20 Years Reverse Bucket List

It’s been a while since I’ve posted (again!). This semester has just been all go, and it’s gone too fast. I’m done college in just over a month! At the minute, I’m up to my eyeballs with assignments and readings to do for college, but I also want to get back into the swing of things with my blog. I love a good birthday post- last year I did 19 things I learned in 19 years as well as a Birthday Outfit Diary.

Obviously, I wanted to do something a little different this year. I’m 20 (I’m still not fully accepting of it!), and I was thinking what have I achieved in the last 20 years?

 

Won an All- Ireland title

Completed school, and got into my first University choice

Went on a cable cart!

Moved to Prague all by myself

Took up a sport

 

Learned how to cook

Went to a festival!

Saw the Coronas live (before they were big, woo!)

Met Katie Taylor (twice!)

Visited London

 

Joined Netflix, and actually watched TV shows (a silly addition, but something I didn’t think I’d see!)

Volunteered

Improved my makeup ‘skills’

Became a qualified boxing judge!

Found my independence

Learned to accept the things I cannot change

Been published in a newspaper (got the front page story before)

Visited Auschwitz

 

Set up a blog I’m proud of

(kinda) Learned how to budget

 

10 Goals for the Next 10 Years

 

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Go to a professional fight night where Anthony Joshua is boxing

Visit Amsterdam

Visit America!

Become a qualified journalist/ land the perfect job!

Become a boxing referee

Go to the Darts Championships in the Alexandra Palace

Box for Ireland

 Open a Savings account

Completely stop caring about people that don’t return the care

                       Improve a skill

 

I remember when I was becoming a teenager, and how excited I was, and now I’m completely gone from my teens. I know 21 is the ‘big one’, but there’s something bittersweet about saying goodbye to the ‘teen’ in my age.

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