Thursday, October 01, 2015

101 Adventures in 1001 Days

I saw this idea on tiny adventures and I thought it was lovely! So I'm going to do it too. 101 adventures in 1001 days. Here goes!




Start date: 1st October 2015
End date: 27th June 2018

1. Take part in Inktober  Inktober posts are hereherehere and here.
2. See Tesseract live again
3. Post an outfit post per week for at least 6 months
4. Go to Oxford (the city)
5. Make a mermaid tail
6. Make a quilt with my boyfriend
7. Read Lord of the Rings
8. Post at least 5 tutorials for crafts
9. Stop biting my nails
10. Use up all my craft supplies
11. Grow something edible
12. Go to Cardiff
13. Have at least 1 fantasy/fairy tale themed photoshoot
14.Wear everything in my wardrobe at least once
15. Read the Raven books by James Barclay
16. Visit Castell Coch
17. Do the Hedgefairy version of the Mori Challenge (or thereabouts, I may swap a few of the themes out)
18. Buy a screenprinting kit
19. Learn screenprinting
20. Go to the beach
21. Read Tides by Betsy Cornwell
22. Read Mechanica by Betsy Cornwell
23. Go to the Waterfall Woods once each season
24. Take outfit photos in the bluebell woods
25. Watch a sunrise
26. Go to Brighton
27. Make at least 1 project from each Mollie Makes subscription
28. Do a 365 day creative challenge
29. Get a keyboard and start playing music
30. Record a cover of a song I like and share it online
31. Go to York
32. Have a mermaid tea party (even if it's by myself)
33. Start learning a foreign language
34. Make recycled paper
35. Plant a tree
36. Try using precious metal clay
37. Write a guest post for someone else's blog
38. Make a gingerbread house
39. Go to a cat cafe
40. Build up my savings
41. Go to a Museums at Night event
42. Buy a spinning wheel
43. Learn to spin
44. Send someone a care package
45. Go to Glastonbury (the town, not the festival) and drink the Red Spring water
46. Go for a mushroom spotting walk
47. Get some of my artwork framed and put up
48. Walk a pygmy goat
49. Make a terrarium
50. Experiment with makeup once a week for 6 months
51. Make an issue of an online magazine
52. Make a mushroom hat
53. Learn to knit with more than one colour of yarn
54. Wear a themed outfit to an event or exhibition
55. Make something patchwork
56. Design fabric and get it printed/print it myself
57. See amanita muscaria in real life
58. Make a garden
59. Go on a steam train
60. Visit a National Trust property
61. Start writing letters regularly again
62. Go to a knitting group
63. Try nail art
64. Take photos with a film camera and get them developed
65. Make soup
66. Go to Zennor to see the mermaid pew
67. Walk across Clifton Suspension Bridge
68. Try eating tofu
69. Fill a sketchbook
70. Knit an item of clothing that isn't a scarf/hat/shawl/gloves
71. Start a new online shop
72. Go to the Natural History Museum
73. Make a cape and wear it
74. Try flowering tea
75. Start keeping a scrapbook
76. Go on a boat
77. Bake cakes
78. Go swimming
79. Sew 3 sets of handmade underwear
80. Wear deer antlers outside of the house
81. Climb a tower
82. Go to the Horniman Museum
83. Sew 5 items of clothing
84. Make a miniature pumpkin carriage
85. Try 3 new ways of styling my hair
86. Make the Den Tree monster dolls
87. Go somewhere I can see deer up close
88. Have an exhibition
89. Make candles
90. Take part in March of the Mermaids
91. Make a tiny fairy tea party
92. Go to Kennal Vale woods
93. Make new friends
94. Go to Chepstow
95. Try wearing a wig
96. Go to Blaise Hamlet
97. Re-read The Secret Garden
98. Go to Scotland
99. Go somewhere with wild goats
100. Get a passport
101. Take a Bollywood dance class

14 comments:

  1. I am so excited about this post! Come to Brighton and try out my mermaid tail at a hotel swimming pool!

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    1. Yay I'm so happy that your comment will actually be happening soon!

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  2. Yaaaaay! This is a great list, I can`t wait to hear more about it all! :D I love these kinds of posts, it`s a great way to learn more about other bloggers.

    (Also, Hedgefairy`s mori challenge sounds like fun! Maybe I`ll give that a go myself when things have settled down a bit :D)

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    1. Thanks! Yes I think they're interesting, they show what people's priorities and dreams are. Let me know if you do the Hedgefairy mori challenge!

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  3. Quite a few of those ideas on your list would appear on mine as well. In fact we have just booked a trip to Scotland (your no 98) during the autumn half term break!

    Good luck with your mission and I look forward to reading your posts

    Rebecca

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    1. Thank you! Ahhh I'm a bit jealous of your Scotland trip, I hope you had a wonderful time! I need to save money for a while first before I can book mine.

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  4. I love this idea!! My favorites are the creative ones. Inktober is top on my list too and definitely #40!!

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    1. Thanks! Yes haha, savings are a big one. I need to put more in mine really but I keep buying pretty thrifted stuff.

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  5. Yay, I love lists like this! You have some lovely things on it as well. I'm looking forward to reading all about your adventures. xx

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    1. Thank you! I'm looking forward to all these adventures, I think it's going to be really fun.

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  6. I love the mermaid tea party idea, that's so cute and cool! This is a great list - I love it. I must try this sometime myself. - Tasha

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  7. I love this, I look forward to hearing about your adventures and I think I might make a list like this myself just to stop myself procrastinating over stuff xx

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    1. Thanks! Yes do it, I'd be really interested to see what your list would have on it. I like this challenge because it's over such a long period of time, you can just do a little bit towards it each day and it doesn't feel pressured.

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