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  1. 1. pay off my student loans
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  2. 2. Be debt free
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  3. 3. eat healthier
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  4. 4. flatten my belly
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  5. 5. decide what the hell I would like to do with the rest of my life
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  6. 6. To live instead of exist
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  7. 7. travel around the world
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  8. 8. Learn Spanish
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  9. 9. Learn Italian
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  10. 10. create small pieces of art, and leave them for people to find
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  11. 11. do a masters degree
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  12. 12. win a competition
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  13. 13. see deftones live
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  14. 14. make a music video
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  15. 15. make a coffee table book
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  16. 16. stop myspacing
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  17. 17. learn the thriller dance routine
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  18. 18. go puddle jumping
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  19. 19. live each day as if it were my last, but learn each day as if I'll live forever
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  20. 20. Send a message in a bottle
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  21. 21. own my own home
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  22. 22. live off the grid
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  23. 23. Make a magazine
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  24. 24. Sell off unused clothes
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  25. 25. visit every continent
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take up African drumming with a drumming group
African Drumming

Currently learning African Drumming (Beginner’s course) with Lila Drums every Sunday. Really enjoyed the classes and getting the hang of it. I really wanted to learn conventional drumming (the drum set normal bands use), but when i saw this African Drumming workshop at WOMAD, i just thought i’d join for fun and i’m really liking it now! no regrets!

keep lizard eggs and watch them hatch
lizards eggs.

This was by coincidence. I found lizard eggs (normal house lizards) in a small hole in a wall outside my house. they’re white and round, much like turtle eggs, only tiny. i picked them, all 4 of them and put them in a container. It was 2 weeks after i collected them, that they started to hatch, have spasms, then ate their outer translucent skin, then fidget even more.

It was definately weird witnessing this and glad i was at home at the time they were hatching. Makes you wonder even more about these lizards and how those eggs fit in a lizard, for i have never seen a pregnant lizard before. and it’s quite interesting that i did this even when i hate lizards with a passion!


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