Birthday Goals – 28 before 29.

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Last week I turned the ripe ol’ age of 28. Hoooooooly-sh*t-balls, this is no joke! Although I am not particularly fond of getting one year closer to ma seniors’ card, this year… I feel that I am exactly where I should be.

And speaking of age cards, I got asked for ID last week and the sweet lass serving me stared at the card for a moment and then burst out laughing, claiming “I should be happy she asked.” Okay woman, I’m  gonna need to add another bottle of wine after that comment. Well played.

Every time my birthday swings ‘round I like to set myself a coupla’ goals to achieve before I blow the candles out once again. This year I was inspired by this blog and decided to nail down a 28 before 29 list. So here….we….go!

  1. Read 16 books
  2. Book a trip to Italy
  3. Complete 12 random acts of kindness
  4. Take a class in something
  5. Complete a 30 day yoga challenge
  6. Make a scrapbook
  7. Print a bunch of photos every month
  8. Nail down a perfect skincare routine
  9. Reorganise and de-clutter
  10. Go the Clare Valley
  11. Grow some herbs
  12. Throw a dinner party
  13. Get debt free
  14. Watch all the doco’s on this list
  15. Do a month with no soft drink
  16. Go to three sports matches
  17. Eat at one of Australia’s Top 100 Restaurants
  18. Ride a horse
  19. Solve a Rubik’s cube
  20. See a musical
  21. Watch Twin Peaks
  22. Try a new cuisine
  23. Have a crack at Geocaching
  24. Learn how to make amazing ice-cream
  25. Travel to Bali
  26. Read a book in a day
  27. Catch a fish
  28. Get a KitchenAid mixer (bake up a storm!)

…aaaaaaand it looks like it’s going to be a very busy year!

Sure, I may not end up getting all these bad boys crossed off the list but I am sure going to give it a red hot go (always wanted to say red hot go, that should have been in the list.)

Stay tuned for updated on my progress!

Do I stand alone or does anyone else lock down some birthday goals?

Until next time…That’s what she said.

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