As of Sunday, I am officially 26 and unlike many people who begin the journey into the late twenties, I have no anxiety about it. I think that’s the case for several reason, the first being that I’ve already accomplished a lot in my first 25 years. Secondly, because I have a lot more to accomplish in the next 25 years and I don’t have time to waste on the extra stress.
“Do not count the candles but notice the light they give. Do not count the years; look at the life you live”.
In the spirit of my birthday, I have created a list of 26 things I would like to accomplish in the next year to ensure that I live it to the fullest.
Here starts many accomplishments to make the best year yet!
Complete my first half marathon
Travel somewhere new, whether that is in Nova Scotia or across the globe, as long as I have never been there before
Love my body at my best and my worst
Spend more time with people
Spend less time with technology
Invest in Balance to Bliss
Eat whole foods, most of the time
Read a book a month
Pay off all my student debt
Try skiing for the first time
Strengthen relationships with family and friends
Meditate weekly and manage stress efficiently
Hike along the Cabot Trail
Save more – 10% of every paycheck to be saved
Get involved in The Canadian Public Relations Society
Finish our basement office and home gym space
Take more risks
Solve my tummy issues
Floss more often
Don’t worry about what other people think
Attend more concerts with Glen
Lace up my sneakers more often
Enjoy every moment of my 26th year
So there is a lot to do in the next 12 months to make this an outstanding year. What are your goals for this year? What do you want to accomplish to make the best of tomorrow? Share it with me! I’d love to be able to help you out and hold you accountable.
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – Les Brown