Project Day Zero is a website where users can create a variety of lists, with their infamous 101 in 1001 days list being their biggest area. Users create a list of 101 different things to complete in 1001 days, which is a little over 2.5 years. As users progress through their goals, they can update their notes section, status, mark a goal as in progress and check it off when it’s done. It’s been around for a number of years.
As 2014 comes to a close, I’m finishing up my goals for this past year. I was debating what to do for 2015 until someone suggested giving 101 in 1001 days a shot. I did it way back in college, but slipped off on it due to having a lot of changes happening (changing my career, moving to and fro for college, my mom’s diagnosis of cancer etc.) Now that I’m settled and more attentive to lists (it’s only gotten better with age!) I decided to give it another try and I’ve finished the list. Incidentally, 2.5 years from now is my 30th birthday. Seems like a great way to work up to the dreaded 3-0. Below are the goals from my list that have been completed.