25 at 25

25 things I’d like to do at age 25:

1. Finish a book

2. Get down to 200lbs

3. Date someone I’m actually attracted to

4. Go on a spontaneous trip somewhere either in the U.S. or out of the country

5. Volunteer reguarly at the battered women’s shelter in Worcester

6. Be able to to twice a days again (working out it the morning and evening)

7. Surprise my parents my flying home randomly

8. Get out of debt (credit cards, etc.)

9. Become more spiritually connected with the Lord.

10. Stop walking down the aisles at work, in the grocery store or the streets with my head down!

11. Continue to combat my fast food junkiness

12. Cook at least 1 meal at home/week (actually cook, not microwave)

13. Religiously take all my vitamin supplements

14. Perhaps adopt a pet (even a fish will do… but I’m pretty sure that doesn’t count. heh).

15. Run a mile

16. Participate in a 5k

17. If something doesn’t taste excellent, throw it away. It ain’t worth the calories.

18. Continue to grow my list of ‘Rieslings I’ve tasted’ – become a self-made connoisseur.

19. Launch my augustinamills.com site – begin freelance makeup artistry

20. Go to a Patriots game

21. Beef up my piano playing skills – perhaps compose a short tune? – record it on my Macbook – edit it? – debut album 2014? hahaa

22. Skype with my parents at least once per week.

23. Keep more regular contact with my Goddaughter

24. Find real love.  I want to find love so badly.  I want to know what it’s like to truly love someone and be loved back.  I think I’ve done the former, but have never experienced the latter.  I want that so very badly.  

25. Be confident, fabulous and beautiful than EVER! hahaha… mainly the confidence because I think the rest will fall in place. :)

16 Responses to 25 at 25

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  2. Sarah says:

    You let me know which/where/when that 5K is and I’ll be with you the whole way.

  3. Katie says:

    Tina! I love this list, it is quite beautiful.

    Many of your goals resonate with me. “#10. Stop walking down the aisles at work, in the grocery store or the streets with my head down!” is something that resonates with me the most. I don’t remember quite when I noticed it, but one day a few years ago it just hit me. Why did I always look down when I walked? A lot of women do. But not many men do. So I started thinking about it: Was it lack of confidence? Was it a need to check my clothing? Was it because I didn’t want to talk to people? I don’t really know. But from that day forward, I vowed that I would walk with my head help high and look in people’s eyes. I still catch myself looking down, but then I remember I am a confident woman, just as you, and I lift my head right up, with my take on the world look in my eyes! You can do it too!

    • Augustina says:

      Awwww!

      Glad you could relate (unfortch)… but it is a prob. I look down all too often and why? Well I think mine is because I feel super self-conscious b/c of my weight and whatnot… ah well. Either way, we are both beautiful in our own ways!

  4. Shannon says:

    Hope you don’t mid if I steal this idea :-)

  5. Yetti says:

    Hey!

    I did one of those too!! I’m going to hold you to this list lady…
    Took a break from twitterrrrr, so yes to the dinner next week!!!! Text me <3

  6. Angelique Edwards says:

    I think you are fabulous! These goals are all so reachable! I am so proud of you and you and every time I hear from you, you just lift me up! Were both 25 and have such different lives but we connect like no other! Love and Miss you! I need to come into the real world and get a web cam/skyp so we can chat! I think you are fabulous! These goals are all so reachable! I am so proud of you and you and every time I hear from you, you just lift me up! Were both 25 and have such different lives but we connect like no other! Love and Miss you! Until then Holllla!

  7. Angelique Edwards says:

    LMAO! Dude! Totally Butchered That!!!!!!

    • Eldora says:

      That’s really shwedr! Good to see the logic set out so well.

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