- Travel Abroad at least once to a country I’ve never been to
- Be trilingual [English, Yoruba & Spanish] Yoruba is my ‘native’ language but since I grew up in America I was not able to speak it fluently, although my mom made every effort to teach me, I didn’t get serious about learning it until the summer before I started college. I took three years of Spanish from 7-9th grade but I only remember select words and phrases. I would also like to learn French but I honestly don’t see that happening with four years.
- Start an organization for people with Sickle Cell
- Learn to ride a bicycle (yea sad, I know)
- Learn to swim
- Learn to ride a skate/longboard
- Grow at least
shoulderbra-strap length natural hair Four years is a long time I believe it can be done with proper care
- Know what I want to do after I graduate That’s a given right? wrong. I’ve met a lot of people who are in their last semester of school and are wondering what’s next for their life. I supposed this is more of a prayer to God for guidance. I don’t want to waste time not knowing what to do.
- Do an alternative spring break at least once
- Participate in a flash mob
- Join a club and stay in all four years I noticed in high school I had commitment issues to school clubs lol but seriously, it’ll be nice to see one organization grows from 2011 to 2015
- Take a random class, just because it sounds funny (i.e. Underwater Basket Weaving)
- Be a part of a protest
- Fall asleep during an exam, wake up halfway through, and still ACE it
What’s on your bucket list? Have you done any of these things? Comment with your experience/suggestions!
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