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    Is it a bad/weird idea to write or document all the things I want to do in the near/semi-near future?

    I'm thinking of a log type thing where there's a section for career (uni, study etc.)
    More general things like sport (joining a football team, cycling in an event, improving in badminton, tennis, table tennis etc.)
    Apologies (making up or just acknowledging and apologising for something I've done in the past, big or small)
    Life (learning to play guitar, finish reading some books I'm always meaning too xD etc.)
    Family (spending more time with little sister, teaching her to ride a bike, things I say I do and do actually do but making sure I don't forget them, spending more time with my mum, maybe contacting my father one day... :/ etc.)

    Thoughts? I'm not looking to do the generic bucket list type thing, just some things I want to have done in my spare time whilst I can still do them! Would only have breif notes on it all, something between a diary and to-do list.
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    (Original post by Chichaldo)
    Is it a bad/weird idea to write or document all the things I want to do in the near/semi-near future?

    I'm thinking of a log type thing where there's a section for career (uni, study etc.)
    More general things like sport (joining a football team, cycling in an event, improving in badminton, tennis, table tennis etc.)
    Apologies (making up or just acknowledging and apologising for something I've done in the past, big or small)
    Life (learning to play guitar, finish reading some books I'm always meaning too xD etc.)
    Family (spending more time with little sister, teaching her to ride a bike, things I say I do and do actually do but making sure I don't forget them, spending more time with my mum, maybe contacting my father one day... :/ etc.)

    Thoughts? I'm not looking to do the generic bucket list type thing, just some things I want to have done in my spare time whilst I can still do them! Would only have breif notes on it all, something between a diary and to-do list.
    I don't think it's a weird idea at all. I tried to do this in the form of a blog but that didn't help :hide: but yeah, try it out and see what happens
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    Not at all! Gives you something to aim for and a sense of purpose go for it!


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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    I don't think it's a weird idea at all. I tried to do this in the form of a blog but that didn't help :hide: but yeah, try it out and see what happens
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    Not at all! Gives you something to aim for and a sense of purpose go for it!


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    Thanks, I haven't always stuck to aims (eg. revision) but this wouldn't have a set time period I guess and they're all things I want to do so hopefully I'd keep to it aha
 
 
 
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