101 in 1001:: March Update

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It is time for the March update of 101 in 1001. I have been very busy with work recently and therefore have been working on my professional 101 in 1001 goals. I just got back from a Professional Conference (#94) where I assisted in a Mini-session and a Roundtable about Social Media (#92). March also led to the visit of a winery (#27) while I was on a beach trip. Throughout this busy month I also was completing my No fry zone challenge (#36). That challenge was harder than I would have expected. I eat French fries on a daily basis but I realize it is mostly out of convenience. The places I eat lunch do not have side item alternatives to fries. I love Chick-fil-A, and eat there regularly, however the one closest to me is not completely full service in the fact that they only have fries and not side salads or fruit. This made my #36 challenge very difficult. Luckily I have a great support system that joined me in this endeavor, otherwise I would not have been able to force myself out of my fry-comfort zone.

As for April I plan to do the following things:

72.   Finish Reading Book 1 of the Nora Roberts Bridal Series

75.   Try ten new restaurants

93.   Meet at least two bloggers/tweeps in person.

95.   Blog daily for 30 consecutive days

50.   Pre-marital counseling through a Church

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One Response to 101 in 1001:: March Update

  1. Charity says:

    It sounds like you’re doing great on your 101!! I’ll do better about reading your blog:) It sounds like you’ve been having fun.

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