I'm SO excited for 2020 because I'm ready to party like Gatsby for the next ten years! 2020 is going to be a big year for me. I'm getting married (YAY!), continuing my business degree, entering my upper-twenties (not sure how I feel about that), traveling to some new places, and pursuing my career path even more.
I've been creating this annual list since 2016. It's become a major part of my life. Over the Christmas holiday in 2015, my cousin committed suicide. It was an incredibly difficult time for me. I had just published my first list: "216 Things To Do in 2016" a few days before she passed away. Unbeknownst to me, the list went crazy viral. Once I found out how inspired people were by my list, I was given this newfound hope amidst so much sadness that maybe there are always ways to feel purpose.
I hate resolutions and bucket lists. For one, they are extremely hard to keep. They are also insanely unrealistic. I wanted my annual list to be something that basically anyone anywhere could participate in. This list isn't about keeping resolutions or striving for perfection. It's about creating, learning, trying, and experiencing new things. I think when we can make the time to do one or all of those things then we can find personal growth and satisfaction.
Each list varies from year to year, and I have made sure to never repeat an item- which is getting to be quite difficult lemme tell ya. I'm super excited because this year I've created a planner + calendar + checklist package that can be purchased through my blog! This is the perfect gift for yourself or anyone looking to feel a little more inspired starting this new year! It's also art deco themed because I'm really trying to bring back the 1920s vibe!
Without further adieu, here is my list of "220 Things To Do In 2020":
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