My relationship with New Years resolutions have always been tense. I’d pick a single goal and work towards it with the best of intentions but then life would always get in way. I’d lose my commitment to that goal in favour of new ones or I’d get off track with the inevitable distractions of work, home, friends and relationships. Late 2015, I found the Day Zero Project a new way to motivate myself and I created a 101 Things in 1001 Days List. Creating this list has allowed me to keep track of several goals and it also relieves the pressure of trying to achieve everything in a single year. This works far better me than trying to achieve a single New Years resolution.
Maybe you’d like to give it a go?
I thought I’d do a brief recap of how I went with my list in 2016. While I didn’t really blog about what I had achieved during the year (or about anything at all really…), I did manage to tick off quite a few things off.