Sunday, January 1, 2012

2012 Bucket list

I haven't posted in sooooo long! Sorry for disappearing guys, I was completing my last semester of university and was way too busy to make any new blog posts, so sorry!

I thought it would be appropriate to post my bucket list here, I decided on 12 things for 2012 :P

1. Post on my blog at least 2 times a week, aiming for 5.
2. Finish all my crochet w.i.p.
3. Learn a new craft (already started on this! Just starting to learn how to knit.)
4. Start a great new career.
5. Lose my last 15lbs.
6. Be able to squat and deadlift 200lbs (doing 115 now).
7. Beat last years time in the Spartan Race.
8. Go on a cruise.
9. Try 12 new foods/ingredients.
10. Learn to play my guitar.
11. Go scuba diving.
12. Read 12 classics. Any suggestions?
      So far I have had suggested:
  • Pride & Prejudice
  • Little Women 
  • Wuthering heights
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
  • Endgame


  1. A great list! Would love to hear which classics you do read and if they are worth reading!

  2. Great list! I need to do one of these!

  3. Cool! I highly rec Pride and Prejudice for your classics list. Brilliant novel, my favourite book actually. Especially for the time period. Best of luck

  4. I've always wanted to read it so I'll add Pride & Prejudice to the list, thanks :)

  5. Hiya, Minou!

    I think maybe your twitter maybe been hacked or phished??

    LOL I just got two of these in my DM box from your twitter-

    "It's so hard to believe, but I already made 48 dollars so far and I just started 2 hours ago!!!"

    with a link of some sort I didn't click on it. o_0

  6. Yeah I changed my password but that may not have worked. Thanks for letting me know!

  7. Great list! As far as classics go, I really loved Little Women. I found the female characters much more bearable (and some actually had personalities) than in Jane Eyre and Price & Prejudice.

  8. Thanks! Adding it to the list now :)

  9. Love this list! How fab. As for book suggestions have you got a while lol?
    Wuthering Heights
    Endgame- Samuel Beckett
    The Importance of Being Ernest- Oscar Wilde
    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes -Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    The Rutshire Chronicles -Jilly Cooper
    4.48 Psychosis- Sarah Kane
    The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy- Douglas Adams
    The Devil Wears Prada- Lauren Weisberger
    Twilight Series- Stephanie Meyer
    Harry Potter Series- J.K. Rowling.

    A little bit of everything. It's good to mix it up!


  10. Thanks Dawnie, there's a few in there that I have already read(or not interested in *Twilight* LOL) but I'll add the other ones to the list :D