30 Wishes for the Next 6 Months

Today is my half birthday – in 6 months I will be 30.  I thought it would be fun to come up with a list of 30 wishes that I’d love to have come true in my life in the in-between time, so here it is.

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  • Finally control the clutter
  • Spend time outside every day
  • Read 10 books
  • Go to the beach
  • Clean up the files on my computer
  • Make more dinner plans with friends
  • Launch a program that makes my soul sing
  • See my uncle Scott (I miss him)
  • Look up at the stars and let my mind wander
  • Plan something fun for my birthday
  • Get a massage
  • Master handstand
  • Write every day
  • Light more candles
  • Make whole wheat sweet potato pierogies from scratch
  • Fill my home with more plants (and keep them alive!)
  • Start living regularly outside of my comfort zone
  • Get a letter from a friend in the mail
  • Write back
  • Take a trip to a place I’ve never been
  • Have Chloe successfully have a sleepover without us there
  • Truly feel like my house is my home
  • Disconnect from technology for at least 24 hours each week (not necessarily consecutively and not including when I’m sleeping)
  • Complete at least 2 chapters of my book about the Philadelphia Folk Festival
  • Learn how to play a song on the guitar
  • Recommit to my meditation practice
  • Get my driver’s license
  • Be a guest on a radio and/or television show
  • Watch 1 new movie a month
What wishes would you love to have come true for you in the next 6 months?
Peace, Love, and Wellness,
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4 thoughts on “30 Wishes for the Next 6 Months

  1. Jen

    Wow, what great and fun goals for the next 6 months!! I love so many of them and they are a balance of home, work, play and spirit… How wonder-full!!

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  2. Cheryl

    Just a couple of thoughts to ponder… How can you control “get a letter from a friend?” I like your goals… tho’ they should only be specific at what you can control. You can’t control whether or not someone else will fulfill your goal. This applies to having Chloe have a successful sleepover. She will develop and do that when she’s ready… not when you’re ready. Also, what does it mean to “finally control the clutter.” Again, sounds like a great goal… however, without specifics, how will you know when you’ve achieved your goal?

    I love the idea of setting goals. We all just need to remember to be specific and only set goals that we have control over completing. Good luck to you!

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    1. Xandra Post author

      Cheryl,

      Thanks for finding your way to the Womb to World Wellness page and for joining the conversation!

      There’s a difference to me between wishes and goals. The 30 wishes here aren’t about what can be controlled – they are about what my heart desires. What I can imagine that would bring me joy. What I can envision arriving in my world.

      I don’t think that we should only set goals that we have control over completing. Most things in life, including goals and wishes, take collaboration and often come to fruition in the most serendipitous of ways.

      Certainly, setting specific and attainable goals is an important way to make things happen, but to me, it all starts with dreaming big.

      Peace, Love, and Wellness,
      Xandra

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