What are the top 3 things you wish to accomplish in your life?
This could be financial goals, climbing Everest or anything that you want to achieve throughout your life. What is most important to you that you want to look back and say 'I did it'.
1) Publish a decent book
2) Get a Racing license and go racing
3) Go to London 2012 Olympics
If just one of them happens, then I could live with that. lol
1 Earn a lot of money. I dont mean that I want a million dollars a month. I just want as much to be able to spend without thinking about it.
2 Travel around the world! - This is my true(st) aim.
3 Publish a book and be recognised for it.
Love is not really a priority in my life. But maybe that is because I already have it.
Actually just wrote a hub that answers this question. The only reason to be rich, for me, is to live with the means to accomplish my Bucket List.
My three top wishes are;
1. To live happily ever after with my husband.
2. To be able to help him in our financial goals.
3. To travel the world with my husband.
Notice that all three wishes involve my husband...Well, am not embarrassed to say, he is my everything...I am through with life...education, children...all major wishes had been achieved...except the ones mentioned above.
by 20gsxr05 8 years ago
Please keep this thread as realistic as possible.I want to get an insight on what people are shopping for.I would love to have a playstation 3,another laptop,and a christmas vacation.
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