I’ve been blogging for well over a year and am yet to write a bucket list, shame on me! I thought about making a lifetime bucket list (not just for blogging of course, just because it’s a nice thing to do) but within a lifetime seemed a little too vague/would require too much patience. I considered a ‘before I’m 30’ too, but even that seemed too distant. 30 is nearly double my years on the planet! Anyway, I settled on 20. Just a few goals…
Run a proper race. This was in my 2014 goals and I didn’t get round to it, so maybe I’ll have better luck with an extended deadline!
Learn (properly) the art of roast dinner making. Just one of those survival skills you ought to have isn’t it? I’m quite good in the kitchen usually but haven’t completed the roastie job completely on my own, yet. It’s the bloody gravy that does it.
Learn to drive. Pretty standard stuff. I wasn’t in any rush to start lessons when I turned 17 as I haven’t a car waiting on the drive (nor a need for one) but by 20 I think I should probably be on the road. I still find it scary thinking of people 2 years younger than me driving in America!
Experience some other countries properly. Staying for a month or so somewhere would be great; long enough to absorb some of the ‘vibes’ of somewhere, long enough to feel comfortable and get your bearings, long enough not to cram everything into a week’s holiday. Don’t know where yet, fire me your recommendations!
Display more photographs. Considering how many snapshots I have of me, my friends, places, whatever random stuff is taking up camera roll space, it’s a bit ridiculous to have none on the walls at all. New room = time to decorate with alllll da pictures. Can’t wait. 😀
Broaden my circles. Recently I’ve been making friends with people both younger and older than me; I think age is irrelevant anyway and the wider the range, the better in my opinion!
Start a degree, without tying myself to any given place or time. Flexible learning should work well for me in that I’ll be able to study whenever and from wherever, so I’m looking forward to starting ‘uni’ whilst getting out into the real world too.
Experience more different events. Sounds silly but it was actually such a laugh watching the panto the other night! It’s something I’d never have thought of going to if my friends weren’t in it. Before I’m 20 I’d like to visit as many weird and wonderful events and places as possible, making for funny stories to tell if nothing else!
Try more fitness activities. Pole fitness being top of the list, it’s fascinating to watch! Working out is a habit for me but I feel like I should combine it with having fun, learning skills and socialising more often too. Not to mention abs toning – that flinging-yourself-around-a-pole business looks seriously tough on the midriff!
… you give me a challenge for no.10!
I’ll be 20 by 2017. Whatttt?