20 Goals For My Twentieth Year Of Life
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20 Goals For My Twentieth Year Of Life

My year of growth.

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Its been a few months since I have turned 20, but I have decided it is time to change. Up until now, I've always worried about everybody else. I have worried about what everybody else wants and what everybody else thinks. My 20th year of life is going to be my year. I am making big changes and I am making these changes for me. I have huge goals for myself, and I am not going to let anybody get in my way.

1. Be nice to everybody.

Including the people who are not nice to me.

2. Live for myself.

I am going to stop living for others and finally do the things I want to do.

3. Put my health first.

My 20th year of life is going to be for me. I am going to live my healthiest life-mentally and physically.

4. Be unapologetically me.

This is going to be the year I find me and be me. Unapologetically.

5. Go graduate school shopping.

I want to find the perfect graduate school for me, and I am going to do that.

6. Try new things.

I am going to try new food, new clothing styles, and new interests.

7. Get out of my comfort zone.

I am going to push myself to the limit and do things I never would have done before.

8. Stay away from drama.

Drama is not something anybody wants, but this year, I am avoiding it at all costs.

9. Go to the gym more.

Let's be honest, we could all use this goal. This year, I am going to take it way more seriously now that my metabolism isn't what it used to be.

10. Get more involved at school.

I am already pretty involved, but I want to be even more involved. I want to participate in every social event with every organization I'm in. I want to run for more executive positions. I want to do more community service. I just want to do more.

11. Make more friends.

I want to build stronger bonds with the friends I already have, but I also want more friends. I want to make new connections with people. I want to build lifelong friendships with people like you're supposed to do in college.

12. Be the best mentor I can be.

I want to be able to be there as much as I can for my younger friends. I want to be able to give them the best advice possible.

13. Spend less time in my room.

I am going to stop sitting in my room as much. I am going to go out more. Sitting in my room can put such a damper on my mood, and this is the year that I stop doing that.

14. Get over some fears.

I am going to face some fears and make myself get over them.

15. Find a job.

I need to find a job, and one that I actually enjoy.

16. Love myself.

This is my year to show myself some love. I will love myself in everything I do.

17. Go on a fun trip with friends.

I just want to go on a really fun trip, possibly a full on road trip, with some good friends! There's nothing better than spending quality time with friends.

18. Care more about how I look.

I am generally the leggings and t-shirt type of person. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, but I want to start dressing nicer and wearing make up more often.

19. Buy the things I want.

I am going to buy the things I want this year, as long as I have the money to do so. I'm not going to go into debt for something I want, but if I see something I want, I will get it.

20. Be happy.

Above all, I just want to be the happiest me I can be for all of my 20s, and that starts today.

My 20th year is my year of growth. I am going to learn more about myself and love myself more.

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