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  1. 1. live passionately
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  2. 2. Go to bed early, get up early
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  3. 3. be less selfish
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  4. 4. read the Bible in a year
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  5. 5. be fluent in French
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  6. 6. Finish what I start
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  7. 7. Read all the books in my "must read" pile
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  8. 8. Listen to a new piece of classical music every day
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  9. 9. conduct an orchestra
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  10. 10. study at oxford
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  11. 11. Fall in love
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  12. 12. travel the world
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  13. 13. read the classics
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  14. 14. See the Great Pyramids
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  15. 15. Give a speech in public
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  16. 16. be a good daughter
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get all a's on my a levels
AS levels

Just started AS levels this year. I’m aiming to do as well as possible in these, so that I can afford to do slightly less well next year, and still get As overall, although I would like to do really well next year too, and will work to this end.

I really need As, as I want to go to Oxford to study Law, so without them, no chance!

For GCSEs, I got 11 A*s and 2 As, though, so I think that this is realistic

read the classics
What I've read so far...

So far I have read…
‘Emma’, ‘Pride and Prejudice’, ‘Sense and Sensibility’ – Jane Austen
‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ – Harper Lee
‘A Room with a View’ – E.M. Forster
‘Jane Eyre’ – Charlotte Bronte
‘Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ – Jules Verne
‘Little Women’ – Louisa May Alcott

Hmm, I think that’s it. Quite appalling really, that that’s all the classics I’ve ever read…

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Reading the classics

I’m trying to read more classic novels, and so far, in the past couple of weeks, I’ve done ‘Emma’ (Jane Austen) and ‘A Room with a View’ (E.M. Forster). I really enjoyed both of them! Any suggestions for what to read next?

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