blog hop: 30 days of lists – september 2013

30daysoflists

I have more to write about our holiday and the mischief we got up to but I’m going to write about it when we get home later today. Well hopefully……….for now I’m here being all excited about the next round of 30 Days of Lists starting. It kicks off on Sunday which is the 1st September.

Some of the prompts this time round are really cool and quite exciting. There is still time to join and it’s really easy so there’s no excuses!! You do your lists your way, if crazy funky scrapbook pages aren’t your thing, write the list on your phone and then take a screenshot, if that’s not your thing, write your list on post its and take a giant picture. It’s completely up to you! Mine this year was just going to be handwritten in a notebook but my tub of melon exploded in my bag the other day and my 30 Days of Lists notebook was in there too and I had to bin it – will start with a new notebook by Sunday.

So far, there is almost 600 listers registered to join in and they are from across the world!! There are a couple from the UK and I’m hoping to get to know them and maybe feature their lists if they will let me!

BUT! That’s not it! If we get to 600 registered Listers, then there will be a giveaway to win a $100 gift certificate for Studio Calico!! One of those first 600 Listers will be selected to win! How cool will that be?!

All you have to do to be entered is to register for September’s 30 Days of Lists.

Today we’re doing a blog hop, showing off our favourite prompts from the March 2011 30 Lists challenge. All the prompts for that challenge are still available for free – so if you want to give them a go in your own time you can find them here.

If you still want more list prompts, you can grab any one of the previous challenges as a self-paced download. Choose each set of lists one-at-a-time or get all 4 of them together.
That’s a total of 120 listing prompts!

For today’s list highlight, I chose Day 28 – this prompt was “Vacations to Take…..” Between making the list and now, Our Sidekick has been living with us, there are various factors that mean that taking him with us abroad is a bit complicated so for now we’re exploring the UK all that more, about like when I was a kid. Last year it was Bristol and the surrounding area, this year we covered a bit more of a patch but had a great time around Blackpool, Liverpool and Manchester.

30 Days of Lists: Day 28

It’s all a bit fuzzy and so might not be readable. This is what it says:
Italy – Verona, Montepulcino, Roma, Venezia, Volterra
Japan – Tokyo, Kyoto, Harajuku
Spain – Barcelona, Tarragona
USA – Chicago, Boston, Kansas, Rochester, Missouri
New Zealand – Taranaki, Stratford, New Plymouth, Rotorua, Hinerua Valley
Australia – Melbourne, Sydney, Uluru, Australia Zoo

The other lovelies involved with the blog hop are here, go take a look!!

Kristin from rukristin papercrafts
Allie from Alexandra Rae Design
Kam of Campfire Chic
Elizabeth of Handmade Modern
Kristin from My Life as a Teacup
Megan from The Nerd Nest
Amy from Lemon and Raspberry
Vanessa from Vanessa’s Fancy
Ffion from Mindflight

I’m scheduling this as we will be in the road tomorrow. Should I have missed something important please let me know and I’ll try and fix it from my phone……. If I don’t go to sleep soon Chris will get upset at me!

About Hannah J

Hey I'm Hannah. Christian. Wife. Best Friend. Sister. Daughter. Musician. Crocheter. Knitter. Wannabe Photographer.
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4 Responses to blog hop: 30 days of lists – september 2013

  1. I love how you broke down each country into smaller regions!

    Also, you’re the only person I’ve ever heard of wanting to come to the USA for Kansas and Missouri. We must be doing a good job of showing off how awesome it is! Hah!

  2. I can’t wait for 30 Lists! I don’t have the funds right now, however I am hoping I can grab a spot before September 1st. :) I want to visit Japan SO badly. My wife and I have had a goal of living, or at least, visiting there for years!

  3. Ffion says:

    We went to tuscanny last year and it was absolutely wonderful, I can only recommend it :) We stayed at a lovely vinyard called “Villa Spoiano”. My favourite holiday yet!

    Japan is also absolutely amazing! I spend three weeks there on a sports exchange and the experience was mind-blowing!

    Love your list, some great places on there.

  4. Vanessa Oliver-Lloyd says:

    Italy for sure! We just came back from Tuscany also and it was one of the most amazing trips of my life!