What Olivia Did
Although next month I turn 22, I figured I'd need a little more than 12 months before I complete a lot of the things I'd like to on my '25 before 25' list. See it as a bit of an epic (and perhaps over-ambitious) 'to do' list, which will perhaps encourage me to get my bottom in gear every now and again and get out there! Some things are definitely more achievable than others (put it this way, I'm more likely to drink more water than write a book)- but a girl's gotta dream, right?

1. Get a tattoo
After deliberating this for the last couple of years, I think I'm almost set on what I'd like. I won't say too much (because I'll probably change my mind)- but it's only something teeny, but something I'd like to definitely have done! Joe and I have spoken about getting something when we're in New York this summer, so that could definitely be an option...

2. Save up. A lot.
Whether that's for the one day 'big day', a little pad (or a shed in London), a bit of travelling or even just because- I'd like to be a little more regimented with my saving- even if it's just for a rainy day, because the cold hard truth is that I really don't need another button up skirt.

3. See some more of the US!
My family and I spoke about this earlier this year (in light of a couple of big family birthdays in the next couple of years)- and decided we'd love to do a mini road trip in the U.S- which is pretty blooming exciting! I'd love to see Palm Springs and Salvation Mountain (and have also never been to LA)- so would love to tick some more U.S destinations off of my list!

4. Do a run- and not just for the bus...
It probably won't be a marathon (although wouldn't that be amazing)- but to be able to run more than just for the train- would be something I'd love to achieve. There's talks of me doing a little something next month in London (which I hope to do for charity too)- so watch this space!

5. Give savoury cooking a better shot (and improve my recipes)!
I love cooking. It's no secret, but sadly my #bakewithliv hashtag doesn't get half as much use as I'd like it too, and I'd love to become a better cook. From savoury dishes, new recipes and tastier cakes- I'd love to improve on my culinary skills in the next few years. Whether that's investing in lessons, or just taking more kitchen time- it's on the agenda!

6. Learn do DJ (no lols, ok)
This has been something I've mentioned to a few people in the past, and it's something I'd love to to. I doubt I'll ever be DJing on the White Isle (the thought alone makes me belly laugh a little)- but to be able to learn a new skill and incorporate something I'm so passionate about (music) would be pretty amazing.

7. Become a yoga queen
Or something like that ; ) mainly because I need to get a bit fitter, and it seems like something achievable I could perhaps start practising at home, soooo....

8. Bloody catch up on Game of Thrones (and Breaking Bad)
You have about 3 years Liv that should be enough. Just stop getting distracted and do it. Winter has come (and gone, and come again).

9. Continue to put time into my blog
... and try, if only a little, to nuture it and help it grow. I'm not business minded and I don't have a strategy behind my place on the internet- but if I can keep putting the love that I am into it now, then I'll be a happy lady.

10. Learn a new skill
... or perfect something you love doing. be it photography to cooking, try and really excel at something- and enjoy doing it more in your spare time- you don't always need to be on Twitter Liv, just saying.

11. Perfect my blog layout and archives
Hopefully this will be done by the end of this year- and in light of my blogs 5th birthday- what better way to celebrate!

12. Rinse my Young Persons railcard
I am lucky enough to have the little card of happiness in my purse that is my YP railcard. It gives me 1/3 off of UK train travel- and when it expires when I'm 25 I hope to be able to say that I truly took advantage of it and saw as much of the UK (at a slightly discounted rate) that I could!

13. In a dream world, it'd be 'have enough for a mortgage'
- so maybe I'll pop this on here for optimisms sake (and to maybe remind myself that maybe I don't need that handbag) because one day it'd be nice to have somewhere that was totally mw own. But again- it's nice to dream big!

14. Go on a girlie holiday!
I'm lucky enough to have a handful of fantastic girlfriends, and I'd love to be able to go on a girlie holiday with them. Maybe not all together at once, but to go on some 'out out' nights and make some more special memories. SOPPINESS OVER.

15. Write. A lot more.
Because that's why I started this blog and I love doing it.

16. Take a ballet class
Mainly because I think my 5 year old self would appreciate me giving it another shot as a fully grown adult (and without having to drag my nan on to the dance floor with me), plus after seeing The Nutcracker last year, I felt very inspired to give it a shot!

17. Go strawberry picking!
Pretty self explanatory!

18. Host a supper club
Even if it was once every month for a few friends- being able to learn to cook different meals and courses, and then share them with the people I love sounds like a great idea- and gives the perfect excuse for catching up!

19. Eat my way around Italy (or, EATALY)
I'm desperate to see more of the country, and anyone that knows me knows how much I cherish pasta, meat, bread and pizza (although, undeniably, there is more to Italy than that)- so can you possibly imagine a better holiday? Nope, I can't either...

20. Worry less
Another one that pretty much explains itself- but something that can help make life so much easier. Worry be gone!

21. Drink more water
- ultimate to do list, right?

22. Pass my driving test
My wonderful (and perhaps overly generous) instructor said that I could be at test level by the Autumn (for a girl who's manoeuvres are better than her driving that's probably saying something)- so I'd love to be mooching about in a car by then! Bring on British seaside road trips a plenty!

23. Have a day of playing tourist in my own city
Considering I've never been to Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament, I'd love to take a day out to go full on tourist in London. Whether that's doing an open top bus, posing for photographs in Leicester Square (okay, I'm only joking there)- or eating at Angus Steak House (again, another porkie)- I'd love to take a day and properly discover London!

24. Write a book
It may never be published, it may be a story, or it may be a guide- but I'd love to write enough by the time I'm 25 to have something worthy of having the word 'book' put to it. Be it a zine, novel or anything else, how amazing would that be?

25. Be excited for the future
and enjoy every moment! Life is short, precious and exciting- so make the most of it with the special ones around you.

x
What Olivia Did
Although next month I turn 22, I figured I'd need a little more than 12 months before I complete a lot of the things I'd like to on my '25 before 25' list. See it as a bit of an epic (and perhaps over-ambitious) 'to do' list, which will perhaps encourage me to get my bottom in gear every now and again and get out there! Some things are definitely more achievable than others (put it this way, I'm more likely to drink more water than write a book)- but a girl's gotta dream, right?

1. Get a tattoo
After deliberating this for the last couple of years, I think I'm almost set on what I'd like. I won't say too much (because I'll probably change my mind)- but it's only something teeny, but something I'd like to definitely have done! Joe and I have spoken about getting something when we're in New York this summer, so that could definitely be an option...

2. Save up. A lot.
Whether that's for the one day 'big day', a little pad (or a shed in London), a bit of travelling or even just because- I'd like to be a little more regimented with my saving- even if it's just for a rainy day, because the cold hard truth is that I really don't need another button up skirt.

3. See some more of the US!
My family and I spoke about this earlier this year (in light of a couple of big family birthdays in the next couple of years)- and decided we'd love to do a mini road trip in the U.S- which is pretty blooming exciting! I'd love to see Palm Springs and Salvation Mountain (and have also never been to LA)- so would love to tick some more U.S destinations off of my list!

4. Do a run- and not just for the bus...
It probably won't be a marathon (although wouldn't that be amazing)- but to be able to run more than just for the train- would be something I'd love to achieve. There's talks of me doing a little something next month in London (which I hope to do for charity too)- so watch this space!

5. Give savoury cooking a better shot (and improve my recipes)!
I love cooking. It's no secret, but sadly my #bakewithliv hashtag doesn't get half as much use as I'd like it too, and I'd love to become a better cook. From savoury dishes, new recipes and tastier cakes- I'd love to improve on my culinary skills in the next few years. Whether that's investing in lessons, or just taking more kitchen time- it's on the agenda!

6. Learn do DJ (no lols, ok)
This has been something I've mentioned to a few people in the past, and it's something I'd love to to. I doubt I'll ever be DJing on the White Isle (the thought alone makes me belly laugh a little)- but to be able to learn a new skill and incorporate something I'm so passionate about (music) would be pretty amazing.

7. Become a yoga queen
Or something like that ; ) mainly because I need to get a bit fitter, and it seems like something achievable I could perhaps start practising at home, soooo....

8. Bloody catch up on Game of Thrones (and Breaking Bad)
You have about 3 years Liv that should be enough. Just stop getting distracted and do it. Winter has come (and gone, and come again).

9. Continue to put time into my blog
... and try, if only a little, to nuture it and help it grow. I'm not business minded and I don't have a strategy behind my place on the internet- but if I can keep putting the love that I am into it now, then I'll be a happy lady.

10. Learn a new skill
... or perfect something you love doing. be it photography to cooking, try and really excel at something- and enjoy doing it more in your spare time- you don't always need to be on Twitter Liv, just saying.

11. Perfect my blog layout and archives
Hopefully this will be done by the end of this year- and in light of my blogs 5th birthday- what better way to celebrate!

12. Rinse my Young Persons railcard
I am lucky enough to have the little card of happiness in my purse that is my YP railcard. It gives me 1/3 off of UK train travel- and when it expires when I'm 25 I hope to be able to say that I truly took advantage of it and saw as much of the UK (at a slightly discounted rate) that I could!

13. In a dream world, it'd be 'have enough for a mortgage'
- so maybe I'll pop this on here for optimisms sake (and to maybe remind myself that maybe I don't need that handbag) because one day it'd be nice to have somewhere that was totally mw own. But again- it's nice to dream big!

14. Go on a girlie holiday!
I'm lucky enough to have a handful of fantastic girlfriends, and I'd love to be able to go on a girlie holiday with them. Maybe not all together at once, but to go on some 'out out' nights and make some more special memories. SOPPINESS OVER.

15. Write. A lot more.
Because that's why I started this blog and I love doing it.

16. Take a ballet class
Mainly because I think my 5 year old self would appreciate me giving it another shot as a fully grown adult (and without having to drag my nan on to the dance floor with me), plus after seeing The Nutcracker last year, I felt very inspired to give it a shot!

17. Go strawberry picking!
Pretty self explanatory!

18. Host a supper club
Even if it was once every month for a few friends- being able to learn to cook different meals and courses, and then share them with the people I love sounds like a great idea- and gives the perfect excuse for catching up!

19. Eat my way around Italy (or, EATALY)
I'm desperate to see more of the country, and anyone that knows me knows how much I cherish pasta, meat, bread and pizza (although, undeniably, there is more to Italy than that)- so can you possibly imagine a better holiday? Nope, I can't either...

20. Worry less
Another one that pretty much explains itself- but something that can help make life so much easier. Worry be gone!

21. Drink more water
- ultimate to do list, right?

22. Pass my driving test
My wonderful (and perhaps overly generous) instructor said that I could be at test level by the Autumn (for a girl who's manoeuvres are better than her driving that's probably saying something)- so I'd love to be mooching about in a car by then! Bring on British seaside road trips a plenty!

23. Have a day of playing tourist in my own city
Considering I've never been to Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament, I'd love to take a day out to go full on tourist in London. Whether that's doing an open top bus, posing for photographs in Leicester Square (okay, I'm only joking there)- or eating at Angus Steak House (again, another porkie)- I'd love to take a day and properly discover London!

24. Write a book
It may never be published, it may be a story, or it may be a guide- but I'd love to write enough by the time I'm 25 to have something worthy of having the word 'book' put to it. Be it a zine, novel or anything else, how amazing would that be?

25. Be excited for the future
and enjoy every moment! Life is short, precious and exciting- so make the most of it with the special ones around you.

x

69 comments:

  1. Liv, this is such a lovely post! (Also how are you still so young AND ACCOMPLISHED? You make me feel over the hill...ahem). I will turn 25 in 2016 and would love to write a list now that I would be able to complete before then. Perhaps I should get started.....Sophie xx
    www.fashionnomads.com

    ps. I need to drink ALL the water

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  2. A lot of amazing things everybody should have in their "to do list"

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  3. I love reading these kinds of posts, it's really interesting to see how people's goals and aspirations change over time and what's important to them. Although some of these may seem overly-ambitious to you, I think they're more than achievable for a girl who's written a blog since she was a teenager and gained a huge following in the space of a few years.

    You've gone from strength to strength so I think you'll reach 25, look back and be pretty proud of yourself for all you've achieved at such a young age. Finally - if you do publish some sort of written content, I can guarantee I'll be one of the first to get my hands on it. It'll be like an ode to the many years I've been reading this blog for!

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  4. So many of your 25 before 25 are actually on my 30 before 30 list! See, I kind of had to let go of the original plan when I realised 25 was only in a few months and I had done NOTHING I thought I'd do. Oopsie!

    Hope you manage to tick as many things off your list though!

    - Elodie x
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  5. Love this Liv! definitely want to write my own list :)

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  6. I think making a list like this is a really good idea, and great way to reflect on what you want to achieve!

    Nathalie | LIFES FILES
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  7. Great goals Liv, DJ is such a good one! And what a lovely image! X

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  8. Olivia, I really love your blog and I'll keep my fingers crossed so you could accomplish your 25 before 25!! :-D I'd really like to read a book written by you, being it fiction or anything else!

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  9. Really loved reading this post! can definitely relate to not being on track with game of thrones, I'm only at the start of season 3! x

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  10. I absolutely love this post Liv! Although I've just turned 23 so only have 2 years to achieve mine!

    I definitely need to worry less and drink more water and would absolutely love to grow my blog, make writing my full time job and learn lots of new skills. I played tourist in my own city recently and it was amazing so I definitely recommend that! And I'm running the Bupa 10k this Monday... Wish me luck!!

    You've achieved so much already with your blog, you should definitely be excited for the future xxx

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    1. Good luck on your Bupa run lovely! Amazing x

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  11. This is a great list!

    xo, Liz
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  12. These were so cute! Most of these are some of my goals, too but I'm only nearly eighteen :)

    Georgia x | Georgia Nicolaou Blog

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  13. this is such a great post, it's inspired me to do one I turn 25 next year (scary) maybe it'll give me the kick up the bottom to have some things to be more motivated!

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  14. Gosh there are so many of these points I want to achieve myself - I want to run, to eat around Italy (again) and to visit the USA (again) but I ultimately want to experience, be happy & become cultured!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

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  15. You're such an inspiration, Liv! Although I'm only turning 18 in July I feel so inspired to do something similar to this. I simply love making lists and sure enjoyed reading yours. :) xo

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  16. This was such a lovely list and so many points I can connect with. I definitely want to get running and would love to eat my way around Italy xx

    Alana Says…//www.alana-says.blogspot.co.uk//Fashion and lifestyle blog

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  17. I think everything you mentioned is on my to-do list too, especially drinking more water!
    Jodie xo // JodieLoue

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  18. I love this list! There's a lot of things on here that are also on my bucket list. I do very low level yoga at home - it really helps to make you focus, relax and gives better posture. I would love a ballet lesson, I'm hoping my health will improve enough soon to give it a go.
    I'm 25 this year for some reason I always think you're older than me! Maybe I need a 30 before 30!! Eating my way around italy is going on that one for sure!!!
    Emma Xx

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  19. Definitely start saving! You'll be so glad you did, even if it's just to travel! I am going on a roadtrip across the US next month from Ohio to LA and I couldn't be more excited!

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  20. I'm turning 23 this summer and I can already feel the pressure of the big two-five looming, so I should probably make some kind of similar list. There are some really good ideas on here - I love the thought of trying DJing and ballet! Sometimes it can feel like it's too late to learn new skills in your twenties, but there's no reason why that should be the case so go for it girl! I'll be following suit :)

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  21. YES Game Of Thrones!! :)
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  22. Every single point is great, love this list!

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  23. I love the idea of everything on this list, what a great plan! As I just turned 23, 25 is looming closer, but that's cool and this will give you something to look back on and check off what you managed to achieve and what to add to your "things before I'm thirty" list :) I like the range of different themes running through it too! Alice xxx

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  24. A little tip that I hope helps. If you buy another year long YP railcard about a week before your 26th birthday, you still get a whole year of travelling with 1/3 off whilst your 26! It worked for me! I know you have a whole until you get to 26, but definitely something to keep in mind x

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  26. Found you on bloglovin and fell in love!!💛

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  27. Love the idea of doing a list like this! So many great points here, I'd love to go strawberry and berry picking this summer.

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  28. Fantastic list! I am doing a 39 Things To Do Before 40 Challenge and it is so much fun. I have already knocked off a few off my list (I don't turn 40 until Jan 2016). I think its fantastic to do things like this! Good luck on ticking them all off your list! xox Daffny www.avintagenerd.net

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  29. Lovely post Lovely blog!!

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  30. This is such a great idea! I am thinking that this has inspired me to write my own 25 before 25 list. I'm about to turn 22 so I am thinking I have time to get some serious things achieved! x

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  31. THANKS FOR SHARING THIS, HOPE YOU'LL BE BETTER PERSON IN YOUR 25TH YEARS OF LIVING

    OLLYVIA LAURA (INDONESIAN STYLE+BEAUTY BLOGGER)
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  32. I can't believe we're the same age. Well almost as I turn 22 in a couple of months. I enjoyed reading this post so much because I already have a tattoo and planning on getting another this year and EATALY is my life's goal. :)

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  33. Worrying is something I've always struggled with as well, in the last 6 months I've started doing reading about mindfulness and taking a lot of the ideas on board and I feel that it's helped me a lot. You can buy all sorts of books online, there are some really pretty ones as well! Just five or ten minutes reading through or doing an exercise has really helped me - it could do the same for you?!

    I think I need a list as well now :) x

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  34. These are some excellent goals to achieve before you turn 25! I'd love to get a tattoo too, but am so nervous I'll pick the wrong thing!

    Tessa at Bramble & Thorn

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  35. Good luck with your list :)

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  36. absolutely love this post Olivia, besides admiring your energy, will and enthusiasm this list also has put things in perspective to me and made me think of things I'd want to do more and be done with before I'm 25...
    I hope you tick these all and if not then most of it :) especially watching GOT as it's amazing haha <3
    also really hope that you writing a book will happen as I'd really love to read more of your words and see your photos, both as just a big inspiration <3

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  37. love, love, love this!!!! <3

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  38. I love this post! You've just made a list of 25 items so entertaining - fab ideas! Also, I would LOVE if you wrote a book. I'd certainly be one of the first to scramble for a copy! It'd be great!

    Josie :)

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  39. Love this list! Each January I write a list of goals for the year and there's a few on yours (like yoga) that are on this years and a few (like eating my way through Italy) that I ticked off last year. If you need inspiration check out foodie holidays by husk and sage in Italy. Yum!

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  40. Love this list I'm 23 and there's so much on this I haven't done! Love the idea of strawberry picking!

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  41. We so need to start a blogger's supper club...

    xo,
    Lela

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  42. Great post, but as someone who is imminently about to turn 26 and hasn't managed to tick off a lot, I'd also like to say that you shouldn't be tough on yourself if these DON'T happen. Life gets in the way.

    Also: You can renew the railcard just before you turn 26 and you'll get another year #protip ;-) x

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  43. This is such a lovely post, it'll so nice to be able to read back on this when you hit 25 to see how much you achieved (if not all) but I really like this I might even start writing a list of things I'd like to do before I hit 25, graduating university and travelling definitely being 2 of the things I want to do!
    xx

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  44. ah you are so young! I wish I was turning 22
    xo
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  45. so many amazing things to look forward to! I'd also love to go on a girlie holiday!

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    x

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  46. These are lovely goals you have set yourself and have inspired some of my own!

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  47. Such an amazing list! I'm turning 21 in a couple of weeks so this is so something I could adapt to myself. There are some things on it I've always wanted to do

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  48. Such an amazing list! I'm turning 21 in a couple of weeks so I'll be sure to adapt this list to make my own!!

    x
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  49. Love these goals, I turn 22 in October and need to put together something like this!

    Laura | www.laurahadley.co.uk

    xx

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  50. awesome list!

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  51. This looks like my before 30 list and I'm carryng a lot of stuff from the 25's hope you work better than me, life goes on fast!

    kiss

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  52. Loving this list- you have plenty of time to achieve it. I'm 25 in January- it's slowly creeping up on me-eek!

    K.

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  53. I love blog posts like these!! :) xx

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  54. Haha these are all so spot on, I'm turning 22 soon-ish too and haven't done most of these! Game of Thrones is super hard work fo sho, and DJing totally! Love the supper club thing, my gf's and I do a 'come dine with me' thing where we all bring a dish from drinks to dessert, its good fun :)

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  55. That running goal got me excited! I'm sixteen years old and under five feet tall - but just happen to run marathons as well. If I can do it anyone can - I believe in you, and best of luck!!

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  56. this is such a great way to set goals, probably should start writing mine down as well.

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  57. If you renew your 16-25 railcard just before your 26th birthday, you can get an extra year out of it! My 27th birthday is next month but my railcard is still valid until a couple of days after.

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  58. Dear Olivia,
    you're one of the most amazing young bloggers I know and all your posts are so inspiring, I actually hope you can keep that up until even after you turn 25!
    But there's a lot on that list of yours I want to put on mine, too. I'm about to turn 19, luckily there seems to be some time left to do all the stuff one had planned in the first place.
    Kind regards, Laura

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  59. Great post. You've inspired me to write my own list...it might actually motivate me to get stuff done if it's written down!

    Faye
    xxxx

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  60. Good luck with these chick, I just put together a 35 at 35 list, so much to do!
    Lauren
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  61. I seriously suggest getting back into ballet, I went back as a 16 year old after quitting when I was 9 and it was the best decision I have ever made. Being able to do triple pirouettes en pointe has been a dream come true.

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  62. I love this list! It all seems so accomplishable.

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  63. Adored this post! Inspired to create my own list now.
    x x x

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  64. Beautiful post chick! Wow so many fabulous ideas I will have to pinch a few to put on my own bucket list!! :-) xx

    Helen | Helens Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  65. Love this list! I'm definitely a huge list maker, but never done a 25 before 25 -- which might really put the pressure on so that I actually get stuff done! ha And your goal to DJ is definitely doable. The key to that is to know your music. (And then, your equipment.) But emphasis on the music! It's really fun actually. Wish you luck!

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