Wednesday, March 15, 2006

I've been trying to accomplish my list of 101 things. Some of the things I crossed off my list is:making my chicken stock, own tomato sauce from scratch, printing out the pictures of what I have on my computer & start putting them in albums, purchased a new car, getting my ears pierced(again), making a good Paella, getting our passports, taking pictures of important items in our house in case of fire and securing those pics in a safe place and going fruit picking. This 101 project has really assisted me in better time management. Now instead of saying "someday when I have time" I put the list on my calendar and do it. I'll never have the time unless I make it. I normally try to accomplish as much during the day by making lists, or multi tasking, but there are still things that need to get done and for me the 101 list has been effective.



Song Stuck In My Head: The recent Old Navy song

Craving: For the lovely weather from last Friday to return

7 comments:

Jesser said...

Good work! Sounds like you've accomplished a lot. I need to a) check some things off my list and b) get back to doing things on that list. ;)

foodiechickie said...

Thanks:) It's an ongoing process:)

Mike said...

That's a pretty neat concept. Where is your list of 101 things?

foodiechickie said...

I haven't posted it yet.

Mike said...

Hrmmm so is posting it online #101 on your list ;-).

Posting it online may be a good motivator as well. If you don't complete something, all your blog friends will know :-).

Rachel and I are doing something similar. We said we would like to try something new, or go someplace new every month. So far we've done the snow tubing and skiing. In June we're going to see a Yankees game at RFK stadium. And we hope to take an art class together. Beyond that, we're just winging it. I sort of want to take a motorcycle safety training class, but Rachel isnt too gung ho about the idea.

Mike said...

Oh and we also attended an art show.

foodiechickie said...

Yeah its on the list. That is neat you try different things. Variety the spice of life!