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To spark your inspiration we have assembled a collection of lists on a variety of topics. Explore and discover goals to add to your own lists!
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This is the twelfth in our regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting submissions from Day Zero participants!

 

Here we have assembled the ultimate list of daily, monthly, and whole year challenges. There is something here for everyone to take on. You don't need to start these on the first of January - just pick one and go for it!
We've put together a list of some of the most popular holiday season goals to get you in the festive mood. Have many have you crossed off?
One of the more interesting annual 'Places to travel' lists comes from Travel + Leisure magazine. Here is their latest offering - are any on your list?
The Day Zero community has always embraced the challenge of learning new skills and self improvement.
A great list of global destinations as featured in the National Geographic 50 Places of a Lifetime Special Issue.
The folks at Thrillest have come up with a great list of the 50 Things You Must Do in the US Before You Die.
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Top 50 Festivals and Cultural Events – The most popular festivals and cultural events from around the globe
Top 50 Natural Wonders of the World – The most amazing mountains, forests, canyons, waterfalls and islands on earth.
Top 50 Man-Made Wonders of the World – Buildings, sculptures, temples and archaeological wonders. (US Version)
 
This might sound like the reverse of what Day Zero is all about - but for some of you, adding tasks that state what you don't want to do has become an important part of goal setting.
A comprehensive list of the most visited art museums and galleries in the world based on a recent attendance survey.
What are the most photographed places across America? This list from TIME has the surprising answers.
Our previously featured list, The Ultimate Reading Challenge, proved to be incredibly popular in the Day Zero community, so here is another great reading challenge from Book Riot along the same lines.
"It’s a big world out there, so we’ve narrowed it down for you. From ancient temples to crystalline waters, here are our top destinations to visit this year."
This is the eleventh in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
A great selection from author Peter Potterfield of the world's best hikes, including Patagonia, Newfoundland, Petra, and more.
Some unexpected entries in this list of the top 25 cities in the World as voted by 77,000 readers of Condé Nast.
Readers of global travel publication Travel and Leisure recently voted on their top islands. Here are the top ranking for 2015.
The Ultimate Reading Challenge is a very comprehensive list of book reading goals compiled by PopSugar.
A great list of life challenges by Johnny Webber of things every person should do before they die.
Science has calculated the perfect road trip for traveling America.
The top 100 goals from the popular online goal setting community 43 Things.
From Australian Traveller, comes this list of diverse activities to get you inspired to travel down under.
Lonely Planet’s experts have trekked the globe to select the best cities, regions and countries to visit in 2015. Explore them now and plan your next adventure.
This is the tenth in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
As featured on the The Time Out London blog - this list highlights a few interesting spots from 16 cities in England.
A great list of outdoor adventures from Nationals Geographic's 100 Best Adventures.
Based on this great infographic from Love Home Swap - here is a list of the world's top 50 most visited tourist attractions.
Discover which goals members of the Day Zero community have found the most difficult to cross off their lists!
This is the nine in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
The results of the New York Times 52 places to visit in 2014.
A feature list dedicated to highlighting a few goals added by the community that are about paying it forward and making someone's day!
The results of Travelers' Choice's survey of the World's top attractions are online over at Trip Advisor.
This is the eighth in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
For some great reasons to travel, take a look at this feature from Country Life which showcases some of the best art, sport music and literature events in 2013.
This is the seventh in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
From Travel website CNN GO comes a great list of stunning sights from around the globe.
Start looking after your body with a few fun and challenging health and fitness goals to motivate you.
This week Facebook released some interesting statistics on the most social landmarks around the globe, in the top 25 cities, according to their check-in data.
If you’re in search for your next big race, the team at Smashrun.com have come up with an eclectic list of incredible marathons for the Day Zero community.
52 leading architects, teachers, and critics were surveyed on the most important works of contemporary architecture. We present the top 21.
Looking for ways to have big fun on a small budget? Here's a list of 50 free or cheap ways to have fun - from the simple pleasures in life to a few more challenging goals.
This is the sixth in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero participants.
If past years (or recessions) have sucked up your travel budget, plan smart and get more in bang for your buck in these value destinations, from Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2012.
Experience the unique culture and history of this nation of contrasts and contradictions where the past meets the present. Here's a feature list of 24 things to see and do in Japan.
With so many incredible National Parks around the globe it's a tough call to highlight just 10 of the best. Here's Lonely Planet’s attempt, from an excerpt of their 1000 Ultimate Experiences book.
For a great list of the absolute must-see locations around the globe, Smithsonian magazine has published a list of their top 43 places.
Get close to the action with a selection of some of the must-see sporting events from around the world.
This is the fifth in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting and fun submissions from Day Zero Project participants.
Voting is currently underway on the global poll to uncover the new seven wonders of nature.
An interesting selection of goals that participants have added which start with the word ‘Build’.
This is the fourth in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few interesting submissions from Day Zero Project participants.
There are now more than 900 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and recently the popular travel site Tripadvisor listed the top 10 most popular according to their users' ratings.
Day Zero Project members are often prolific listmakers and here is a collection of goals that participants have added that relate to other lists they want to make.
The number one New Year's related goal is (not surprisingly) Kiss someone at midnight on New Year's. Here is a list of 20 other popular goals around celebrating the New Year.
This is the third in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few submissions that you might enjoy - some simple, and others more creative or productive.
This is the second in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few submissions that you might enjoy - some simple, and others more outrageous.
This week’s feature list gathers together a selection of goals that Day Zero Project members have added which start with the phrase ‘Listen to’.
It's Independence Day in the United States of America - and that means it's time to party like it's 1776! Here are ten Fourth of July ideas and traditions for your list.
When Day Zero list makers aren't writing lists, they are often getting creative with other writing challenges. Here is a list of the top 40 goals starting with the word 'write'.
This week's feature list gathers together a selection of goals that Day Zero Project members have added which start with the word ‘Watch’.
This is the first in a regular series of posts that will pick out and highlight a few submissions that you might enjoy - some simple, and others more outrageous.