Day Zero :: why I'm trying to achieve 101 things in 1001 days

Day Zero :: why I'm trying to achieve 101 things in 1001 days

I think we can all admit to having those things that lurk in the back of our minds, destined for a "one day" that never seems to come. Maybe it's cleaning out a junk cupboard, maybe it's doing a bungee jump...whatever it is, putting it on a list and setting a deadline is a way to make "one day" a reality. And surely that is what life should be about, peppering it with those "one days" that make you feel as if you've achieved something, whether that's making your house a home or staring death in the face!

Time passes all too quickly, but putting those things on a list makes it far more likely that you'll grab the time for the little (or big) things in life before you have no more time left to spend.

Has anyone ever attempted a Day Zero challenge? Let me know about your experiences, I love reading about what other people have achieved. Or if you have any "one days" you've not yet got round too, I'd love to hear about those too.

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