a list of things that need to be done before the age of 18 and 30 for girls and guys

Top things to do in life

Each of us at least once made a list before going to the store or made a list of things that need to be put in a suit­case before trav­el­ing. Agree, it works. After sort­ing out the bag of gro­ceries, we do not return to the store because we for­got to buy salt, but imme­di­ate­ly start prepar­ing a fes­tive din­ner. And hav­ing set­tled in a hotel, we run to the sea, and not to the near­est shop­ping cen­ter, in order to buy a swim­suit at exor­bi­tant prices. It’s com­fort­able. Why not try to make a to-do list for life?

What is a to-do list for?

We have been using lists since child­hood. Do you remem­ber the les­son sched­ule or dai­ly rou­tine, for exam­ple? It was clear­ly spelled out what needs to be done in order for my moth­er to let her go for a walk or allow her to watch the next series of her favorite film. Learn Nekrasov’s poem, solve prob­lem num­ber five from a math text­book, fill out an obser­va­tion diary, and so on. It’s so con­ve­nient.

But for some rea­son, hav­ing received a cer­tifi­cate, we often for­get about this sim­ple way to stream­line our lives, but in vain. It is clear that the list of things that need to be done before the age of 18 and 30 for girls and boys will be dif­fer­ent, and every­one has their own top things, depend­ing on age, gen­der, social and finan­cial sta­tus. But any­way the list is need­ed if you do not want to regret in old age the wast­ed years when you were in the prime of life and desires.

Why do our desires often remain only desires? Because for most of us, the plan for the day is very prim­i­tive — work-home-work. We just get bogged down in the swamp of every­day life, in which there must be a place for a hol­i­day. And then, going to bed, we catch our­selves think­ing that life is pass­ing us by.

How many times have we promised our­selves to read “War and Peace”, but now our son grad­u­at­ed from the insti­tute, and we nev­er got to the book­store. And when we are going to our beloved grandmother’s anniver­sary, we sud­den­ly won­der why, even at her 80s, she goes to the pool three times a week, and we still haven’t signed up for the gym.

A friend, by the way, in a month mar­ries her daugh­ter, but we nev­er found the only one with whom we could start a fam­i­ly. And there was no time to get to know each oth­er. Putting off your desires all the time is bad for your health.. Get away from the omi­nous “work-home-work” for­mu­la. Take a sheet of paper, take a break from every­day wor­ries and write down what you once dreamed about and what you dream about now.

As your wish­es come true, cross them off the list. Believe me, after a while you will under­stand — life is get­ting bet­ter.

How to compose it correctly?

To get start­ed, choose a time, at least half an hour, and prefer­ably more. Remem­ber — you are start­ing a new rich life. And so that lat­er it would not be excru­ci­at­ing­ly painful for the aim­less­ly lived years, des­ig­nate these very goals. Grab a pen and paper or cre­ate a new file on your com­put­er and get start­ed. Don’t be afraid to dream. Ide­al­ly, of course, so that it is not your desires that sur­prise your capa­bil­i­ties, but vice ver­sa. But in any case, remem­ber that life is rich­er than plans, so go for it.

First of all, answer the fol­low­ing ques­tions for your­self.

  • What would you do today if you knew that the world would end tomor­row? No, not the one that the Mayans alleged­ly promised in Decem­ber 2012, but a real apoc­a­lypse.
  • What have you always want­ed to do but nev­er got around to?
  • What coun­tries have you always want­ed to vis­it, or maybe there are oth­er places that your legs nev­er reached — the­aters or muse­ums, for exam­ple?
  • Remem­ber your wildest dreams.
  • Answer your­self the ques­tion of who you want to become. Not in the sense of a pro­fes­sion (cook, engi­neer or train­er), but in a broad­er sense.
  • Admit what you don’t know yet, but would cer­tain­ly like to learn.
  • Imag­ine exact­ly what you would like to tell your grand­chil­dren on your 101st birth­day.
  • List what and who you miss in life.

Most like­ly, some of your “Wish­list” will scare you or even make you laugh. The main thing is not to stop. Write down all your even the most secret desires. Ide­al­ly, such a list should con­tain at least 100 items.

Can’t imag­ine such a rich life for your­self? Con­tact “com­rades in mis­for­tune” on the Inter­net — they will help.

Wish Top

There are tons of to-do lists that every­one needs to do in life. And they are divid­ed into dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories. Here are 100 things that a teenag­er under 18 and a girl under 20 must do, and then — up to 25 years, up to 30 years and even until the end of life.

Your task is to cre­ate your own unique list. To make it eas­i­er for you, here are a num­ber of wish­es that are com­mon to almost every­one. So let’s get start­ed.

  1. Jump with a para­chute (those that raise tourists above sea lev­el also count).
  2. Learn Eng­lish (Ger­man, French, Japan­ese or any oth­er lan­guage).
  3. Walk in the morn­ing dew, prefer­ably with bare feet.
  4. Learn to cro­chet (make crafts from papi­er-mâché, cross-stitch, draw). Dis­cov­er your hid­den tal­ents.
  5. Sign up for a gym (pool, fit­ness club). After all, it’s a pity to throw away that beau­ti­ful skirt that no longer fits on you. Let it wait its time.
  6. For­give your offend­er, with whom you have not spo­ken for many years and, in fact, you no longer remem­ber what the fuss is about.
  7. Call your par­ents.
  8. Con­fess your feel­ings to a loved one.
  9. Spend a day away from civ­i­liza­tion. Turn off your phone, tablet and oth­er means of com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the mod­ern world.
  10. Meet the sun­rise with your loved one in a roman­tic set­ting.
  11. Learn how to make dumplings.
  12. Swim with a dol­phin.
  13. Cut your hair bald (dyed red, grow long hair).
  14. Study at a dri­ving school.
  15. Say­ing “no” when you don’t feel like doing what you’re asked to do.
  16. Plant a tree, break a flower bed, cre­ate a green­house or grow a flower on a win­dowsill.
  17. Learn to dance the waltz (tan­go, square dance, sal­sa).
  18. Learn by heart your favorite poem (song).
  19. Read the col­lect­ed works of Leo Tol­stoy.
  20. Par­tic­i­pate in a char­i­ty project.
  21. Quit smok­ing.
  22. Stop using foul lan­guage.
  23. Play foot­ball.
  24. Win the lot­tery.
  25. Find a new job.
  26. Com­plete a course in cut­ting and sewing.
  27. Vis­it a psy­chol­o­gist.
  28. Ride a horse.
  29. Feed the cat at the entrance.
  30. Take a walk in the for­est.
  31. Get mar­ried (get mar­ried).
  32. Give a birth to a baby.
  33. Par­tic­i­pate in mil­i­tary recon­struc­tion.
  34. Dine in an upscale restau­rant.
  35. Throw out unnec­es­sary things.
  36. For­get fail­ures.
  37. Take a course of mas­sage.
  38. Smile (sev­er­al times a day).
  39. Cry out of ten­der­ness (hap­pi­ness).
  40. Eat a bas­ket of exot­ic fruits.
  41. Go sail­ing.
  42. End a rela­tion­ship with a mar­ried man (mar­ried woman).
  43. Go to the moun­tains, con­quer the moun­tain peaks.
  44. Attend a social recep­tion.
  45. Assem­ble a din­ner par­ty.
  46. Take part in a com­mu­ni­ty work day.
  47. Mas­ter Pho­to­shop.
  48. Gath­er a col­lec­tion of coins from at least 30 dif­fer­ent coun­tries around the world.
  49. Take a div­ing les­son.
  50. Vis­it your favorite teacher.
  51. Go to the bath.
  52. Cel­e­brate the New Year in a “fairy­tale” coun­try (every­one has their own).
  53. Take part in the march of the Immor­tal Reg­i­ment.
  54. Clean up the graves of rel­a­tives.
  55. For­give your­self for an inde­cent act.
  56. Find a class­mate (class­mate) with whom (oops) were insep­a­ra­ble at school.
  57. Say “good morn­ing” to a stranger.
  58. Get to know your neigh­bors.
  59. Buy a fur coat (or what you dreamed about, but every­one could not find the right amount).
  60. Make a gift just like that, for no rea­son.
  61. Make changes at home.
  62. Set in the bath­room jacuzzi.
  63. At least a month to lead a healthy lifestyle.
  64. Spend the whole day alone with your child.
  65. Spend the whole day alone.
  66. Ride an extreme ride.
  67. Ride on an ele­phant.
  68. Arrange a day out.
  69. Move grand­ma across the road.
  70. Learn to mas­sage.
  71. Take a course of facial reju­ve­na­tion.
  72. Lie down in a ther­mal spring.
  73. Learn prayer.
  74. See the north­ern lights and the polar night.
  75. See how the bridges are raised in St. Peters­burg.
  76. Drink the most expen­sive wine.
  77. Try foie gras or anoth­er del­i­ca­cy.
  78. Take a pho­to with a croc­o­dile in your hands.
  79. Go to the fear room.
  80. Cre­ate a fam­i­ly tree.
  81. Pass a pre­ven­tive med­ical exam­i­na­tion, pass all the tests.
  82. Catch a buck­et of cray­fish and cook them over a fire.
  83. Win a mil­lion.
  84. Attend a cook­ing class.
  85. Start pour­ing cold water in the morn­ing.
  86. Dive into the hole.
  87. Help some­one, even if you weren’t asked for it.
  88. Learn ten jokes.
  89. Climb the Eif­fel Tow­er.
  90. Bungee jump.
  91. Walk through the whole city.
  92. Make home­made prepa­ra­tions for the win­ter.
  93. See the star­fall.
  94. Catch huge fish in sea fish­ing.
  95. Fly in a hot air bal­loon.
  96. Teach your child how to cook cab­bage soup.
  97. Swim across the riv­er.
  98. Attend a clas­si­cal music con­cert.
  99. Spend a week in the coun­try­side.
  100. Get a mil­lion scar­let ros­es as a gift.

Your list may be sim­i­lar to this one, or it may be com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent. The main thing is that he was. And even if some of your desires seem absolute­ly unre­al­iz­able. Thoughts, as you know, mate­ri­al­ize. More­over, you sim­ply do not have enough time for some dreams.

Most like­ly, you just think so. Yes, and any per­son has some­thing to strive for, even if it seems to him that he has already achieved every­thing in this life. And remem­ber — “nev­er say nev­er”. Life is much short­er than we think. You should at least try to get every­thing or almost every­thing from it. And then on long win­ter evenings you will have some­thing to tell your grand­chil­dren.

You can teach them to enjoy every day. You will prob­a­bly even write a book of mem­oirs that will be sold in mil­lions of copies. You may even receive a large fee.

It will be enough for you to ful­fill a dream that is not yet on the list, but it will def­i­nite­ly appear as items are delet­ed from the list cre­at­ed today. The faster this hap­pens, the more you will have time. So, go ahead — towards the stars or where have you long want­ed to?

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