Beyond 101 Things: 14th Quarterly Report

14th quarterly report: July – Sept., 2014

It’s been a slow couple of months on the blog. My summer was filled with tennis, and now that I am back to work this fall, my days are consumed with school. I could only think of two “grid worthy” pursuits from the last three months.

Get Interviewed

101 things article

I went waaayyy out of my comfort zone to get interviewed about how I went out of my comfort zone. Being featured in my local newspaper was a great experience for me, and I was so touched by the support that people in my town gave me once the story was published.

Wear a Fitbit

Fitbit activity tracker

After months of inactivity, I jumped back into daily exercise with the aid of an activity tracker I wear on my wrist. I feel great now that I am exercising every day again.

Still writing, 42 words at a time

Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster

As far as writing, I am still tickled by the Gargleblaster challenge at yeah write, my first dive into micro-nonfiction as each response needs to be exactly 42 words. In true obsessive fashion, I’ve participated for 26 weeks in a row.

Instant Karma Gargleblaster w text

Have you had any “grid worthy” adventures lately?

About Marcy

I blog about trying to get out of my comfort zone, completing 101 things in 1001 days (and beyond), and writing my memoirs. My book: Timid No More.

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5 Responses to Beyond 101 Things: 14th Quarterly Report

  1. Daniel Nest says:

    It’s pretty incredible how much you’re actually keeping busy with! I watched like 3 or even 4 sitcoms during last week…soooo…yeah.
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  2. Jen says:

    Such a busy bee you are!!

    No grid worthy adventures from me. 🙁
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  3. Amber says:

    I need to get a Fitbit! Maybe I’ll add it to my Christmas list.
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