Have you ever wondered where you would be in 5 years from now, 10 years from now – maybe even 50 years from now? I remember when I was a teenager I thought being 20+ was just unrealistic and that it would never happen.
Here I am at 23 years young, turning 24 in a few short months and I can barely believe how quickly my life has gone. Can you imagine adding 10 years on? I have been thinking about it, and I can barely believe 10 years have past from when I was 13/14. It goes so fast.
In 10 years time, I will be turning 34. It doesn’t sound like that large of a time frame.
24 to 34 sounds shorter to me than 14 to 24.
I have no idea why it feels like that, but it does. I guess you feel like you have less time as an adult. We are in January now, before we know it it’ll be Christmas and then New Years and we will be back to where we started.
In 10 years time, I hope I have finished having my children and my little family is spending their time growing, learning and becoming who they wish to be in their worlds.
I hope I have gained many skills, preferably new recipe ideas! I suck at finding new recipe ideas that I actually have the time and patience to make. It sounds simple, but sticking to what you know when it comes to cooking becomes such a go-to when you are an adult.
Ideally my husband and I are doing well financially enough to have travelled, or to be considering travelling. With children under 10, that might be unrealistic however I would love to at least take them to Queensland to play in the theme parks that I got the opportunity of going to when I was younger. I hope they are still around then, who knows with technology advancing these days maybe they have electronic theme parks you visit in virtual reality!
In 10 years, I would love to be working independently for myself. I always have dreamed of being self made, I hope I have made it in 10 years a reality. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
I just want life to be cruising along as it has been.
I couldn’t wish for anything more or less. I love my life, so much. I would be absolutely devastated if a large shift was put in place and things were different.
You can’t ask for much other than having a nice routine and you just keep adding to the pile additional savings, new fun things to do in the day like hobbies and talents that you develop as you age, and just spending time with your loved ones. A quiet life is a happy life, if you add travel and other occasional fun treasures – fantastic.
Mainly, I just hope in 10 years time everyone that is in my life currently is happy, healthy and safe as well as myself. That would be absolutely wonderful, everything else is just icing on the cake.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?