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2020 Bucket List

I owe it to myself.

2020 Bucket List

There are so many things I have yet to do and I believe graduating from college means I will have time to actually do it.

1. Self Growth

A lot of things are going to change this year and I need to learn who the new me will be.

2. Take care of myself

More mental health days are definitely needed.

3. Travel

I'm not just talking once or twice. I want to go multiple places to experience new things and relax.

4. Spend more time with family

If there is one thing the past few years have taught me, it's how important family is and that you never know when the last time you see someone will be

5. Hang out with my friends 

As we are all about to graduate, I'm so proud of the people they are becoming but I will miss them.

6. Start exercising 

I have said this probably a million times but after I graduate I have no excuse.

7. Eating better

Might be another basic thing to add, but as a college student I really eat anything and it's not usually the healthiest.

8. Go to a concert

Who doesn't love a good concert?

9. Graduate 

This part really leads to the rest so let's do it.

2020 I'm coming for you.

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