30 things before 30

I’m trying thirty new things every day for a month before I turn 30 . . .

Recap: 30 things

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In case you missed the 30 things before 30 project when it was running in real-time (October-November 2008), here is a recap of all the posts. Want to know what this project is all about? Start here.

0. Something new x 30.

1. Make a scarecrow

2. Eat an apple dumpling

3. Read a whole book in one day

4. Back up data on an external hard drive

5. Face my fears

6. Talk to a stranger on the Metro

7. Take time to appreciate the little things in life . . . like elephants

8. Roast a whole chicken

9. Eat a scotch egg, ride a slide . . . at the Renaissance Festival

10. Go hot air ballooning

11. Create a personal five year plan

12. Create a life soundtrack

13. Read poetry by Pablo Neruda

14. Make an authentic paella

15. Volunteer for a presidential campaign

16. Prevent wrinkles

17. When all else fails, sharpen knives

18. Journey to the top of the Washington Monument

19. Sip a surly smurf

00. Take a day off.

20. Narrowly escape encounter with neti pot

21. Go big or go home

22. Give minimalism a chance

23. Eat flan (and read bloopers in the loo)

24. Volunteer on the board of a non-profit

25. Make art kits for D.C. charter school students a reality

26. Send a care package to Iraq

27. Scare yourself on Halloween

28. (Attempt to) Pick apples on a warm autumn afternoon

29. Share a slice of the birthday pie

30. Reflect

Fin. Change

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Written by danamuses

March 29, 2010 at 5:38 pm

Posted in turning 30

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  1. Hi there! I just stumbled on your list of 30 things (I know, it’s from a while ago, but I still enjoyed reading them!). I just started my own 30 before 30 list, and, mine is being done in the remaining 30 days before I turn 30 (3-19-12), but the catch is that I’m trying to raise 30,000 for charity in those 30 days! I really enjoyed your reflections! I think it’s what we learn along the way that truly is most important.

    Emily

    February 18, 2012 at 6:53 pm

  2. Great List! I’m doing one too and great to see what other people have done for theirs! Thanks for the inspiration!

    heathamanda

    August 11, 2012 at 10:41 am


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