Sarsm had a good idea: let’s do 101 challenges in 1001 days.  I didn’t think it was a good idea at first (too much like hard work), but I’m always banging on about grabbing opportunities so I thought I’d better grab this one and hold it gingerly by the fingertips and see what happened.  Once I’d hit on my first challenge and was able to start with something already done, I began to warm to it.   The challenge began in March 2011 and ended 19.12.2013.

If a challenge is complete, it is highlighted in red and bold on this page. 

  1. Accept a challenge I don’t really want to do.
  2. Find another 64 challenges for the list.  (38/64) All suggestions gratefully received but not necessarily acted upon.  I’m a wimp.
  3. Get a job.
  4. Do NaNoWriMo.
  5. Win NaNoWriMo.
  6. Do a REAL spring clean.
  7. Type up and print out for folder and notebook over 150 poems I’ve written.
  8. Leave my poems in 101 locations. (0/101)
  9. Find 26 unfamiliar words, one for each letter of the alphabet.   (Words: 26/26)
  10. Then use them in a post a day for 26 days.
  11. Answer all comments received in one day with song lyrics.
  12. Ride my bike twenty out of thirty days.  (0/30)
  13. Ensure Spud can cook before going off to university.
  14. Have the courage to play the drums in church.
  15. Expose myself to twenty new experiences (20/20)
  16. Hit 100,000 visitors on my blog (100,000/100,000)
  17. Hit 250,000 visitors on my blog (344,283/250,000)
  18. Learn how to upload new photos from the camera to the computer for my blog instead of relying on the Hub.  I’ve been blogging for almost two years; I think it’s time.
  19. Learn how to scan photos for my blog  See comment in Challenge 5.
  20. Hug a stranger.
  21. Make thirty submissions to competitions or publishers (42/30)
  22. Blog 1111 times (2068/1111) I don’t think this one is really a challenge for me but I need some that are achievable to keep me going.
  23. Dance in the rain. 
  24. Illustrate one of my poems with the medium of my choice. 
  25. Try olives AGAIN.
  26. Write a letter to someone who taught me something valuable about life and send it to them.
  27. Try out three new recipes (6/15)  This is a huge challenge: I hate cooking; I hate new recipes more than I hate cooking.
  28. Try three new foods (8/3)  I’m not adventurous with food but trying new ones is how I discovered peppers, my favourite vegetable, so I’ll give it a go.
  29. Read 101 new books (84/101)  I lost the habit of reading for pleasure while studying for my degree.  I’m looking forward to this one.
  30. Watch 101 new films (173/101)
  31. Tell a joke every day for the next 1001 days (1001/1001)
  32. Visit five new museums/galleries (4/5)  This will be harder than it sounds because I’ve visited all the local ones and travel finances are restricted.
  33. Make home-made lemonade. 
  34. Watch Gregory Peck in To Kill A Mocking Bird for the first time in over twenty years.
  35. Colour my hair.
  36. Manage ten real sit-ups.  Never ever managed it in 47 years of life. (10/10)
  37. Manage twenty real sit-ups.  I was going to make this a challenge on its own but I need to do it in baby steps; I did consider the challenge, ‘Manage 5 real sit-ups.’ (10/20)
  38. Write 1001 new poems (1115/1001)
  39. Get 101 different flags visiting my blog (262/101) This was a little easier than I expected; I just went to the flag counter and I’ve already had 134 flags visit even before I start the challenge.  So, to make it harder and make up this list…
  40. Get 101 different countries visiting my blog (199/101)
  41. Save £1 for each completed task.  Once I get £101 together, I can treat my family.  £1 per task is my limit because, as the saying goes, there’s always too much month at the end of the money. (0/101)
  42. Finish editing SA Poems.
  43. Send off SA Poems to a publisher.
  44. Start learning to play the guitar.
  45. Buy a guitar.
  46. Discover what Malteser games exist (2)
  47. Invent a new one.
  48. Walk the dogs for 1001 hours (706.55/1001)
  49. Lose some weight.  More than a little; less than a lot.  This is deliberately non-specific because I don’t care enough to work that hard at it, but I could do with shifting a couple of kilos for my health now I’m approaching heart attack season (I suddenly realised the other day that in fifteen years I’ll be 62 – that was enough to give me a heart attack there and then).
  50. Learn the names of the New Testament books as they appear.
  51. Learn the names of all twelve disciples.  I’ve been a Christian for over thirty years; I think it’s time. 
  52. Learn the names of all the Kings & Queens of England in chronological order.
  53. Learn the names of all the British Prime Ministers in chronological order.
  54. Learn the names of all the American Presidents in chronological order.
  55. Learn my baptism versesI knew them in the Revised Standard Version but now I have a New International Version and I get the two versions mixed up.
  56. Go back to computer school
  57. Have a go on every item in the new children’s play area in Gorsey Bank Park.
  58. Get a bike.
  59. Get the first series of Glee on dvd.
  60. Pack away the Hub’s MCFC replica shirts.
  61. Empty the loft again.
  62. Read all the Harry Potters for the sixth time. (7/7)
  63. Buy/swap for my own copies so I don’t have to steal the boys’.
  64. Don’t mention Maltesers in my blog for 10 consecutive days
  65. Go to the theatre.
  66. Reach 30,000 comments on my blog (36,913/30,000)
  67. Reach 100,000 comments on my blog (50,151/100,000)
  68. Learn all the words to the South African National Anthem.  I did start to learn it for the World Cup last year but I never quite got there.  When I know it, I will post a video of me singing it with my eyes closed, to prove I know it.  It will have to be with me singing along, though, if you want some tune to it. 
  69. Learn how to post videos on my blog.
  70. Send a message tied to a balloon, without harming the environment.
  71. Taste a courgette.
  72. Taste cauliflower again.
  73. Not play on King.com for a total of 101 days (498/101)
  74. Decorate our bedroom.  We’ve been in this house 14 years and it has never been decorated (if I discount the sticky-back plastic).
  75. Make a video of me reciting all the lists I’ve learned and post it on my blog.

As you can see, my list falls somewhat short of 101 things to do so if you have any decent/amusing suggestions, I’m all ears.

By the way, if you think this sounds like a fun thing to do, why not join us?  You tailor the tasks to yourself and set your own start date.  You’ll love it.  We have a badge and everything!Write a letter to someone who taught you something valuable about life and send it to them.  If you don’t know where they are, get it published in the paper.

117 Responses to “101/1001”

  1. vivinfrance March 30, 2011 at 07:24 #

    Progress report?

    • Tilly Bud March 30, 2011 at 09:08 #

      I thought I’d post an update once a week, on a Friday.

  2. sarsm March 30, 2011 at 14:29 #

    I like the tie a message to a balloon one. It’s often done here in Germany on mass for celebrations like weddings, or leaving primary school and heading off to high school.

    We had a welcome party for our youngest when she was born and made little cards up which all of the guests filled in. We then tied them to helium balloons and and let them go simultaneously. It looked spectacular and was an amazing feeling all those heartfelt wishes being made for her life.

    We put our address on the back of the cards and a couple were returned to us, one with a lovely letter stating where it was found and by who and wishes from her, for our little Akasha too.

  3. agirlajeepandahouse April 1, 2011 at 20:53 #

    Ooo this looks interesting, I will have to give it some thought and see what I can come up with. I tried the picture a day for 365 days… harder than I thought, I want to retry that since I took a bit of a break. Maybe I will do it on my blog instead of my facebook. Thank you for sharing this idea.

    • Tilly Bud April 1, 2011 at 22:47 #

      Hope you join us! Have you checked out Sarsm’s blog? It was her idea.

  4. Stef April 6, 2011 at 19:33 #

    Hello! I found your blog through sarasm, and have enjoyed reading your 101/1001 list. I’m planning on doing a similar-yet-different thing in 2012 (i.e., I plan on doing one task a day for a year), so I’ve been working on crafting my 365 list. So far I’m at 270 (or so)…I can send you some ideas if you’d like. Just let me know.

    As for #11, I have a cooking website where I make super-easy, very healthy, usually tasty meals. If you’d like to check it out, feel free to do so at http://savorysundays.wordpress.com.

  5. Perfecting Motherhood April 29, 2011 at 00:52 #

    I’m in! Even though it was tough to come up with some tasks in the beginning, I ended up deleting some. I’ve very excited to take on this challenge!

  6. sarsm May 2, 2011 at 14:19 #

    Hey we have another interested party!! I gave her your blog address Tilly! We could soon be 5!

    • Tilly Bud May 2, 2011 at 18:35 #

      That’s great news! You’re rounding ’em up like a pro.

  7. imawestie May 10, 2011 at 12:02 #

    This challenge sounds like a really great thing. I’d have to work agest to work out what my challenges need to even be though!

    So far I’m working on “ten blog posts in a month”. I’ve gotta boost up from punching random letters into my phone every morning during my commute… surely something there will become worth showing the world?

    • Tilly Bud May 13, 2011 at 08:52 #

      HI, imawestie! I’m sorry, I’ve only just seen your comment or I’d have replied earlier.

      You should think about joining us; I can’t tell you how much fun we’re having.

      One of your challenges could be – like mine – to add more challenges to your list.

      Thanks for your visit and I hope you’ll consider joining us.

  8. Emma May 15, 2011 at 11:22 #

    Hi, I started my list a while ago but just found Sarsm’s blog (and then realised it was mine that inspired her!) so I’m updating my page and joining forces with you both :)

    • Tilly Bud May 15, 2011 at 15:28 #

      That’s great news! And thanks for starting us off in the first place :)

  9. emsyjo May 20, 2011 at 19:39 #

    Have you been on the Day Zero website? http://dayzeroproject.com/ I got some ideas from there when I was compiling my list (which took me ages by the way!)

    • Tilly Bud May 21, 2011 at 10:17 #

      I have now, thank you! I hadn’t heard of it but I was pleased to see quite a few of my own on there…though it means I am not as original as I like to think :)

  10. mamamash May 24, 2011 at 15:08 #

    Your list was very educational – it forced me to Google “Maltesers,” as I had no idea what they were. Glad to see that you’re completing your challenges!

    • Tilly Bud May 24, 2011 at 19:43 #

      Hello. and welcome! I am always shocked when I hear someone doesn’t know Maltesers. :) But it’s probably just as well – I’m busy buying up the world’s supply.

      • Siggi in Maine June 5, 2011 at 05:24 #

        I admit I had to look it up…Malteaser…sigh.
        Interesting word. Now I have to go and read your blogs so I can see in what way you use it ☺.

        Your description of yourself is endearing…gave me some ideas how to “round off” the facts when I have to do the same. Am happy I found your blogs…look forward to reading about your life and thoughts about life.

  11. Marcy (Too Timid) May 27, 2011 at 10:46 #

    Hi, I have a list too–so much fun. I suggest one that I tried and found incredibly difficult: Don’t complain about anything for a week. Also: Watch the sunrise and sunset in the same day. Ride a mechanical bull (I am slated to do that tomorrow night. We’ll see.

    • Tilly Bud May 27, 2011 at 12:56 #

      There’s a few on your list that I like and will be borrowing.

      Thanks for stopping by :)

  12. Kasi June 18, 2011 at 17:34 #

    I’m so interested in doing this…I think I’ll create my own list…

    • Tilly Bud June 19, 2011 at 20:22 #

      Oh, please do! It’s great fun. You can do it yourself, or join us: set your own start date,your own tasks…we just offer moral support and a badge. :)

      I didn’t expect to, but I am really enjoying the tasks.

  13. Sammyjoe June 26, 2011 at 11:11 #

    Hi Tilly, love your blog and love your 101 list. I’m also working on a 101 list. My blog http://ebonydeights.blogspot.com. Wish you the best.

    • Tilly Bud July 1, 2011 at 09:06 #

      Hi Sammyjoe.

      I tried to visit you but the link doesn’t work.

      I hope your challenge goes well.

  14. analyfe June 30, 2011 at 22:32 #

    This is such a wonderful idea! Good luck with everything. :)

    • Tilly Bud June 30, 2011 at 22:35 #

      Thanks! Do you fancy having a go? It’s great fun.

      • Corkscrewboo July 1, 2011 at 08:51 #

        Such a brilliant idea, I’m new to blogging and so far finding it hard to get inspired if you know what I mean, I would love to try it what do I have to do?

      • Tilly Bud July 1, 2011 at 09:07 #

        Analyfe, I checked you out and you have your own interesting list :)

  15. Tilly Bud July 1, 2011 at 09:14 #

    Corkscrewboo (great name!), it’s easy.

    Think of 101 tasks, big and/or small you want to do; perhaps things you’ve been meaning to get around to, and things you’ve always fancied doing. The challenge just gives you focus. I haven’t completed making a list yet and I’m three months in. You could trawl around the other 101ers’ blogs for ideas.

    Most of us have set up a separate page for the list, and share a logo, which you can get by contacting Sarsm. You set your own tasks and own pace for doing them. No pressure and no sign up.

    We all approach it differently. I started on a Friday, so every Friday I do a brief update.

    You can find the others by looking right, under 101/1001ers.

    I hope you join us; it’s great fun.

  16. sammyjoe July 1, 2011 at 13:38 #

    Hi Tilly, the link is http://ebonydelights.blogspot.com/

  17. fisefton July 1, 2011 at 18:45 #

    Hi Tilly

    I have a malteasers game for you to be able to complete task 34:

    Put a big bag of malteasers in a bowl, take it in turns to pick up (and eat if you can pick it up) a malteaser with a pair of chopsticks.

  18. Sammyjoe July 2, 2011 at 11:33 #

    Hi Tilly, for you to get the timer on my 101 list just click it and it will take you straight to the website and you can create your own.

  19. Khalid July 18, 2011 at 15:34 #

    Challenge= I like –> Good Luck

    Seriously, I like challenges. I think I might steal a few ideas from here.

    • Tilly Bud July 18, 2011 at 22:54 #

      Please help yourself! I stole quite a few from other bloggers.

      If you fancy joining us to do 101 things in 1001 days, just contact Sarsm for the widget. Her blog is on the right.

  20. Jillian ♣ July 26, 2011 at 19:28 #

    Wow on #28! That’s awesome!!

    I love #40-44. And #48 – I should have added all of those. Next list, maybe. :-)

    • Tilly Bud July 27, 2011 at 09:24 #

      You’re already thinking of a next list…? Now that’s awesome!

  21. Dave Schofield July 27, 2011 at 23:21 #

    Hey, reading your post after Sammy Dee @ Manchester Meanders mentioned it just noticed one of your challenges is send off 30 poems, I write, have you discovered duotrope.com?

    Just a thought. I am doing a photo 365 project for 2011, may consider various daily challenges for 2012!!

    • Tilly Bud July 29, 2011 at 17:45 #

      I saw it a long tome ago, but I’d forgotten. Thanks!

  22. Paula Tohline Calhoun August 6, 2011 at 16:20 #

    I am actually giving this some thought. . .just to prove how totally out of my mind I truly am. . .

  23. We're Jumpin' August 15, 2011 at 17:18 #

    I want to join with yall :) It might be a few days before I get started though.

    • Tilly Bud August 15, 2011 at 18:12 #

      Whenever you’re ready, we’re glad to have you!

  24. SammyDee August 16, 2011 at 13:28 #

    Hello, I thought you’d like to know we have a new challenger! http://sillywrongbutvividright.wordpress.com/day-zero/

    Dave and I inspired her to join up, so that’s 1 off my list. Only 100 left to go for me!

  25. DadToLibbs.com August 29, 2011 at 06:52 #

    If you want, you can check out my blog for my ‘101’ list. I always love to get new readers, and love to look at other people’s lists. Let me know if you ever visit my site by leaving a comment. I’d love to hear from you.

  26. Fi (Wonderfully Wired Mum) September 12, 2011 at 06:33 #

    i think i wanna play too!

    • Tilly Bud September 12, 2011 at 11:34 #

      You should, but only if you promise not to put pressure on yourself to do it. Only include things you really want to do; and put some easy tasks in.

  27. Just Another Housewife September 27, 2011 at 15:31 #

    Hey there, I just started blogging (just another housewife). I love your blog and decided since I’m rather mundane and don’t have much to talk about that I’d try the 101/1001 challenge. So far it’s been fun. Now to find the sympathetic readers to cheer me on. :)

    • Tilly Bud September 27, 2011 at 15:36 #

      Hi there! Welcome: to this blog and the challenge. Do you have a 101/1001 widget? Click the link on the right for Sarsm and leave a message and she’ll send you the info.

      Lovely to have you join us :)

    • Manchester's Artistic Son September 27, 2011 at 19:00 #

      hey ‘just another housewife’ I read your blog, but as it’s a blogspot I couldn’t work out hows to
      a) subscribe
      b) comment
      c) like
      So you are getting readers even though you think you aren’t. Good luck with blogging…I couldn’t imagine doing it everyday like you seem to be doing, I do it twice a week, but tilly bud does it daily. If you have twitter and facebook pages you should advertise each of your postsa on there, which on wordpress is easy but…? Good luck with it!

      • Tilly Bud September 29, 2011 at 10:24 #

        All great advice!

      • Just Another Housewife September 29, 2011 at 16:26 #

        Oh so happy to see I have some readers. I’m not yet real clear on how blogger works so I guess I’ll have to figure it out so other’s can follow. I’ve yet to tweet anything but suppose it’s one of those things everyone eventually does, like digital cameras (I fought those when I was still in the dark room at college :). Anyways. I’ll figure out how to make my blog more follower friendly. Thanks for the tips!

  28. jbmumofone October 20, 2011 at 08:39 #

    Wow, great list. Makes mine look a bit boring though! Have only ticked off 9 so far. Good luck with yours. You seem to be doing really well.

  29. Louise October 23, 2011 at 00:48 #

    I love this challenge! I love how your like to “grab the opportunity”.


  30. Deb October 24, 2011 at 15:34 #

    Ooooh, this sounds wonderful! I must come up with a list like this. Posting in public on my blog (www.TitusTwoFriends.blogspot.com) would mean I’ll HAVE to follow-through or get raked over the coals! (Good idea!)

    My first time here…..but I’m adding you to my blog roll–hope you don’t mind!….

    • Tilly Bud October 25, 2011 at 10:42 #

      Of course not! Thank you :)

      You should join us: it’s great fun, you set your own list, and you always have something to blog about. Check out the 101/1001 blogroll to the right for Sarsm; she’ll set you up with the logo and everything. And there’s no commitment: you don’t like it, you stop.

  31. Piglet in Portugal November 13, 2011 at 20:40 #

    Eat ssome sanils! Go on I dare you!

  32. ♡ The Tale Of My Heart ♡ January 1, 2012 at 20:45 #

    Happy New Year 2012 :) have fun

    Zahir :)

    • Tilly Bud January 2, 2012 at 12:03 #

      Thank you, Zahir. And to you! It was nice to meet you this (last!) year :)

  33. Lizze April 14, 2012 at 15:26 #

    I love that you are doing the “1011 in 1001″…I found it on another blog a year or so ago but I haven’t seen any other bloggers tackle it (besides myself) since then. So I’ll be anxiously following you on your journey while I take my own. :-) I love some of what you came up with too. I might “borrow” (a.k.a. steal ;-) lol) them to fill in a few empty spots I have, if you don’t mind. :-)

  34. inspiredlivingkc May 28, 2012 at 03:28 #

    How exciting that you are inspiring so many people to challenge themselves. Do you have any idea how many bloggers are trying this now?

  35. mystudentstruggles July 21, 2012 at 20:49 #

    Great idea :D Good luck with the rest of the list

  36. sgmarinova July 22, 2012 at 11:21 #

    37. is awesome :) Here is a Bulgarian visitor for you :)

  37. Janet Yarwood November 2, 2012 at 17:29 #

    Hello, I’ve just popped over from the Manchester WriMos facebook page. It’s my first time doing NaNoWriMo too and I only got onto it because of my day zero list. Are you still keeping up with the 101/1001? If you’re still looking for challenge ideas check out my list http://www.dottydoingstuff.blogspot.com

  38. wavensongz December 16, 2012 at 22:41 #

    This was An Awesome READ!!! ;-D

  39. Ana Perry December 26, 2013 at 22:47 #

    I’m exhausted reading your list. It’s going to take some effort to think about this but I will think about it. I have one already…I will color my hair this year. I plucked 8 greys yesterday then I just took my hair crayon and covered the rest. I think it’s time for the old Miss Clairol to come for a visit, or move in permanently, yes, pun intended. Good luck on your adventure, Ana

    • The Laughing Housewife December 26, 2013 at 23:26 #

      Thank you, Ana; and for following my blog. I’m afraid you’ve arrived at the end of the journey. I finished the challenge on December 19th and I’m taking a break from blogging until February.

      I will be back, however, so I do hope you’ll wait for me :)

      • Ana Perry December 27, 2013 at 04:59 #

        Well that’s too bad, guess I should have read more posts, I might have figured it out. But I’m still thinking about it, And yes, now that I’m following I’ll get notices when you start posting again. Have a good rest.

  40. Lynn May May 18, 2015 at 03:36 #

    If you appreciate to Freecycle, check out Freecycle USA for some wonderful content about Freecycling and Recycling. They also have a fantastic tiny Reuse Retail outlet.

    • The Laughing Housewife May 22, 2015 at 11:52 #

      I do use it! I’ve been a member for years, though it’s now called Freegle here in the UK.

      Thanks for your visit.


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