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100 in 1001 Days Revisited

From Aurora, a Dallas light festival

From Aurora, a Dallas light festival Photography: A. Mims

At the start of 2011 I created this list of 100 things to accomplish in 1001 days. I had a variety of things that ranged from the logical (get my car fixed) to the romantic (have a taboo date with my wife) to the hopeful (have a baby or two).

My life has COMPLETELY changed since the start of that blog.

The highlights:

  • I’m now a grown-ass 35! I started this particular blog when I was still 29.
  • Moved from teaching to a consulting job and am now a middle school principal.
  • Divorced my wife and moved back to Texas with joint custody/visitation with my daughter.
  • Lost 15 lbs and regained 20.
  • Been back fully natural for a year after a hiatus—relaxed for 2 years, transitioned for  a year, then cut off the relaxed ends last March.
  • Finally finished my first novel- Pieces of Her! Stay tuned for more about the next chapter- finding a publisher, agent, and all that good stuff.

Needless to say that it’s time for some new goals. I’m in the practice of writing my 40 by 40, 40 intentions for my life by the time I’m 40 years old. The list isn’t complete yet, but check out the new additions and my progress here.

6 comments on “100 in 1001 Days Revisited

  1. poetrystruth
    December 26, 2013

    Welcome back to blogging Lib. Congrats on finishing your book!


  2. Rashida
    December 26, 2013

    Congratulations on finishing your book! Glad to see you posting! Happy new year to you!


  3. laniza
    December 27, 2013

    I’m happy to ‘see’ you here. You’ve always been an inspiration to me, even though we haven’t met in person. I’m so happy that you’re a principal now!! I have to email you to get further details about your journey in the educational field…


  4. laniza
    December 27, 2013

    I thought that you had a link to your email–Better yet, do you mind emailing me? my screenname at gmail


  5. Kel Daroe
    January 24, 2014

    I cannot wait to read your book!


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