it’s done for now, and I don’t like that phrase “the rest of my life” anymore. I want to be able to move around; I don’t like the feeling of being stuck to a plan. but for the near future, I’m going to grad school (a major decision in itself) and teaching.
Isha's Life List
1. take care of my skin
2. learn to budget my money
3. Fall in love
4. go hangliding
5. go on a road trip with no predetermined destination
6. learn to fly a plane
7. swim with dolphins
8. watch all of the movies on the AFI Top 100 list
9. learn how to drive stick-shift
10. see the northern lights
11. Send a message in a bottle
12. Run a half marathon.
How I did it: Senior week, my class offered discounted spa sessions, so I got one with a massage and facial. It was great! It didn't change anything long term, but short term I felt really relaxed and my skin was smoother and more even. Read how I did it…
How I did it: I waited until the end of college and got it as a graduation/going to grad school present from my parents. I couldn't have afforded it myself. A desktop is fine, but this thing has been great! Read how I did it…
How I did it: Living on my own has forced me to figure out how to cook. I've become bolder with using spices and such, and I think I have the basics down. Really, all it takes is practice! Read how I did it…
I’m looking at grad schools now, and since I want to go somewhere on the opposite coast or thereabouts, I figure next summer is the perfect time for a road trip. although I’ll technically have a predetermined destination, I’ll leave myself enough time so that I can meander my way over there and not plan on stopping anywhere in particular. I’m excited.
I took the year of French and decided to drop it. the class wasn’t for me. I still love the language, but fluency can be put off for a while.