25 Before 26

25 Before 26

  1. See Allison, my sister, get married! – Can’t wait for the end of June to head to northern California and be her Maid of Honor.
  2. Visit a state I’ve never been to.
  3. Participate in Me Made May 2013!
  4. Sew a pair of well fitting pants
  5. Stop biting my nails – been working on this for years
  6. Decorate my new place – once we find it!
  7. Complete Gertie’s Bombshell class and dress – I bought this an embarrassingly long time ago.
  8. Spend a few days in Napa and the Bay area after Allison’s wedding – I lived there for a time in college and can’t wait to go back!
  9. Eat breakfast more often – I think my coworkers will appreciate this one.
  10. Read or listen to more books – I spend a lot of time driving from client to client for my work so audiobooks will most likely be the way to go.
  11. Visit a new and possibly weird museum – I’m hoping for something super quirky or strange.
  12. Go on longer bike rides
  13. Try a new recipe every month
  14. Sew more tops – every time I am struggling with picking something to wear its the top half with the issue.
  15. Work on my debt snowball and stick to my strict budget.
  16. Drink more water – I just got a great app, Plant Nanny, to help with this one.
  17. Start a new tradition – maybe holiday or seasonal?
  18. Take a spontaneous weekend trip.
  19. Bake some bread
  20. Learn to use my serger to its full capabilities
  21. Sew some cute pajamas
  22. Hike the Grand Canyon – gotta have a least one big and possibly unrealistic goal right?
  23. Complete a month long photo challenge
  24. Try making pasta from scratch
  25. Have my favorite year yet!

See the wrap up of last year’s list here.

One Response to 25 Before 26

  1. Jill says:

    I love number 22! My Nana passed away a few months after I graduated from college. We were very close, but I still feel like I didn’t spend enough time with her and regret it to this day. I remember one day I went to visit her in the nursing home, and she was SO happy to see me. I wish I had gone to visit her more and had asked her more questions about her life. It still breaks my heart to think about how happy she was to spend time with me that day, and that I didn’t realize how important it was to her and respond by visiting her more often. When you’re young, you think you have all the time in the world, but you don’t. Take the time to really get to know the people you love. I hope you and your Grandma can spend some lovely afternoons together.

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