Happy Monday! Today I will share with you all my secrets, as promised!
In two days I embark on a new journey into a more extensive project than I have ever before attempted! (Did I keep the secret well enough?) It is called the Day Zero Project, also known as "Mission 101". It is, simply, a mission of completing one hundred and one preset goals in 1001 days.
The items on your list may be anything at all - from keeping your desk clean for one week to visiting a new country to practising random act of kindness on a daily, monthly, or yearly basis. Cool, huh?
Lovelies, I personally invite you to visit my brand new space: Mission: One Oh One! View my list as it stands now (I still have a few adjustments to make before Wednesday), tell me what you think of my goals for the next two and a quarter years, and help cheer me on as I begin crossing things off the list. Please bookmark the page or use the new button on the left sidebar to find your way there again - I welcome all the support I can find!
I will dedicate this blog to the documentation of my progress, my successes and failures, my comments and observations on the project itself, photos, links to others participating, and information on how you can join in, too! Of course, I will keep you updated on My Peacetree, too.
I naturally want to thank a new blog friend, Miss Erica, for inspiring me to do this! She (and her list) can be found here: Be Cheerful. Strive to be Happy. (Please be sure to leave a comment letting her know what you think.) Thank you, Beautiful, for supporting me and helping me and for being such a lovely, sweet lady!
So - please think of me on 23 September and wish me lots of luck for the next 1001 days. If you are inspired to create your own list, let me know and I will add you to my links and cheer you on in your own journey.
Have a wonderful, sparkly, creative day,
PS. Here are some links you may like:
About the Day Zero Project - what it is and how you can start
The Masterlist - links to hundreds of participants and their lists
Day Zero List Makers - support and information for all '101ers'