The Bucket List Challenge: What will you cross off your bucket list in 2013?

Welcome to The Bucket List Challenge! Yayyyyy. The challenge only has one simple rule. Answer the question: What will I cross off my bucket list in 2013?

Okay, I haven’t really sat down and thought about my bucket list, but there are a couple of things that I already know I want to cross off this year. Wait, make that three things that I MUST cross off this year.

The first one is related to writing, the second is related to health, and the third is related to my other obsession hobby: blog customization. Read on about the top 3 (for now) on my bucket list. And if you haven’t yet, enter the giveaway for a chance to win a copy of A Writer’s Bucket List!

What I want to cross off my bucket list this year:

Enter a writing contest. This is going to be a real challenge for me because I especially want to submit to a short story contest and I have never finished a short story. One of the items on my bucket list is to write 10 short stories this year. Hah. Pretty big for me, but I have to start learning to write these things. Maybe one of them could be a contest entry, yeah?

Complete the Insanity workout. This has been on my list since last year and I finally started it last Feb 1st. It’s still early in the workout program, but I’m pretty sure I can do this. Yay.

Revamp my blogger design site Color It You. I want to redesign the site and maybe offer blogger templates that I designed. I change my blog layout and design all the time. I think it’s time to take this a step further. I would love to help out other bloggers, whether they’re new or even seasoned freewebsite.us owners, by sharing what I’ve learned over the years.

So those are my three little things I want to accomplish this year. What will you cross of your list? :)

About the Book

A Writer’s Bucket List: 99 things to do for inspiration, education, and experience before your writing kicks the bucket is an inspirational and educational ebook for writers at all levels of their careers. The book is a launching point for all of the possibilities of being a writer, a kick in the butt for those who don’t know what to do next, and a simple guide to help writers forge their own unique career/life paths.

About the Author

Dana Sitar is a freelance journalist and indie author. She shares resources, tips, and tools for writers in search of a path through DIY Writing (danasitar.com). She has been writing professionally since 2010, blogging unabashedly since 2011, and traveling perpetually since she discovered that one feature article could purchase enough gas for a cross-country road-trip.

Blog: danastar.com/blog
Resources, tips, and tools for writers in search of a path.

Books: danasitar.com/books
Stories and guides to inspire, motivate, and educate.

Connect with Dana:
Twitter: @danasitar
Contact: dmsitar(at)gmail.com

Giveaway
Dana will be giving away one copy of the book to a lucky reader! All you need to do is answer a simple question and share about the launch. Enter using the Rafflecopter below! This is open to anyone and will run from today til the end of The Bucket List Challenge (Feb 12)!

14 Comments

  1. This is so great, Leah! Thanks for joining x) Best of luck with all your goals — I look forward to seeing how your short story writing goes.

  2. Leah – I love that name :) Good luck in any contests you enter. If I hear of any, I will send your way.

  3. hey there-
    i started the actual writing of my bucket list last may, i just have to finish it now :)
    thanks so much for following me, i hope you got all your entries in for the 12 months of advertising giveaway-its such a good one! im returning the love and following back :)
    have a great week! http://www.kendrakaypahuoa.blogspot.com

  4. Dropping by from the blog hop… you can totally enter a writing contest this year! That’s a wonderful goal to have. I firmly believe in them… best case scenario you win money, publication, recognition, or who knows what else. Worst case scenario? You pushed yourself to write something. So really, it’s win-win.

    This year I’ll be crossing off passing the 5th level JLPT. More about that on my own bucket list blog. ;)

  5. Leah, what courage you have to jump off the corporate ship and do your own thing. I have a feeling you are going to knock those 10 short stories out, and more. Look forward to reading them all.

  6. Very courageous. Keep reaching for those goals and don’t ever let anyone deter you. :)

  7. I am hoping to cross off a trip to Japan

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