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I'm 50% done with exchange. That's crazy. Time to do a stock-take. Goals are always important, so I thought it was time to take another look at them, to keep myself on track. (Also I just really like lists.)

Here's some of my more tangible goals.
1. Watch an ATP tennis match (soon to be done. Wimby in June, and Hamburg 500 in July!)
2. See Murray. Get his autograph. Take a photo with him. Give him a hug. (Hopefully. But unlikely. Unfortunately.)
3. Watch an EPL match (not happening)
4. Hike (probably in June)
5. Bike (maybe in May)
6. Camp, sleep under the stars (probably won't happen. But hopefully der Schwarzwald in July?)
7. Outdoor climbing! (DONE in Font)
8. Watch a climbing comp (DONE in Grindelwald)
9. Hockey match (because Hamburg is good at it. Don't know when)
10. White water rafting (prob won't happen, unless, again, der Schwarzwald)
11. Bungee jump! (DONE at Verzasca)
12. Rollercoaster!!!! (end of May)
13. Obviously, travel. (yes)
14. Eat good, local food (here and there)

And then some of my less tangible ones:
1. Be brave. Talk to more people. Make friends. (maybe a little bit?)
2. Learn more about myself (maybe?)
3. Learn more about other cultures, and in general people (yes)
4. Learn more about God (yes)
5. Enjoy living European history (yes! But more can be done)
6. Enjoy being outdoors (here and there)
7. Actually learn something in school (sort of)
8. Be more independent (what does independence mean)

And then things I must do in my last year of uni :'(
1. Get a little more prepared for -gasp- work. That's CVs and interviews etc.
2. Research into the direction I might want to take.
3. Take modules I've always wanted to. (Nature of language anyone? European history? Into to soci?)
4. Spend more time with friends <3 especially NUS peeps, who I'll see less of once I graduate.
5. Spend an evening on an NUS rooftop chilling

Posted by seaskimmer 23:55

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