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Bucket List - 30 Before 30

30 before 30 - a bucket list

30 things I want to do before I hit 30 - in August 2018.


1. Write a book.

2. Complete 101 crafts with Marianna. (Expect to hear lots more about this.)

3. Bake a cake.

4. Sew an outfit - in miniature!

5. Buy a pair of shoes because they look good - not because they're comfortable! (Bonus points if they're both...)

6. Walk barefoot on the beach. - We went to Cold Knap in Barry.

7. Go out for a romantic meal.

8. Attend a concert I want to see. (As in, it won't count if I just go to something work related!)

9. Win a prize worth more than £250. - I won two TVs and a swanky phone this summer!

10. Sit for a professional family photo.

11. Rollerskate.

12. Get married!

13. Complete a jigsaw puzzle.

14. Tame the back garden.

15. Get into the top 100 on Tots100 - even if it's only for one update, I'm determined!

16. Tame the front garden.

17. Claw my way out of my overdraft.

18. Read - and review - 250 books.

19. Paint a picture.

20. Gain a new qualification.

21. Put the Mountfield dollhouse together.

22. Take Marianna to the zoo.

23. Watch a film at the cinema.

24. Get back into a size 10. Gotta be ambitious, after all.

25. Ride a bike. This one could be difficult - I even refused to get on a bike when I lived in Cambridge, so the last time was probably when I was about 11.

26. Take Marianna swimming.

27. Spend the night outside Wales. Since having Marianna we've barely crossed the border.

28. Go bowling.

29. Attend a blogging conference.

30. Host a party.



What is on your bucket list?



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Comments

  1. You've got some great ideas on here!

    I just posted my 30 Before 30 as well, and it looks like we have a couple in common! http://www.flinntrospection.com/30-before-30-20-something-bucket-list/

    Good luck with your list :)

    Hillary | www.flinntrospection.com

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    1. Ooh, thank you - I'll have to check out yours too! :)

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  2. Go on, jump on that bike! If you could manage at 11, you can manage now too. You can't forget how to ride a bike. I will be 30 next year but I didn't think of a bucket list yet. I suppose I want to visit as many countries as I can before then (I already passed 35, so I can't say I want to visit 30 before 30) :)

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    1. Hopefully not! It'll be time to teach my daughter before too long so we can be wobbly together! :)

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  3. Sadly, I am well past 30 and there are some of these I still haven't done. I can recommend baby swimming though. My little one swims with Puddle Ducks and loves it. Also, I definitely agree you should attend a blogging conference. Come to Britmums! #BloggerClubUK

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    1. I wish I could! Hopefully next year. I really need to check out what swimming classes we have locally, I think Marianna will love it. :)

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  4. Wow, what a bucket list! Good luck.... Haven't done one in awhile, perhaps it's time to do one too? x

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  5. So many lovely things in your bucket list! I don't actually have it, but if I did, it would include a trip to Disneyland! :)
    http://lilinhaangel.com/

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    1. Definitely! I thought I better be realistic though and save it for the 40 before 40, lol.

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  6. You should definitely attend a blogging conference they are so much fun! On my bucket list I want to travel the world.

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    1. I keep hearing such good things about them! :)

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  7. What an amazing bucket list I haven't ever done one but like the one before 30 idea good luck with it you deserve it all x

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  8. This is an amazing list, I hope you manage to complete it and perhaps even combine a few of them x

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  9. Love these and hope you get to achieve them - I haven't really got a bucket list, perhaps I ought to do one

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    1. I'm hoping it might give me a bit of focus to get them done!

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  10. I love bucket lists. Some of these are easy which is perfect because you want them to be realistic and to be able to tick some off immediately right? like baking a cake :) should be a lot of fun doing these. Good luck x

    Alina from The Fairytale Pretty Picture

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    1. Exactly - it gives you a bit of a push to go on to the next one! (Well, hopefully!) x

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  11. This is a great list! Very achievable too, which is important, although it seems you've achieved so much already. My next 'big' birthday is 50 (OMG!), not for a good whie yet I might add, but 50 before 50 would be a big list! #BloggerClubUK

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    1. Thank you! :) I think if I've had gone for a big 'all in' bucket list it would have depressed me a bit how many are just totally out of reach due to finances, so this seemed like a good compromise!

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  12. What a lovely list, it's so good to have personal goals like this. I love the name Marianna too!

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    1. Aw, thank you - Anthony took some convincing but he came around to my way of thinking in the end!

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  13. What a great list, I am sure you will do everything on this list before 2018. xx

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  14. Good luck!! I'm 30 in September and last year I did a list of things to do but then I fell pregnant and many of the things were impossible! Ooops, I now have two months (with a newborn attached to me) to ride a horse, visit Berlin, do a hot air balloon ride and 's bunch of other things! Haha xx

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    1. xD I'm just imagining this montage of you doing it all - wearing roller skates, and probably advertising tampax at the same time like WonderWoman! x

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  15. Wow, what a list!!! I would love to write a book. What type of book do you want to write?

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    1. :D Thanks! I'd love to do a collection of short stories - either romance or horror!

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  16. What a fab list, good luck on completing it. Sadly I'm past 30 :( and I don't even want to think about 40 before 40 yet lol!
    Thanks for linking up to #BloggerClubUK :)
    Debbie

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    1. Fingers crossed - I tried to keep it realistic in the hopes of crossing them all off!

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  17. What a fun list, although I'd have to come up with a much longer one, since mine would have to be "before 50" :/

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    1. Knowing me, some of these will probably be carried over to my 50 list!

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