Graduation Bucket List

  1. Read a book in one sitting
  2. Where do you want to be in 20 years? Write it down to the tiniest details. (It’s also a great manifestation technique that will help you visualise and then achieve your goals)
  3. Write what your perfect day looks like, and then live it.
  4. Go to a party alone and make friends
  5. Intrude into a group of people and start talking to them. This may backfire initially, but after a few times, it will give you the confidence you need.
  6. Host a party and invite absolute strangers. (Prepare games so that it's not dull)
  7. Play pranks on people
  8. Complete your research paper/dissertation diligently. (Romanticise your inner academician and write the most mind-blowing paper ever.)
  9. Sit in a cafe and pretend to work, but also observe others.
  10. Learn to cook one dish and perfect it.
  11. Identify what drinks and cocktails you like and can handle.
  12. Shift from fiction to non-fiction books if you have not already
  13. Work on an internship or a part-time job while studying.
  14. Sleep for as long as you can.
  15. Go on a solo trip.
  16. Have a sleepover.
  17. Learn to be independent of peer pressure, social expectations and FOMO
  18. Develop a mechanism to make healthy decisions, and then trash that mechanism and make impulsive ones
  19. Give genuine compliments to strangers.
  20. Find a way to document everything you experience: be it through photography, videography, writing, sketching or anything else.

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