Mighty Life List

  1. Skydive.
  2. Hang glide.
  3. Learn to swing dance.
  4. Learn to play the guitar.
  5. Play a song on an instrument in public.
  6. Play a music set in public.
  7. Sing in public.
  8. Play a whole gig.
  9. Start a band.
  10. Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge.
  11. See a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
  12. Learn to play the banjo(y).
  13. Learn to play the piano.
  14. Run a half-marathon.
  15. Knit a hat and matching scarf.
  16. Learn to play 5 songs on guitar.
  17. Write songs.
  18. Learn the Thriller dance.
  19. Redesign my blog.
  20. Present a talk at IgniteOKC.
  21. Read a fiction novel a month for 12 months.
  22. Attend one concert a month for 12 months.
  23. Travel out of the country once a year for 5 years.
  24. Put my feet in an ocean once a year for 5 years. (Ocean Beach, 9/12;
  25. Self-portrait at the base of the Eiffel Tower.
  26. Get leid in Hawaii.
  27. Learn to use my camera for real.
  28. Swim with manatees.
  29. Snow ski.
  30. Water ski.
  31. Make kombucha.
  32. Eat a VooDoo Donut in Seattle.
  33. Participate in Project Cubed.
  34. Highway 1/101 road trip.
  35. Take the kids to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
  36. Build a better shoe wardrobe, including the holy grail: tall boots that fit me.
  37. Meditate.
  38. Develop a home yoga practice.
  39. Make s’mores entirely from scratch with my kids.
  40. Get a tattoo.
  41. Write a book.
  42. Transform our bedroom from a gigantic dirty clothes hamper into a beautifully appointed, Pinterest-worthy retreat despite the super-wonky layout.
  43. Make a pavlova from scratch.
  44. Make a gingerbread house with my kids.
  45. Attend Camp Mighty.
  46. Attend SXSW.
  47. Hire a photographer and have family photos taken.
  48. Plant an edible front yard.
  49. Discover 3 favorite cocktails that I can order at any bar or event.
  50. Learn how to drive a standard (not automatic) car.
  51. Attend the Newport Folk Festival.
  52. Visit NYC.
  53. Take my family to Disneyworld.
  54. Eat Bahn Mi in Vietnam.
  55. Have a booth selling creations at Deluxe Indie Craft Bazaar.
  56. Establish a Sunday Night Social at our house.
  57. Split a bottle of wine with Bill Murray.
  58. Have a pint with Glen Hansard.
  59. Orchestrate a scavenger hunt in Oklahoma City.
  60. Have the piece of amber I bought in old town Warsaw, PL turned into a striking pendant necklace.
  61. Attend a taping of Austin City Limits.
  62. Live in a small house on a tree-lined street in an old neighborhood.
  63. Read The Hobbit out loud to the kids.
  64. Learn to play chess.
  65. Buy a hammock and rock the day away.
  66. Visit Ireland.
  67. Attend Mom 2.0 Summit.
  68. Attend the 40th annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
  69. Write a piece for Sunset Magazine.
  70. Write a piece for This Land Press.
  71. Set foot in all 50 states.
  72. Walk a length of the Great Wall of China.
  73. Make a paper journal from scratch.
  74. Bike to work.
  75. Go on a nature walk with my grandchildren.
  76. Help someone else accomplish a life list goal.
  77. See the Northern Lights.
  78. Watch the sun set/rise at the White Sands National Monument.
  79. Make 100 confections.
  80. Work my way through Plate to Pixel.
  81. Go to BlogHer Food 2013 in Austin.
  82. Adopt a dachshund.
  83. Eat pizza in Naples.
  84. Eat beignets and sip hot chicory at Cafe Du Monde.
  85. Skinny dip in the ocean (away from sharks and jellyfish).
  86. Tour the White House.
  87. Pierce my eyebrow.
  88. Find my life’s work.
  89. Stand on a glacier.
  90. Swing on a trapeze.
  91. Make 50% or greater of my Christmas gifts for (at least) one year.
  92. Drink a mojito in Cuba.
  93. Redesign and build an oasis of a back porch.
  94. Take the kids into one of those caves behind a waterfall.
  95. Take twenty online classes to enhance my life: Personal Branding at Braid Creative, Daring Greatly Read-a-long,
  96. Make 1,000 lovely things.

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