What’s the difference, eh?
Well… To me,
A bucket list is everything that I want to accomplish by the end of 2019. It can be something big or even something small and does not matter how long it takes, as long as it’s done by 2019.
A set of goals is a idealistic way of keeping track of your development as a person. From a young age, I always imagined of having my own home, a loving family, a dream job and living the life that I desired etc. Dreams can come true if you believe in yourself. The way that I look at it, is that if you break down these small dreams into milestones and accomplish them, not only have you achieved your goals, but you’ve also achieved your dreams.
A resolution is something that is changed, transformed or even developed to overcome something that may be seen as a problem or affects you as a person.
I have created 3 different lists below, including a bucket list, my goals and my new years resolution. I really want to achieve as much of these as possible. At the end of December 2019, I am going to take a look at what I included within this post. I will then be checking off all the things that I did and didn’t do. I will then make the decision whether to include it on my 2020 lists. So, without further ado let’s get straight into it.
- Spend a day at the beach
- Watch all of the Harry Potter movies
- Make a difference – fundraise an event to help charities
- Visit Prague
- Go to Sky Garden in London
- Eat at The Ivy
- See Dolly Parton 9 To 5: The Musical
- Spend more time outside – walks, adventures, nature photography
- Start writing my own book
- Collaborate with another blogger
- I want to move into a flat with Kevin, for the first time by ourselves.
- I want to finish my second year at university with a 2:1.
- I want to reach 500 followers on >>THIS<< blog.
- I want to do at least 1 photo-shoot every month with a new client.
- I want to spend time on my blog/website to get myself out there and to work with new brands.
- My resolution for 2019 is to not leave my university work until the week it’s due or until it’s been set. If you’re a student, then you can agree that the assignment and/or essay is 9 times out of 10 available within the first couple of weeks in the module handbook. In this semester, I want to be ahead of the game. I want to know exactly what is expected of me, and when I have free/spare time, I am going to start that assignment or at least write my thoughts and notes down. I think I will benefit a lot from this as by the time I need to write the assignment, I will have at least a starting point and also a way to re-jig my memory.
Who thinks I can do it? What are some of your goals and resolutions?