Seize The Day

Over the duration of my life already lived and the life awaiting me, there are so many things I wish to achieve. So many goals, ambitions and activities I want to embark in. Adventure awaits everyone meaning I will never put any doubt in my brain about NOT ticking everything off of my list.
Make the most of the present moment and think about all the things you can achieve, or should I say, will achieve!


I’ve always had this super long list of places I want to visit or fun things I want to do over the course of my life. Obviously I never envisioned myself doing any of these things and it was simply just for fun! It was only when walking through the streets of Paris, France that I soon realised it wouldn’t be impossible to complete it. Paris was at the beginning of my list. From that moment on I’ve had a strong desire to start my journey in ticking off these items one by one and living my life to the fullest.

Here are three things I WILL accomplish in the next few years!

Skydive

Imagine jumping out of a plane 12000 feet above ground level… majority of people would pass in a heartbeat. I have no fear, to me it is an extremely intriguing concept and I will one day make that jump into what seems like the scariest thing on the planet into the captivating landscape of an unfamiliar country and see the whole world in a new light. Like being able to fly.
Maybe a tad too optimistic.. but ultimately I would aim to skydive over the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity! The view is unimaginable. I may not get this done in the news few years however I will one hundred percent do this in my lifetime. Better get saving. But a little more on my level, I think Switzerland would be my first choice. My boyfriend went skydiving here and I was (and maybe I still am) so jealous of him.
Skydiving here would be a lot more affordable than Australia and would still provide me with the beautiful scenery I dream of.

Visit Another Country At Christmas 


Okay this doesn’t seem like such a big deal, but I love Christmas with a passion. The warm cosy nights spent watching Elf or The Polar Express with someone you love whilst sipping on some toasty hot chocolate with whipped cream and mini marshmallows on top. Putting on your huge winter jacket and little black chelsea boots and strolling through the Christmas markets in the cold, dark evenings; with bands playing and singing their Christmas carols in the background and fairy lights delicately lighting your surroundings. It’s a magical time of year and if I adore the Christmas season in my own country, I would surely be amazed by the spirit in another country.
The magical city of New York –  The first place I would like to visit is New York! Christmas is definitely taken seriously over there. It’s like it was made for that time of year. From the mammoth decorated tree outside the Rockefeller Centre to the Ice skating rinks dotted all over the city. It is undoubtedly one of the best places to experience ultimate Christmas spirit.

Prague – Probably not the country you were expecting to see! But Prague’s ancient architecture is absolute beauty to my eyes. Over the Christmas period Prague lights up its streets with dozens of trees and fairy lights and opens a few Christmas markets in the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. This country is very inexpensive and a lot more affordable than New York, making it a prime attraction to the rest of the world.

Iceland – See The Northern Lights


Aurora Australis/Borealis is the name given to the natural electrical phenomenon characterised by beans of green, blue and turquoise colours in the sky. In my opinion it is the most alluring natural scenery in the world and everyone has to experience this some time in their life. There are many places to visit where you can encounter the northern lights such ass Norway, Finland and Iceland. Iceland is the specific country I would like to see them in.

“A year from now you may wish you had started today.” ― Karen Lamb

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