30 Before 30 Bucket List
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My "30 Before 30" Bucket List

In no particular order!

My "30 Before 30" Bucket List


1. Study abroad

2. See the Swiss Alps

3. Get kissed in the London rain

4. Travel alone

5. Take a risk and ask a crush out

6. See the Eiffel Tower

7. See Big Ben

8. Start reading more and have a collection of books

9. Go to a country where you don't speak the language

10. Go skiing

To Do:

11. Go skydiving or Bungee jumping

12. Learn to play the guitar

13. Go to Japan

14. Treat myself to an expensive spa day

15. Complete family tree

16. Run (or walk) in a marathon

17. See Queen in concert (soon to be crossed off!)

18. Rescue another animal

19. Vote in a presidential election (2020 can't come soon enough!)

20. Cross country road trip

21. Learn to change a tire

22. Learn how to drive a stick-shift (currently in the process!)

23. Learn to meditate

24. Watch the ball drop in Times Square on NYE

25. Splurge on an expensive item I've always wanted

26. Find a NEW hobby

27. Keep a houseplant alive

28. Buy a new car

29. Learn how to invest in stock exchange

30. Get a psychic reading done

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