Yes indeed, this was one of my goals too. It isn’t a real goal, it’s more like a task. But that’s okay. So here’s the result of my creative mood. 🙂

And that makes 20 of the 303 tasks are done in like 4.5 months. If we keep doing the tasks at this speed, it’s going to take ages to complete the Project, I’m aware of that. And besides, it seems to me that I’m doing all the easy ones at first and I’m procrastinating the more difficult ones. This is too bad. I really like this project, so why do I do that? Maybe it’s because I always procrastinate everyting, it’s a habit and I can’t just stop it… while I wanted to do this Project to change that! I’m afraid that’s not going to happen. But we keep trying.

If you’re taking part of Project Day Zero too, I’ve a question for you: Is it going well? Have you completed the tasks within 100 days or are you just like me and do you do everything in de last year/month? Do you like completing your tasks? Where can I find your list? Tell me about it! 🙂

x Nina

I’ve been overexcited the past few days – I’ve done this goal three times 😀 All of the results are from the magazine ‘Fancy’, which is a Dutch girls magazine. Doing that, I’m completing another goal too: recycling old magazines! (:

My results:


I think they’re pretty much like I wanted them to work out (:

xoxo Saskia

ps. I used Rollip to make these pretty polaroids 😉