I've always been a dreamer, but now it's time to be a doer.
I’m currently 23 and feel the years slipping through my fingers. In about two months I'll be turning 24, making me a year away from the inevitable quarter-life crisis. While I've accomplished a lot in my life so far (and am totally grateful for that!) there's so much still that I want to do.
You might not know it, but I'm a highly ambitious person. I have lofty hopes and dreams, but rather than letting life just happen to me, I want to take a bit more control. So I decided to create a bucket-list of sorts – 30 things I want to accomplish before turning 30. It's a mixture of persona, professional and fun with the best part being that everything is totally doable within the next six years.
While I might be fealess when it comes to taking professional risks, I'm not nearly as adventreous in my personal life. I still don't want to do anything too crazy, but there's a couple of things I want to do that will definitely require me to leve the comfort of my room.
3. Visit the real Halloweentown
4. Go ziplining
5. Learn to surf
Sure, I go to Soul Cycle, but I need to up my workout/wellness regimine. More self-care is a must!
7. Run a 5K
9. Have my palms read
"If you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room." I took that peice of advice seriously and want to keep learning, partciulary in grad school.
13. Re-learn to code
Make that money honey! These goals are all about getting me to the next level of my career and to financial freedom.
15. Write a book
16. Blog for an entire year
17. Have a screenplay accepted into a film festival
18. Buy a car
19. Pay off my credit card
Girls just wanna have fun! And yes, I just sang that. This section is all about the random and quirky things I plan to do between writing scripts and spin classes.
21. Visit a drive in theater
22. Get a second tattoo
23. Host a vision board party
25. Volunteer on a major holiday
29. See 10 Broadway Shows
What’s something you suggest everyone does before turning 30? Let me know in the comments!