Sunday, October 12, 2008

104 in Things in 104 Weeks

Inspired by Emily's list of 101 things to do in 1001 days I decided to try to spice up our life, start some family traditions, and just have more fun by completing 104 things in 104 weeks.

Why 104? Because 104 is the number of weeks in 2 years. And I can, with some planning, complete 1 thing per week. So far I have only 79 things me think of another 25. Leave your suggestions in the comments (cheaper and simpler=better because some of these are going to be a little crazy.

  1. Drive the Alpine Loop to see the leaves Completed October 2, 2009
  2. Go see Savior of the World in December Completed November 22, 2008
  3. Go to a bell choir concert
  4. Make Christmas sugar cookies and take them to friends and neighbors
  5. Give service for those less fortunate than us Completed November 2008
  6. Try out the restaurant at the Huntsman Cancer Institute Restaurant
  7. Hike the Bonneville Lake Trail
  8. Hike Mt. Timpanogas (whichever trail is easiest. lol) planning so we can be at the top for the sunrise.
  9. Visit Antelope Island
  10. Visit the Mexican restaurant by Albertsons on University Ave. Completed October 28, 2008
  11. Take our picnic basket to Memory Grove and then walk around downtown after taking pictures
  12. Have family pictures taken (twice -- once each year) Completed November 2009
  13. Send out Christmas cards Completed May 2010
  14. Go to a summer concert in the park Completed June 23, 2009
  15. Visit Dinosaur Park in Ogden
  16. Go to the SLC Farmer's Market
  17. Visit the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point
  18. Go to This is the Place Park on Pioneer Day
  19. See a play at the Shakespeare Festival
  20. Go see the witches at Gardner Village
  21. Go to a spa and get a couple's massage Completed Septemberish 2009
  22. See the Christmas Lights at Temple Square Completed December 6, 2009
  23. Go ice skating
  24. Take a community class together
  25. Volunteer together
  26. Babysit for someone in our ward for free
  27. Go tubing down the Provo River
  28. Make our own Christmas stockings Completed December 11, 2008
  29. Go fly kites on a windy day
  30. Create a way to display snapshots in our home before we frame or scrapbook them
  31. Run a 5K together
  32. Refinish the kitchen table
  33. Buy a present for a child we don't know for Christmas
  34. Take a road trip to Idaho to see Carrie & Heidi
  35. Go paragliding
  36. Visit the Ogden Balloon Festival
  37. Visit the Kennecott Copper Mine
  38. Hike Rock Canyon Park
  39. Have another evening with our neices and/or nephews
  40. Go visit Minnetonka Cave at Bear Lake
  41. Walk around BYU campus in Spring...taking pictures of my favorite places
  42. Take Joe to Brick Oven Completed Fall 2009
  43. Visit Castle Heights Playground at Nicholls Park in Fruit Heights
  44. Cut our own Christmas Tree
  45. Visit a farm and pick our own food
  46. Visit the MOA
  47. Hike & Picnic at Bridal Veil falls
  48. Go to a BYU ballroom concert
  49. Build a snowman
  50. Get moved into our own semi-permanent place and get ALL our belongings unpacked
  51. Buy a house/condo
  52. Compile a 72 hour kit
  53. Travel somewhere outside the country
  54. Go on a cruise
  55. Take a dance class together
  56. Eat 3 servings of vegetables a day for one week
  57. Read the Book of Mormon as a couple
  58. Switch over completely to reusable grocery bags Completed December 12, 2008
  59. Go an entire week without eating out once for a single meal or snack
  60. Go camping together Completed June 12, 2009
  61. Date at Color Me Mine Completed June 4, 2010
  62. Host a murder mystery party
  63. Throw Joe a killer 30th b-day party  Completed February 21, 2009
  64. Do a weekly gratitude post on Sundays for one month
  65. Have a baby Completed June 10, 2010
  66. Lose the baby weight in 6 months
  67. Make a fondant cake
  68. Make "real" scones
  69. Make a frilly, girly, adorable apron
  70. Work on the "Complaint Free World" challenge
  71. Have FHE every week for a month
  72. Make a queen-sized piece quilt
  73. Make a personal history jar - and then start completing one slip per week
  74. Host a family party for Joe's family at our home
  75. Buy a frisbee -- go play at Murray park
  76. Go to Disneyland together
  77. Get the Kords to record a children's CD
  78. Make enough cloth diapers for one baby Completed Nov 29, 2008
  79. Learn how to can something -- and do it. Completed October 25, 2008
  80. Ride a tandem bike
  81. Go snowshoeing
  82. Make a holiday craft
  83. Go to a sporting event together Completed winter/spring 2010
  84. Start using a system with couponssCompleted January 2009
  85. Buy a pair of David Kahn Jeans Completed December 9, 2008
  86. Make Grandmas Caramels :) Completed December 12, 2008
  87. Take a photoshop class Completed June 12, 2009
  88. Go on vacation, just the 2 of us. Completed Sept 2009

7 little remarks:

Amy said...

I think this is a good idea. Some I am sure will be harder than others. Good luck

Laura said...

I don't have any awesome ideas, but I'm so excited for #65!!! And good luck with #66.

emily said...

So fun! I love this idea. Way more ambitious than giving myself 1001 days. Yay! What fun ideas!

Brooke said...

This is just the sort of thing I need to motivate and help Eric and I feel like we're not doing the same things all the live long day. These are some great plans. I think I might steal some of them for my new list I'm writing up for us. :)

Mardi and Jeremey said...

Great list! I am going to print this off and make my own adjustments. Although, I will say, you put Christmas cards twice...and I don't think that sounds like enough fun to do twice, :). I would add, go to a football game. Or you could always go to the Real Salt Lake Game this weekend.

Jason and Tami said...

That is such a great idea! I love the list. You should make a pie or go to the craft store and make a holiday craft! That would be a lot of fun! It was great to see you on Saturday!

Tiff said...

Anna.. I love this! I'm totally going to steal your idea (and probably a lot of the items in the list). I couldn't believe how many things I haven't done...

I can help with the Murder Mystery Dinner. I have one you could borrow if you want. It's called The Class of '54.

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