27 Things For 27 Years

Happy birthday to me!

I am really excited about 27, I just feel like it’s going to be a good year!  I got so sick of my 26-year-old self and I’m determined to make this year count.  I want to be able to look back and say that I worked/wifed/blogged/healthy-lived to the best of my ability.  And I want to make sure I have lots of fun too.

Here are 27 things I want to do at 27

  1. make bubble tea at home
  2. blog every day for a 30 day stretch
  3. take the dog to a beach
  4. visit the Buffalo Museum of Science
  5. eat an egg cream
  6. cook my own gnocchi
  7. rock climb
  8. bake a cake from scratch
  9. knit a scarf
  10. build a snowman
  11. attend a street festival
  12. toast a real s’more over an open flame
  13. run 1 mile in less than 8 minutes
  14. run 5k in less than 30 minutes
  15. run 10k without walking
  16. make ice cream in a bag with rock salt
  17. reread Little Women
  18. go canoeing
  19. make fudge
  20. carve a pumpkin
  21. dye Easter eggs
  22. visit a food truck
  23. make popsicles
  24. attend a 1st Friday event
  25. make gummi bear vodka
  26. do something crazy with my hair
  27. host a party

Ready, set, go!

Do you set goals on your birthday?

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