SoL #10 – 10 Things on Day 10

Ten everyday things I can’t live without:

  1. Chewy Mini Starbursts
  2. Sally’s Baking Addiction cookbook
  3. Instant Pot
  4. My phone
  5. My soft blanket
  6. Slipper socks
  7. Pajama pants
  8. Lu La roe leggings
  9. Stand mixer
  10. Remote start

Ten places I want to visit:

  1. Italy
  2. Hawaii
  3. India
  4. Key West
  5. Grand Canyon
  6. Iceland
  7. Disney World
  8. Aruba
  9. Sonoma, California
  10. Boston

Ten things I am grateful for:

  1. My son
  2. My husband
  3. My family
  4. My health
  5. My friends
  6. My job
  7. Living on a lake
  8. Family reading time
  9. Working at my son’s school
  10. My family’s health

Ten things I want to do before I die:

  1. Write a book
  2. Meet Jimmy Buffett
  3. Swim in all 4 oceans
  4. Travel to every continent
  5. Donate generously to a cause I believe in
  6. Raise a successful child
  7. Own a house on Lake Michigan
  8. Attend TCRWP Coaching Institute
  9. See my sister successful and happy
  10. Use my job to improve reading and writing instruction for MANY students

Ten favorite books:

  1. Outlander series
  2. Harry Potter series
  3. Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
  4. Year Down Yonder
  5. Dark Tower series
  6. Any thing by John Grisham
  7. The Girl Who Drank the Moon
  8. Henry’s Awful Mistake
  9. Mama’s Right Here
  10. The Book With No Pictures



10 thoughts on “SoL #10 – 10 Things on Day 10

  1. This is a really cool Slice! I have never thought of making multiple lists, but this has me thinking! And I also love all things Harry Potter and just finished The Girl Who Drank the Moon and LOVED IT!!!!!!


  2. Great lists. I also did a type of Top 10 for day 10, but I really enjoyed reading about your lists! I love the idea of 10 things your grateful for, places you want to travel and 10 things you’d like to do before you die! (I might need to use some of these ideas for a future post.) Now I want to read “The Girl who drank the moon”! Thanks for sharing and for the recommendation.


  3. Great list! I love the format! One of my students did this and it inspired me to do it for our classroom blog! I’ll revisit this because it is a great way to reflect! I agree with your travel list! I want to go to all those places!


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