So September 28, 2009, my experiment in completing 101 things in 1001 days ended. By my own tally I only completed 43 of my objectives. At one level this is an abject failure; on the other hand, a large number of life changes may make this a reasonable outcome. In the past three years, I’ve met my future wife, had open-heart surgery, gotten engaged, began life with a new family.
In the next couple months, I plan on restarting my 1001 days with many of the remaining objectives my previous list, as well as some new ones thrown into the mix. I look forward to starting a new challenge, along with the new year.