“London is a riddle. Paris is an explanation.”
― G.K. Chesterton
Any good holiday will impart a little bit of wisdom and our half week in Paris provided plenty of teaching moments to leaven the hedonistic pleasure of good food and good company. I got to reflect a bit about the last year, what we’ve been able to do, and what we’d like to do more of in the near future. It’s been a big year–in some ways a rough one, but a good one overall. It got me thinking of what I’ve managed to do and what I want to do more of in the foreseeable future. More on this later as my thoughts coalesce into something more cohesive.
In the meantime, here’s a zero pressure bucket list I came up with for the summer, based on some of my swirling ideas
Travel more–we’re thinking Greece as a couple and I hope to have a bit of a jaunt with a friend if she’s able to make it across the pond.
Buy new glasses.
Get another piece of furniture for the house. And plants that I won’t easily kill.
Read a new heap of novels, both trashy and classy.
Finally get that call with my bank scheduled to kick off the proper investment and savings plan we’ve been talking about for months.
Do another month long blog project.
Lose some weight. I’m typically wary of goals like this, but I’ve decided to just acknowledge that I’m going to work hard on some health and fitness goals explicitly.
Catch up with some long lost pals.
Knock out my audiobook goal.
Leave the office at a sensible hour most days.
Go to more movies.
Throw some kind of party or get together.
Do any of you have a summer bucket list? If so, what’s on it?