After finding out the U.S. Post Office was not delivering any mail to me in February, I'm really stoked that any task lists found their way to me at all this quarter. In fact, 117 task lists made it to me this quarter and didn't get returned. That feels like a miracle!
My temporary state of residence New Jersey is kicking some serious task list-collecting ass, I also want to give a shout-out the little list and note of encouragement that rolled in all the way from New Zealand. It is such a joy to hear from a past client, who has made some big, bold moves.
While this project is for the ladies, there are gents who go above and beyond to support me. I want to thank sweet-hearted Michael Walsh & sweet-toothed Nolan Krull for their encouragement. In February, Nolan dispatched a packet of 9 task lists from his female colleagues at Edgemead High in Cape Town. (Yes, that Cape Town in South Africa.) After all the Post Office drama the week prior, I cried when this stash of task lists arrived the following week.
The Highlights at 3/31/2017
- Total Lists Collected: 347
- Number of countries represented (including the U.S.): 7
- Number of (U.S.) states represented: 16
- The state with the most task lists donated: New Jersey with 159 lists
- Task lists to go(al): 32,653
What's the best way to help right now?
Be the eyes and ears for the 33k Task List Project among your family, friends and coworkers. If you see a woman writing or talking about their task list, please ask them to consider donating their task list. Bonus points if you share this link with them: http://vtl.life/33ktasklists.
If you don't know what to say, consider this: Hey, did you know there's a woman trying to make an art exhibit out of 33,000 task lists from other women? If you're willing to donate your list(s), here's a link to the project or google #33ktasklists.
Every small action counts! Thank you so much for helping to make this dream of mine a reality.