Add or Edit your lists and challenges
Who you follow and who follows you
The largest community of goal setters in
the World!
The largest community of goal setters in the World!
The largest
community of
goal setters in
the World!
Choose a challenge, such as our original 101 Things in 1001 Days, then build, track and conquer your list with the help of thousands of other participants.
Ideas & Inspiration

Martyrs Memorial Algeria
Algeria is the largest country in Africa, the Arab world, and the Mediterranean. The iconic concrete monument of the Martyrs Memorial represents the struggle for independence from France, which was achieved in 1962.

Oxford Literary Festival England
The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival is an annual literary festival where visitors can meet and listen to authors and experts from a wide range of fields discussing a variety of topics from literature, politics, history, philosophy, economics, science, culinary, travel, environment and religion, to mention only a few.

The ruined city of Palenque Mexico
Vast, mysterious and enchanting, the ruined city of Palenque is considered to be the most beautifully conceived of the Mayan city-states and one of the loveliest archaeological sites in the world."
Source: sacredsites.com

Iwokrama Rainforest Canopy Walkway Guyana
Opened in November 2003, the 154 metre (505 ft.) Iwokrama Canopy Walkway offers a unique experience in the region and envelopes you in the jungle’s mid-level canopy through a series of suspension bridges and decks from heights of up to 30 metres (98 ft.). The journey starts with an adventurous hour long drive along a road that is known for its great opportunity to see wildlife, including the elusive jaguar and ends at Atta Rainforest Lodge."
Source: iwokrama.org

Paddle 340 Miles of the Mighty Missouri—Nonstop Missouri
No self-respecting river rat should resist the challenge of paddling the world’s longest nonstop river race, which traverses an entire state in three and a half days. The Missouri River 340, from Kansas City to St. Louis (technically, St. Charles) is something of a Wild West race, with few restrictions other than reasonable safety regulations (nav lights, no jousting with barges) and the need to finish within 88 hours."

The Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi Sweden
If you want to stay in a hotel that is completely different from the norm, try the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi which is made completely from ice and snow. From here you can see the Northern Lights, take a dog sled tour or a guided snowmobile safari. This destination could knock a few things off your ultimate travel wish list

Learn to Fly a Wingsuit
Learning how to jump out of an airplane wearing something that looks like a superhero costume—and then, well, fly like one—sounds like the most impossible, extreme thing a person could try. Really, it’s not. Modern wingsuits, which consist of extra fabric under the arms and between the legs to provide enough lift for flight, are popular and allow parachutists to enjoy freefall longer."

August Moon Festival Greece
August is the month when Athens is full of cheers. Of the festivities of Athens in the month of August, the Full Moon festival holds a special attraction. During this festival, both locales and tourists are allowed free entry to the city’s major monuments, museums and archaeological sites."
Source: flybee.com

Visit Butterfly Beach Hong Kong
The crowded beaches of Hong Kong Island, including Repulse Bay, Deep Water Bay, Big Wave Bay and Shek O, are not the only seaside resorts available. If you seek to escape from the usual tourist haunts, catch the West Rail Line train Tuen Mun, in the western New Territories, and transfer to the light-rail system for a trip to Butterful Beach and its adjoining gardens, where you are more likely to meet local residents than visitors."
Source: cntraveller.com

Swim with sea turtles

The Moeraki Boulders New Zealand
The Moeraki Boulders of New Zealand - The gigantic boulders started forming on the ocean floor and can now been seen sitting mysteriously on the coastline thanks to centuries of erosion.
Source: yahoo.com

Río Secreto Mexico
Rio Secreto is also known as Mexico’s underground river. While just recently becoming a tourist destination, it’s likely that Río Secreto patrons will only grow. After all, with its thousands of stalactites and stalagmites along the river’s edge, visitors are left feeling as if they have traveled back in time, and to a place untouched by human hands. The underground passageways of seemingly endless tunnels stun the senses and will absolutely take your breath away."

Historic Safranbolu Turkey
From the 13th century to the advent of the railway in the early 20th century, Safranbolu was an important caravan station on the main East–West trade route. During its apogee in the 17th century, Safranbolu's architecture influenced urban development throughout much of the Ottoman Empire.
Source: telegraph.co.uk

The Flawless Ruins of Ancient Myra Turkey
Lycian tombs were always placed at the top of hills or on the cliffs as there was a belief that the dead would be transported to another world by a wing liked creature."

Carnival in Nice France
One of Europe’s most colourful pre-Lenten celebrations takes place in Nice, France. The Riviera resort celebrates the beginning of Lent with more than a week of processions – flower parades in the afternoons, light parades in the evenings, and a big firework display on the final evening."
Source: telegraph.co.uk

The Leadville Trail 100 Colorado
Leadville was always the epicenter of the core endurance mountain biking race scene, but when Lance Armstrong started competing—and winning—the Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race, a hundred-mile (161-kilometer), high-altitude sufferfest, it became the showcase race of mountain biking pain. The course is so hard that even the mighty Armstrong was humbled the first time he raced it (in 2008), when Colorado local and six-time champion Dave Wiens beat him by two minutes."

Jaisalmer Desert Festival India
The exuberant Jaisalmer desert festival is a wonderful opportunity to experience the sandstone city of Jaisalmer and surroundings at their magical best. For three days in late January/early February, you can enjoy a host of weird and wacky activities such as a parade of camels and fancily dressed locals, camel races and polo matches, turban tying competitions, and competition for the finest facial hair."
View More Ideas!
You can also browse the index of destinations to find more inspiration from around the globe!

Featured Achievements

Oh hi there, Seattle! First time in Washington!

City hall and Brabofontain in Antwerp

Alice Cooper at Graspop!

Mackinaw Island
TJ Hanna on goal Ride in a horse drawn carriageOne person likes this

Kenya -- 2003
TJ Hanna on goal Stand on the equator3 people like this

Amy-Louise Murray on goal Visit Italy3 people like this

Morocco - One my 5th continent, AFRICA!!
Chelsea H on goal Travel to a 5th continent (Africa)3 people like this

Amur tigers at Yorkshire Wildlife Park - 22nd February 2015

I completed Nagoya Women's Marathon 2015!
Evgenia Bruk on goal Finish Nagoya Women marathon 20155 people like this

Swimming with baby in Crystal River in 2014
Davis Peric on goal Swim With Manatees3 people like this

Ketchikan, Alaska
Davis Peric on goal Go on a cruise to AlaskaOne person likes this

Spent a lovely long weekend in Cannes!

Spring boarding

This is so cool.

We went on a day trip to Seattle from Vancouver. The main reason was Pike Place market

Lydia Cox on goal See a Shakespeare play at the GlobeOne person likes this

Philadelphia, April 26, 2015.

A room with a View.. .and a pool, housekeeping, amazing meals and my darling Man.

Father Damien Church in Kalaupapa National Historic park. I had the exceptional opportunity to stay in this tiny settlment for the weekend because of my friend Tim who lives here. No visitors are allowed to stay here overnight without a special pass! Quiet the experience

White spirit does not taste particularly great, but here I am, channeling my inner dragon :-)
Liz on goal Learn to breathe fire6 people like this

Kat on goal Spend a day at the beachOne person likes this

Noora on goal Have dinner by candlelight2 people like this

Waikiki beach at sun set.
Sebastian Cool on goal Visit Waikiki BeachOne person likes this

Keira How on goal Attend a Baseball game5 people like this

Hannah Cp on goal Learn to sew8 people like this

Ginny on goal Visit Stonehenge8 people like this

April 2015
Andie P on goal Visit the Roman Baths, Bath2 people like this

two dweebs in a blanket fort
Laurel Sanders on goal Sleep in a blanket fort3 people like this

Caroline Aro on goal Run a 5K race4 people like this

Beijing, done!
Sebastian Cool on goal Visit Beijing4 people like this
View More Achievements!
Why not add to the amazing achievements of the community and upload your own progress photos!