for fun, pick one
additional one in a language you do not know and learn the meaning as well)
week (blogging can be avoided if I actually write and schedule posts ahead of
time) – this means no TV for entertainment and no phones or computers after
work is done. Use this time instead for family board-game nights every night of
a dance routine
to a charity
sugar for a week
one Oscar winning feature film
a photograph, something print worthy – and print and display it
on a play with the kids – no audience needed
to bed before 11 pm every night for a week
one new recipe each night for a week – 7 recipes in all
one new cuisine (new for you – maybe Ethiopian?)
a photo book – pick an event or a year or ..
in touch with an old friend
a local art festival
the farmers market (rather than one week, we should make this once a week!)
public transportation only and make a trip of it with your family
a new look
an outdoor music festival (maybe the Stern Grove one in the city?)
a 5K walk for charity
and organize week – pick the room(s) you want and make sure that you only have
what you absolutely need in that room at the end of the week (and repeat the
a local celebrity (or non-celebrity who deserves to be one) and post on social
about a cause I believe strongly in
it forward – by paying for the person behind you in a line at the tollbooth or
the coffee shop or elsewhere
a fire without matches or a lighter
the 500 words challenge for a
- Create an audio book of a family favorite
with your family
how to use my camera
another 52 list once I cross off all the others