30 Things I’d Like to Do Before I Turn 30

Hello, beans! It’s been a while. Happy New Year (if it’s not too late to say that by now). During 2022 I’ve been quiet on Wellbean blog, I’ve needed time away to reflect and work out the bean’s next move (announcements coming soon) but for now, I’d like to tell you about a 2023 challenge I have set myself.

On 30th December 2022, I turned 29 and, after taking inspiration from someone I went to university with, I’ve decided to write a list of 30 things I’d like to do before I turn 30 at the end of this year.

1. Run a 5K

2. Do a pole dancing class

3. Do a life drawing class

4. Do a cold water swim in the North Sea

5. Make yoga part of my weekly routine and join a new class

6. Go to a festival abroad

7. Practise meditation at least weekly

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8. See a financial advisor to help plan for the future

9. Try paddle boarding

10. Go to a Newcastle women’s football match

11. Climb one or three of the peaks in the UK

12. Volunteer for a charity

13. Get some singing lessons

14. Go on a bike ride and picnic

15. Read 8 books

16. Start journaling daily/weekly

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17. Spend more time going on walks around the North East/UK

18. Limit personal social media time to one hour per day

19. Learn to knit patterns and knit a jumper

20. Go on a wellness retreat

21. Go on a horse-riding trek

22. Take Lucky (our family dog) on an ultimate day out

23. Host a three-course dinner party

24. Go and see more plays/dramas at the theatre

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25. Take some dancing classes

26. Continue learning Spanish and listen to podcasts to help understand the language better

27. Do a pottery class

28. Do a jewellery-making class

29. Plan a nice surprise for one of my friends or family members

30. Throw a 30th birthday/NYE party

Let me know what you think of my list. Some of my friends have also decided to write theirs and I look forward to completing some of these with them.

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