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New 101-in-1001 project launched

It’s not my fault, I swear! I started a list in 2005 at the same time as Martin Ackerfors, and when he started talking about launching a new list, I couldn’t resist the urge to create a new one of my own as well. For those of you unfamiliar with the project, the idea is to set 101 goals and complete them in 1001 days. The goals can be anything you like as long as they are clearly defined.

The list can be find in the left-hand menu or you can follow this link to go to the 101-in-1001 project page directly!

It took  me several weeks to compile the list, but I think I’m satisfied with most of the goals now, even though I won’t hesitate to change items that become out-dated or can be replaced by something better. The list will be hosted both here and on the Day Zero Project website. In general, I will do all the small updates on the external list (such as updates on how I’m doing with certain goals and what smaller goals I break down major goals into). However, by following everything I write here on Snigel.nu, you will get all the major updates and the things that really matter.

One of the goals on the list is to go through the list and explain and/or motivate all the goals, so expect regular updates on this topic until the entire list is covered. This is partly in order to explain to readers what I’m doing, but mostly it’s to make sure that I know what I’m doing. Stay tuned, first post coming soon