30 things before 30 update

2014

it’s been sometime since i last checked in on my 30 things before 30 list. i haven’t been ignoring it, i promise!

here’s a quick update…

  1. visit paris
  2. three courses, three countries: breakfast in london, lunch in paris, dinner in brussels
  3. eat at a mitchelin starred restaurant in london
  4. try something i wouldn’t normally eat
  5. start a small business
  6. run a 5k (this one scares me to death)
  7. unplug for a full day (or maybe a week!): no phone, social media, tv etc.
  8. kiss someone on nye at midnight
  9. live abroad for at least a year
  10. buy a meal for a homeless person
  11. lose 2 stone / 12.7 kg / 28 lbs
  12. have a morning routine
  13. climb to the top of the eiffel tower
  14. go the cinema on my own
  15. see a play at shakespeare’s globe in london
  16. sort out a pension and life insurance (eek!)
  17. go to a music festival
  18. learn to speak conversational french
  19. do a “once-in-a-lifetime” thing
  20. splurge on an item i can’t afford  but that will last a life-time
  21. serve at a soup kitchen
  22. take a poetry class
  23. re-read all 7 harry potter books (hello christmas present)
  24. start a work-out routine
  25. write a short story
  26. go a on british countryside walk
  27. serve a full-time mission for the lds church
  28. re-watch fringe
  29. visit new york
  30. go hot-tubbing under the stars

fifteen down!

and lets be honest here – with less than a month to go i am probably not going to get everything done on the list. but since my last update i’ve completed the 3 courses in 3 countries plan, which was a stunning trip (catch up here and here). i got a midnight kiss on nye 🙂 bought a meal for a homeless person and for the splurge once in a lifetime item? i bought a mini cooper d.

naturally.

seeing as technically i won’t be 31 for another year i plan to carry on these bucket list items until i am 31!

happy monday folks.

“When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me.”
– Erma Bombeck

m.

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