You are here

My second year bucket list: revisited

3 JUNE 2019 - SARAH - STUDENT LIFE

Recent Articles

todo

Back in August, I wrote a blog about things I wanted to do during my second year; my second year bucket list. This year definitely went faster than expected, with a lot of unexpected things that happened so lets have a look at what I managed to do.

Try a new sport

This year, I got involved with the Student Union’s social sports. I did Pilates, Boxfit, HIIT, and 20-20-20. Boxfit was by far my favourite, and I really hope they keep it going next year. At only £1 a session, it was much cheaper than a gym membership.

Get involved in a charity fundraiser

I didn’t quite manage to do this, but I’m planning to get involved in the Mind Hike: Dawn to Dusk. It’s a charity walk in Scotland for 12 hours and it looks like it will be so much fun, as well as challenging.

Master a new recipe

I tried all sorts of healthy eating options this year, and my favourite one was a Burrito Bowl. I loved it because you can customise it to however you want by adding, changing or taking away things. Give it a go with this recipe if you fancy a try.

Take a spontaneous trip

When I wrote this, I was thinking of somewhere abroad, but over the year, I realised that there was no way I could afford a trip like that. I did, however, take a last minute trip to London with a friend when we wanted a break from our assignments. It was great; we explored the lesser known areas of London and enjoyed being around Soho and Stratford (especially drinking bubble tea).

Ace an assignment by not doing it the night before

I don’t know how well I’ve done in my assignments this semester yet, but I certainly didn’t leave them to the night before. Hopefully I can continue that into next year, especially with my dissertation.

 

Photo by Cathryn Lavery on Unsplash

Add new comment

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Shortcodes usage

  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.

Please note that comments will not be editable once submitted and comments will display the name entered.

Please click here to view our Blog Comments Terms and Conditions.