1.Do something you’re scared of
Jump out of a plane. Swim with the sharks. Eat dessert for breakfast or shoot your ex.
2. Cut the clutter.
Our responsibilities tend to grow as we age, so you need to cut out some things so you have more time for what makes you really happy. The toxic people you can’t stand to hang out with, time-wasting distractions, and stuff you never use all need to go.
3. Learn to cook.
Being at the mercy of take-out is expensive for your wallet (and waistline). You might be blessed with a fast metabolism now, but trust me, it won’t last. Cook for yourself and no Maggi isn’t counted. Also learn to eat outside of your comfort zone. Try that fried scorpion you see next time in Bangkok!
4. Drop the “I’m busy” farce.
Just because you’re “busy” doesn’t mean you’re accomplishing anything. Take an honest look at how you spend your day and eliminate anything beyond the essentials (and no, obsessively checking your inbox or Facebook feed isn’t essential).Stop using”im not feeling well” or “my dog is sick”
5. Volunteer for a cause.
Complaining about the world’s problems will not make them go away. Choose a cause that connects with you and be a part of the solution.
While other people are buried in their smartphones, you should bury yourself in books that will educate and inspire you. Seek enlightenment and you’ll be light-years ahead of the competition.
7. Fall in love.
Love does hurt sometimes, but so does loneliness. You’ve learned a lot about what you desire in a partner by now, so don’t be afraid to open yourself up to another person. Look at it like a roller coaster. Join tinder if that will make you happy.
8. See your favourite singer live.
I know it sounds amazing on your car stereo or vinyl record, but there is something magical about hearing your favourite song performed live and in person. So just book your Justin Bieber passes!
9. Start a garden.
Whether you want to grow tasty veggies or weed it is up to you. Unleash your inner green thumb and let it take you where it will.
10. Understand that it is entirely OK to not like what everyone else likes
Go your own way.