This week I will be turning 33 and it’s made me come up with a new goal. It’s an ambitious goal. Maybe too ambitious. But you never know until you try, right?
I’ve been pretty fortunate. I have been able to travel to a lot of places, and for that I am very grateful. So far, I have been to 27 countries. I have a Word document that I happily update every time I come home. And I’m not in any way trying to brag or anything, I’m just OCD like that and I like to keep track lol!
And I’ve never really necessarily had a bucket list per say. I’ve always said I want to see everything and go everywhere. Besides, for every place I go, I end up hearing or finding out about 2-3 more places I want to go. So my bucket list would be never ending.
In the last two years I have made travel a priority, but I believe that setting a goal and developing a plan will push me even more to go out and explore this world.
Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. – Tony Robbins
So in this post I am officially declaring that I want to have visited my 35th country by the time I am 35. That gives me 2 years to visit 8 countries. I’m not sure which countries exactly, just that Iceland will definitely be one of them. But I like the idea of putting this new goal out there, for everyone to see. It will push me that much harder to make it happen.
I know not everyone is a fan of “country counting” and I’m certainly not going to go somewhere just to say I’ve been. I travel to learn and grow and experience new cultures. This is just going to be my way of keeping focused and keeping myself accountable.
So what do you think? Is my goal doable, or just plain crazy talk? We’d love to read your comments below! 🙂