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Princess in a Castle

Princess in a castle

It’s almost a year ago that I made the decision to do the 101 Goals, 1001 Days. It’s pretty much what it says: finish 101 goals in 1001 days. Why that many in that long a period? Because that allows you to take on longer projects. Adding smaller goals are boosts to keep you motivated. Some can even be rewards. One of my goals was to go to the Efteling, a popular theme park in the Netherlands. No one says goals can’t be fun.

I made a list of all my goals, but there are still a few that need updating. I’ll be posting about how I’m progressing the coming month. For one of the goals I need your help, but I’ll blog about that soon. I hope you can help me out. I think you’ll get to know me a little better from reading the 101 Goals, 1001 Days. There are already a few online, so don’t hesitate to check those out if you’re new here.

I’ll talk about game related topics as well. I’ve been playing Stardew Valley Multiplayer, Dragon Age Inquisition, Bayonetta 2, Journey, and a few smaller games.

Let’s make this Blaugust Reborn a great revival!

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    Nogamara
    01/08/2018

    That’s a pretty impressive list. Really curious what these updates will bring 🙂

    I thought about such a list in the past, but I guess it would work out like I do achievements in MMOs – grind away at the easy ones for days or weeks with 100% attention and then never finish the hard 50% 😀

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      Endalia
      01/08/2018

      Oh jeez, I definitely picked a few which are long shots. Learning Hangul for example. And I know I won’t master Japanese in three years either. But just knowing the basics is good enough. I’m planning a trip to Tokyo so I should at least know how to get around, right? XD

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    UnwiseOwl
    02/08/2018

    Sounds like a fascinating project! As a lover of large, seemingly endless projects myself, I wish you all the best and look forward to seeing what’s coming next.

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