the to-do list (2016 version)

I don’t usually write down a list of things to do. The last time when I wrote a to-do list was 4 years ago and looking back, there were so much I have not experienced then! Some things seemed really important at that time (like watching multiple concerts performed by the same artist on consecutive days) but they seem quite silly when I think about them today. I wonder how I would feel when I look back at this list many years down the road? I will break it down into 3 parts, the list from 2012, the list of things that I really want to do and I have already done and the list of things that I have yet to do.


  1. HOCC marathon 
  2. Hike 
  3. Island-hopping
  4. Backpack
  5. Skydive
  6. Roller coaster
  7. Grand Slam
  8. Pick up a language
  9. learn tennis/ table tennis
  10. camping on the beach
  11. wine party
  12. bar the night away
  13. boating
  14. snorkelling
  15. traveling with SY


  1. Lavender field in Provence
  2. Oktoberfest
  3. Publish my work
  4. Love and be loved
  5. Driving license
  6. Sailing license
  7. Stood on top of Kjeragbolten
  8. Played with salt on the salt flats
  9. Trekked through Sapa terraces
  10. Temple run in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar)
  11. Trekked the Great Wall
  12. Road-tripped in Scandinavia
  13. Cliff-jumped
  14. German Christmas Markets
  15. Picnic in the park
  16. Wine by the river
  17. Solo-tripped
  18. Trekked 5 villages of Cinque Terre
  19. Climbed ancient volcano (Indonesia)
  20. Night-cycling (Myanmar)
  21. Cross-country skiing
  22. Rode a snowmobile
  23. Saw northern lights
  24. Champagne under the stars


  1. Diving
  2. Join a regular book club
  3. Do regular volunteering
  4. Learn Java programming
  5. Participate in an organized run
  6. Dance under the moonlight
  7. Gardening
  8. Artjamming
  9. Climb an active volcano
  10. Walk Machu Picchu
  11. Go caving
  12. Kayak in crystal-clear waters
  13. Visit an african safari
  14. Learn 3D printing
  15. See fireflies
  16. See sea crab migration

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