My 30 Before 30 Bucket List.

Do you ever look back and realise how much time you’ve wasted?

Today is my birthday, I am officially 24 years old. I’m nearly halfway to 50, with not a lot to show for it.

Of course I have my beautiful children and a lovely home, I work hard to provide what I can for them and live each and every day making their little worlds happy.

But what have I really done?

I’ve decided to compile a bucket list – 30 things to do/achieve before I’m 30.

Each time something is completed it can be ticked off and I can look back in a few years time and be proud. A bucket list will also give me inspiration on the days I’m feeling a bit down in the dumps and it also means I’ll always have something to plan – well, for six years anyway!

30 before 30.

  • Go camping. Proper camping. No ย phone, no hairdryer, nothing. Just me and my babies going back to basics.
  • Go abroad. I haven’t been abroad since I was 14. I’ve been to Paris, Lanzaroteย and Turkey and I love the hot weather and different cultures. I’d love to visit Barcelona.
  • Go to Disneyland Florida. It’s somewhere Mia has dreamed of visiting since she could talk.
  • Get my dodgy tattoo covered.
  • Write an eBook.
  • Pass my driving test.
  • Buy a car.
  • See a show at the West End.
  • See in the new year in London.
  • Get better at making desserts.
  • Read. A proper book. Not just the leaflets out of school book bags.
  • Make the most of where we live – Norfolk is beautiful if you look in the right places!
  • Quit smoking.
  • Get my glad-rags on and possibly win an award (ahem – Allergy Blog Awards UK)
  • Spend a day at the beach with the children, paddling, building sand castles and watching the sun go down with a bag of chips and a wooden fork.
  • Start exercising – properly and regularly.
  • See Adele live.
  • Hold a spider. The big hairy scary kind.
  • Volunteer for a children’s charity.
  • Raise money for a children’s charity.
  • Further my education.
  • Have a Grey’s Anatomy marathon. Just me, myself and chocolate.
  • Write a will – depressing I know but you never know what is around the corner!
  • Let go of the past.
  • Be more spontaneous.
  • Learn the basics of a different language.
  • Give my children their dream bedroom.
  • Get Mia into dance lessons.
  • Take my children to a show.
  • Make a list of 35 things to do before I am 35.

Wow – that was harder than I thought! But I’m determined to tick half of these off in three years.

Do you have a 30 before 30 bucket list or similar? Let me know below!

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