14 in 2014

1. Write something creative every week. Post something creative once a month.

July: And Other Valuables

August: Downtime

October: Writing That Sparkles

2. Post a photo a week. Take part in the Daily Post Photo Challenge once a month.

(Click here to see the photographs taken so far.)

3. Post a quote of the week every two weeks.

(Click here to see the quotations so far.)

4. Review a book each month.

A Hundred Pieces of Me by Lucy Dillon

The List of My Desires by Grégoire Delacourt

What Milo Saw by Virginia Macgregor

5. Learn about a new topic every two months.

Little things I learned in January and February

6. Visit fifty new places.

1. Bar Leo, Linlithgow

2. Jack Vettriano: A Retrospective, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

3. Aldi. Yay.

4. Rodin’s The Kiss, Scottish National Gallery

5. Planet Hollywood, London

6. Westminster Abbey (shop…), London

7. The Strand, London

8. The 02, London

9. British Museum, London

10. Prezzo

11. Her Majesty’s Theatre, London

12. Edinburgh Dungeons

13. Maison Bleue, Edinburgh

14. SSE Hydro, Glasgow

15. Hollywood, LA

16. The Grove and Farmer’s Market, LA

17. San Diego Zoo

18. In-N-Out Burger

19. Las Vegas, Nevada

20. Grand Canyon, Arizona

21. Monument Valley

22. Santa Fe, New Mexico

23. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

24. Austin, Texas

25. Bass Pro

26. Honey Island Swamp, Louisiana

27. New Orleans, Louisiana

28. Wendy’s

29. Memphis, Tennessee

30. Nashville, Tennessee

31. Cracker Barrel, Virginia

32. National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C.

33. National Museum of American History, Washington D.C

34. Pat’s and Geno’s, Philadelphia

35. Rockefeller Center, NYC

36. Times Square, New York City

37. Hot Dub Time Machine

38. Selfridges, Oxford Street, London

39. Café in the Crypt, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London

40. Be At One, London

42. Billy Elliot, Victoria Palace Theatre

43. The Old Brewery, Greenwich

44. Gipsy Moth, Greenwich

45. Adventure Bar, Covent Garden

46. Ladurée, Covent Garden

47. Christmas Market, Southbank

48. Blackheath

49. Natural History Museum, London

50. V&A, London

7. Publish a book.

I’ve technically checked and published over fifty ebooks at work. And I was thinking I wasn’t getting any reading done…

8. Be bold.

I spent an amazing month travelling around the States.

I moved to London.

9. Record moments that made me feel lucky, happy or grateful each week.

Happiness is…

See more on Twitter!

10. Watch Forrest Gump, An Affair to Remember, The Matrix, Gone with the Wind, The Godfather and Inception.

Forrest Gump. I am so glad I have finally seen this. Sad, but sweet. And I now understand so many references.

The Matrix. Brilliant!

Gone With The Wind. I’m sure everyone says it, but it was long. And not quite the love story I expected.

Inception. Also brilliant, although I would definitely have a couple of questions for whoever wrote the screenplay.

The Godfather. I started watching it, but I have zero interest in seeing the rest. Oh dear!

11. Read two classic novels.

To Kill a Mockingbird

12. Visit a tourist attraction in London.

The British Museum

13. Win something.

Silver medal playing Tekken

I won Easter Parade, The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe, What Milo SawChoose Me and Goodhouse via Twitter.

14. Go on holiday.

Booking the holiday

Preparation

Party in the USA

San Diego Zoo

It was the best of times. Full stop.

 

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5 thoughts on “14 in 2014

    • wakeupyourluck says:

      I used to set goals on my birthday as well and keep track in a diary. I had 17 goals when I was 16, 18 when I was 17 – always one more than my age. Then I decided there were too many! 😛 Good luck with your list!

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