Mighty Life List
Jan 4 2013

What’s New On Go Mighty This Week

This week, members of the Go Mighty community have begun sharing stories about what they achieved over the holidays and what they hope to accomplish in the coming year. Here are a few of my favorites:

It’s not just a holiday card. It’s a challenge.

Megan wants to capture 15 mothers on film. When she completes the project, Olay has agreed to donate $500 to a charity that supports maternal health. One down, fourteen to go.

Nobody puts baby (swiss) in a corner.

Smart and generous. Melissa is acquiring the skill to create her own homestead while building for others.

Do you have a word you are focusing on for the new year? Britt does.

Congrats to Katherine for braving the waves and checking this goal off of her life list.

Wine suggestions. I know you’ve got them. Jessi needs them.

Photo credit: Erica Watson as a part of her Year In Taste project.

What have you resolved to cross off of your life list in 2013?

6 Responses to “What’s New On Go Mighty This Week”

  • Erica Says:

    Thank you so much for sharing my photograph! You have no idea how much that brightened my night tonight.

    And I’m loving that you’re sharing goals and stories here too. Seeing what people are working on gets me so inspired to get out there and try new things. It’s awesome this community that you’ve created.

  • Kait Says:

    Swimming with manatees! I’m heading to Florida in February and I’m not coming home until I’ve knocked that off my life list.

  • Chelsea Says:

    I’m going to conquer bread dough this year. I’m totally afraid of it (it won’t rise, it will fall apart, it will be dry and gross) so I’m taking it on.

  • MFree Says:

    Thanks for the shout out Maggie!

  • Erica Says:

    @Chelsea Bread dough used to totally freak me out until I started using Peter Reinhart’s Artisan Breads Every Day. His instructions are clear, he uses easy to source ingredients, and the resulting bread is fantastic.

  • Chelsea Says:

    @Erica: thanks for the tip! I just got Michael Ruhlman’s Ratio as a holiday gift and I’m anxious to put that to use as well. His explanations make so much sense to me on paper; now I just need to see if they work in the kitchen.