Goals and Organization

100 Things To Do In 2018

It’s 2018 planner time again! I’m working through the Leonie Dawson Shining Year Workbook, and in it you work for several days to create a list of 100 AMAZING things you’d like to happen in 2018. They can be big goals, or little ones, or in between – it’s supposed to be a way to quickly jot down all the neat things that you’d like to happen in the coming year. I actually managed to get done a huge chunk of mine last year (!!) and I can’t wait to get started on them again! Here’s my list of small, and not so-small goals for the coming year.

  1. Learn how to groom perfect eyebrows
  2. Finish Peggy Carter’s dressing gown
  3. Read The Enchanted Forest Chronicles
  4. Attend a local con
  5. Build an armor costume
  6. Write an ebook
  7. Visit Chicago
  8. Make a vintage dress
  9. Open an Etsy Shop
  10. Write a new panel for conventions
  11. Read a book about 1940s fashion
  12. Go swing dancing
  13. Cosplay something from Dragon Age
  14. Give money to the Project for Awesome
  15. Get a new job
  16. Get a new laptop
  17. Get a faux fur rug for my room
  18. Make some art for my room based on The Adventure Zone
  19. Throw a huge vintage-themed Christmas party
  20. Visit a tea room
  21. Host at least one podcast
  22. Set hair in curls once a week
  23. Make $2000 per month from self-employment income
  24. Make use of gym membership
  25. Do a cosplay photoshoot
  26. Do a pinup photoshoot
  27. Wear real flowers in hair
  28. Put together vintage outfits based on the Avengers
  29. Launch FamilyAssembled.com
  30. Throw a listening party for a McElroy podcast
  31. Make keto doughnuts
  32. See a McElroy live show
  33. Buy a Collectif dress
  34. Buy the Royal Vintage Dolores shoes
  35. Make a duvet cover
  36. Buy a vintage lipstick holder
  37. See Dollywood It’s A Wonderful Life show with Mom
  38. Go swing dancing
  39. Make a blanket
  40. Sing something and post it on YouTube
  41. Make a Thrift Shop cosplay
  42. Hang out with friends from home!
  43. Make physical birthday cards (ink and other papercraft!)
  44. Go on a picnic
  45. buy some Family Assembled art
  46. get a massage
  47. have a Lord of the Rings marathon
  48. write a guest post
  49. create a sacred space in my home
  50. make a terrarium
  51. get dressed up and go to the movies
  52. make a bathing suit
  53. make an Easter basket
  54. have an Independence Day cookout, vintage style!
  55. host a cosplay workday
  56. make a Wheel of Mythicality video
  57. draw a comic
  58. read a cozy mystery series
  59. write a cozy mystery
  60. buy a JumboTron message
  61. cook a recipe from The 1940s Experiment
  62. make a keto stuffed crust pizza
  63. make some gloves
  64. do vintage outfits based on YouTube personalities
  65. finish an Instagram challenge
  66. host a giveaway
  67. publish a book on Kindle
  68. Private – (What’s behind this one? YOU’LL NEVER KNOOOOOW.)
  69. Put up pictures of people I love in this room!
  70. Create an AMAZING and productive workspace
  71. Drink more spearmint tea
  72. do a YouTube tag
  73. cosplay the Nerevarine
  74. find a group of supportive lady friends here in Huntsville
  75. make this bedroom super cozy, beautiful, and Instagram-worthy
  76. try yoga
  77. make life + business vision boards
  78. figure out self-photography
  79. make unicorn cookies!
  80. go to an aquarium
  81. put art up!
  82. make a themed playlist on YouTube
  83. make a themed playlist on Spotify
  84. go swimming more!
  85. complete Couch to 5K
  86. acquire a DSLR camera
  87. design and sew a ballgown
  88. take an adult ballet class
  89. send a care package
  90. buy some What Katie Did lingerie
  91. make some silky pajamas
  92. get a manicure/pedicure
  93. find a karaoke bar
  94. go to a play
  95. reread The Looking Glass Wars
  96. take an online film class
  97. take a OneMonth class
  98. take daily vitamins
  99. try a tumeric latte
  100. read The Book of Mythicality

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